Image from article:Two journalists from Pakistan along with 43 media persons from 42 countries of Asia-Pacific and Africa successfully completed their ten-month training programme here on Wednesday.
BEIJING, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News, app – 12th Dec, 2018 ): Two journalists from Pakistan along with 43 media persons from 42 countries of Asia-Pacific and Africa successfully completed their ten-month training programme here on Wednesday.
Abdul Wajid Khan from INP and Syed Aitzaz Hassan from Dawn were selected for this year's programme started early this year. China Asia Pacific Press Communication Centre (CAPPC) and China Africa Press Communication Center (CAPC) co-hosted the programme.
Addressing the joint closing ceremony, Vice President, China Public Diplomacy [JB emphasis] Association, Zhang Jiuhuan called upon the journalists to play the role of a bridge and make positive contributions to promoting relations between China and their respective countries. He e..
Views: 150Title: The Impact of “Operation Protective Edge” on Israel’s Sport DiplomacyAuthor(s): Yoav Dubinsky, Lars DzikusPublisher: Common Ground Research NetworksCollection: Common Ground Research NetworksSeries: Sport & SocietyJournal Title: The International Journal of Sport and SocietyKeywords: Israel, Sports, PoliticsVolume: 10Issue: 1Year: 2018ISSN: 2152-7857 (Print)ISSN: 2152-7865 (Online)DOI: https://doi.org/10.18848/2152-7857/CGP/v10i01/21-37Citation: Dubinsky, Yoav, and Lars Dzikus. 2018. “The Impact of “Operation Protective Edge” on Israel’s Sport Diplomacy.” The International Journal of Sport and Society10 (1): 21-37. doi:10.18848/2152-7857/CGP/v10i01/21-37.Extent: 17 pages Abstract “Operation Protective Edge,” the round of violence between Israel and the Hamas in Gaza during the summer of 2014, had a negative impact on almost every sphere of life in Israel, including sports. Leagues were postponed, Israeli national teams and sports clubs had to host their ..
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- 19th February 2018
The Good Country's Transnational Diplomacy
Nov 7, 2018
Simon Anholt, an independent advisor on national identity and public diplomacy known for coining the “Nation Brand,” has joined forces with Harvard University's Madeleine Hung to create The Good Country.
Born out of Anholt's Good Country Index, which measured countries' contributions to the planet, the Good Country seeks to create a transnational virtual country designed to foster international collaboration.
The following video is BBC's introduction to the Good Country proposal.
“The goal of the Good Country is to change the culture of governance worldwide,” shares co-founder Madeleine Hung. “For world leaders that means understanding that it's not enough in this moment in history to just care for your domestic population and your size of territory.” Anholt adds, “One of the great things about being a country is that we can behave as a country, we can adopt policies and we can implement them i..
gwtoday.gwu.edu, March 06, 2019
The Vermont senator was awarded the Walter Roberts Award for Congressional Leadership in Public Diplomacy [JB emphasis] during a Capitol Hill ceremony
Image from article: Janet Steele (right) presents Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) with the Walter Roberts Award for Congressional Leadership in Public Diplomacy. (Photo: Colette Kent)The George Washington University Institute for Public Diplomacy and Global Communication recently awarded U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) the Walter Roberts Award for Congressional Leadership in Public Diplomacy.The institute also announced a grant from the Walter Roberts Endowment to the Vermont Council on World Affairs to enhance international youth leadership exchanges.Mr. Leahy said he was grateful for the honor and thankful for the work GW and the Vermont Council on World Affairs were doing to promote awareness and understanding of the world. Vermonters understand their future is inextricably linked to the wider world, he sai..
Image from, with caption: Kingdom of The Netherlands in Brazil
#Internship The Dutch embassy in Brasilia is offering an internship to a Dutch student (studying at a Dutch university), to strengthen the team that is dealing with Political affairs, Public Diplomacy [JB emphasis] and Culture (PPC). Starting in August 2019 for a period of six months. Deadline for application is May 22nd, midnight (CET) at the latest. For more information, please visit https://lnkd.in/dcxrvHA