Month: April 2010

World Press Freedom Day 2010: A minute’s silence for murdered journalists

UNESCO New Zealand is behind the call for newsrooms around the world to observe a minute’s silence to remember journalists murdered doing their job. Chairman of the New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO, Bryan Gould said the initiative had been made by the New Zealand delegation at UNESCO’s General Conference in Paris in October last year.  … Read more »

Samoan Language Week 2010

  “O le Tātou gagana Sāmoa I Niu Sila” “Our Samoan language in NZ” Sunday 30 May – Saturday 5 June 2010 Visit our Facebook Page Samoan Language Week was first promoted by Radio Niu FM as part of a series of Pacific language weeks leading up to Māori Language Week. Since 2007 it has… Read more »

Second chance education grants for New Zealand women

The New Horizons for Women Trust is calling for applications for a number of study grants available to New Zealand women for second chance education. Download Second Chance for Women Application Form Download SROW Elsie Locke Award Application Form Download New Horizons Womens Trust Research Award Application Form Download Sonja Davies Peace Award Application Form