Saturday, 27 June 2009

[creative-radio] MENA International: Call for Applications: Women Making Airwaves for Peace

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Subject: Call for Applications: Women Making Airwaves for Peace
From: "Bianca Miglioretto" <>
Date: Sat, June 27, 2009 05:50
"Jun Verzola" <>
"Anita Gurumurthy" <>

Sorry for cross posting.

Dear community radio broadcasters

Isis International in partnership with AMARC Asia Pacific Women's
International Network are inviting to the seminar
"Women Making Airwavesof Peace"
on 3 - 7 October in Bangalore, India.

Please see the URLa below for the call for applications and the
application form.

May we kindly request you to disseminate this call among your network
and other potential participants who might be interested.

You also find the call of application and the application form on the
Isis International website under Women Making Airwaves for Peace.

With best regards
Bianca Miglioretto
Community Radio Officer
Isis International

Who can participate

Women Community Radio Broadcasters from Asia Pacific, preferably with
experience in situations of armed conflict and natural disasters (not a

What is the required language skills

The seminar is conducted in English. Non-English speaking women are
encouraged to apply.. Isis International will select another participant
who can both converse in the same non-English language as well as in
English. English-speaking participants are required to translate for their

Who can apply for scholarship

Scholarships are limited to participants from South East Asia and the
Pacific subregions. Participants from the rest of Asia Pacific are welcome
to attend. However, they would cover their own travel expenses, while we
can grant subsidies for board and lodging.


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