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Dawood Public School celebrates ‘Pakistan Day’ with patriotic spirit

Dawood Public School, Karachi (DPS) is a leading educational institution of the country, with an impeccable reputation, earned over more than 35 years. The school celebrated the Pakistan-Day 2017 with great patriotic fervor, as it inspires the students to adhere to the social traditions and high moral values of the society. 310 more words

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Training offers new beginnings for new migrants

Moving to a new country offers many opportunities for a fresh start, but like any new adventure, it can take some time to find your feet. 663 more words

Don't Let Money Stop You: Scholarships available for Program in New England Studies

Thanks for several generous donors, Historic New England is providing scholarships for its outstanding Program in New England Studies (PINES). The scholarships are available to mid-career museum professionals and graduate students in the fields of architecture, decorative arts, material culture, preservation or public history. 377 more words


Indigenous Diversity Forum - 05 May 2017 08:00-17:00 Location: Soundings Theatre – Te Papa.  

Indigenous Diversity Forum – 05 May 2017 08:00-17:00 Location: Soundings Theatre – Te Papa.

Diversity and the shaping of culture.

It’s Oranui’s belief that increasing population diversity in New Zealand is disrupting biculturalism and the partnership between Māori and Pākehā articulated in the Treaty of Waitangi. 216 more words

Cultural Diversity

Cultural Shock - expect the unexpected or WELCOME TO ENGLAND!

10 years ago…

A Russian girl slightly overweight, definitely over weight in Russian terms traveled  3,000 miles or 4,826km  to start her new exciting grown up life in mysterious England, foreign country she never visited before but already heard a lot of glamorous stories, definitely a country of choice for many Russian parents sending their kids abroad, and of course some childish and magical notion about it through stories by J K Rowling – HARRY POTTER, probably the first book she read in full when she was 11. 389 more words


America: A Nation Built On Hypocrisy

It’s not just because I am a First Generation Dominican Immigrant , or because I don’t fit the European image of what society has deemed American, but hearing people say… 814 more words


Universities and Diversity

Since coming to university, I have noticed that most of the events, programs or speakers that come here are here to promote the “diversity” agenda. Don’t get me wrong, diversity is great! 546 more words