UK leads international support for Rohingya crisis at landmark conference
23 Oct 2017 The UK has led the way in providing support for the Rohingya crisis – the world’s fastest growing humanitarian catastrophe – by committing a further £12 million. The UK has increased its own support for innocent families who have been forced to flee relentless violence in Burma..
Certificate-giving ceremony held at British Council
Oxford International Education Group in collaboration with the British Council today organised a certificate-giving ceremony for the students of Oxford International School and DPS STS School, who participated in the two-week ‘Summer School and Leadership Programme’ in the UK recently. A total of 29 students and four staffs from both..
‘Choose kindness,’ Melania Trump tells schoolkids
Donald Trump’s detractors may label him one of the world’s most powerful bullies, but that did not discourage America’s first lady from championing the fight against bullying at a Detroit area school on Monday. Melania Trump has publicly embraced the anti-bullying cause at the risk of drawing unfavorable parallels with..
Takeda donates $1million to Asian University for Women
This award aims at enabling AUW to build upon its strengths to improve public health in developing and emerging countries | Photo taken from AUW official Facebook page An endowed chair is the highest academic award that AUW can bestow upon a faculty member Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited and Asian University..
King Abdullah Foundation supports education of over 76,000 Rohingya children
RIYADH — The King Abdullah Foundation has launched an initiative to support the education of more than 76,000 Rohingya refugee children, in cooperation with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the Islamic Development Bank Group (IDB). This initiative will support much needed education of Rohingya refugees who fled their..
NGOs plays vital role to flourish education in BD : Assam Tribune
DHAKA, Oct 23 – Non-government organisations (NGOs), together with the international donor agencies, have been playing a vital role in the development of Bangladesh. The officials here maintain that NGOs are the development partners of the government. On the other hand, the NGOs maintain that the government is actively participating..
Jewish victims of Holocaust would know the Rohingya misery : Dr Zarni
Drafting the Oslo Communique calling for the end to Myanmar’s Rohingya Genocide, Voksanaasen, Oslo, 27 May 2015 “Hello, my name is Zarni,” he began, “and I am a human rights campaigner from Burma. I am making this personal appeal to European citizens. You have made the pledge ‘never again’..
Stephen Hawking’s PhD thesis goes online for first time
Stephen Hawking’s PhD thesis, ‘Properties of expanding universes’, has been made freely available to anyone, anywhere in the world after being made accessible via the University of Cambridge’s Open Access repository, Apollo. Reports https://phys.org The 1966 doctoral thesis by the world’s most recognisable scientist is the most requested item in Apollo with..
President of King Abdulaziz University Receives Ambassador Moshi
18 October 2017 Dr. Abdurrahman bin Obaid Al-Youbi, President of King Abdulaziz University (KAU), received here today Bangladeshi ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Golam Moshi. During the meeting, they discussed ways of enhancing cooperation in the fields of education between KAU and the Bangladeshi universities. ..
Terrorism and Militancy Prevention Meeting held at BUBT
A general meeting on Terrorism and Militancy held at Bangladesh University of Business and Technology (BUBT). The meeting is held on Monday in the Hall Room of its campus and organized by Terrorism and Militancy Prevention Cell of the university. Prof. Md. Abu Saleh, the Vice Chancellor of BUBT said..
Mat Tinkler warned for future Rohingya education
Save the Children’s Director of Policy & International Programs Mat Tinkler who recently has returned from Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh said that it’s critical to ensure children are provided with education so another generation of Rohingya are not robbed of their potential to learn, develop and live dignified lives.” A..
Turkey will build a school in Kutupalong
By MUHD IZAWAN BAHARIN – October 23, 2017 @ 10:25am ISTANBUL: Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi described his official visit to Turkey for a meeting of the eight-member Organisation for Economic Cooperation (D-8) as a success. He said this was especially so for the strengthening of ties between Malaysia..
Oxford Students To Alumna Aung San Suu Kyi: Rohingya Inaction Is ‘Inexcusable’
Myanmar’s civilian leader is under increasing scrutiny for her failure to address the humanitarian crisis. 21 October 2017, Students at St. Hugh’s College in Oxford have joined an international chorus of critics in condemning their alumna Aung San Suu Kyi, now the de facto leader of Myanmar, for her response..
8-day Book Fair begins in Rajshahi
An eight-day long ‘Rajshahi Book Fair- 2017’ began here today aimed at encouraging and habituating people to read book. Jatiya Grantha Kendra under the ministry of cultural affairs arranged the fair on Rajshahi College premises with assistance of district administration and Bangladesh Knowledge and Creative Publishers Samity. More than 65..
21 US Senators calls for tangible actions against Myanmar’s military
In a letter to Nikki Haley, the US Ambassador to the United Nations, the Senators called on Myanmar government to immediately end its ethnic cleansing campaign against the Rohingya. PTI, Washington, October 21, 2017 A bipartisan group of 21 American Senators have called for sanctions against Myanmar and suspension of..
English classes to be conducted in English
Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education has asked the authorities of school and college to ensure that the English classes were conducted in English. In the wake of reported allegations of conducting English classes in Bangla at most of the colleges in the country, DSHE director general SM Wahiduzzaman issued..
Two-thirds of Afghan girls missing out on school: HRW
Two-thirds of Afghan girls do not attend school due to growing insecurity and poverty, Human Rights Watch said Tuesday, underlining the challenges of educating women in the patriarchal country 16 years after the Taliban were ousted. While millions more girls are receiving an education than during the Taliban’s repressive 1996-2001..
Women should be enriched with technical education
Speakers at a meeting here on Sunday called upon the women to come forward to participate in technical and vocational education without any hesitation for taking the country forward. They said technical, vocational education and training among the women is very important for achieving the national development. The speakers made..
Panchagarh human chain protests Sonia’s rape
People from all walks of life today staged a demonstration in Tetulia upazila of Panchagarh demanding capital punishment of two youths for allegedly raping a schoolgirl and provoking her to commit suicide. They joined a human chain organised by Kazi Shahabuddin Girls’ High School and College at Tetulia Bazar demanding..