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June 12, 2021

PM’s Final National Broadcast, Saturday

first_imgAdvertisements RelatedPM’s Final National Broadcast, Saturday RelatedPrime Minister Golding Announces Cabinet Changes PM’s Final National Broadcast, Saturday Office of the Prime MinisterOctober 22, 2011center_img FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail KINGSTON — The Prime Minister, the Hon Bruce Golding, will deliver his final address to the nation, as Prime Minister, on Saturday, October 22 in a broadcast to be aired at 8 p.m. on all major radio and television stations. [Click here to view full script] Mr. Golding is expected to address, among other things, steps that have already been taken to ensure the smooth transition of leadership to Prime Minister Designate, the Hon Andrew Holness, on Sunday, October 23. In the course of his   full working day on Friday (October 21), Mr. Golding took the time to meet with members of the diplomatic corps, the staff of the OPM and the Cabinet, during which he expressed his appreciation for their co-operation and support throughout his four years as  Head of the Government. Mr Golding’s national broadcast will be carried on all radio and television stations and will be streamed live on the Internet at http://www.jis.gov.jm/livestream. RelatedPM’s Final National Broadcast, Saturdaylast_img read more

May 18, 2021

[email protected] Scholarships 2019 in Belgium

first_imgDeadline: 15 February 2019Open to: applicants holding a bachelor degree from a foreign university that gives them access to the master programme they are applying forBenefits: up to EUR 10,000 for 1 yearDescriptionThe Faculty of Science and its alumni association [email protected] are proud to announce the [email protected] Scholarships!Motivated and talented international students interested in participating in an international master programme of the Faculty of Science of the KU Leuven are invited to apply for a scholarship.  Due to specifically assigned scholarships, you can only apply for a limited number of Masters.For the following masters you can apply for the Scholarship:Master of Chemistry;Master of Geography;Master of Physics;Master of Statistics.Natural sciences have been taught at Leuven University, from the beginning in 1425. For centuries, these studies functioned mainly as a lead-up to studying medicine. In 1817, an independent Faculty of Science was founded.The Faculty of Science offers international top-level programmes in all disciplines of the exact sciences. Academic education leans upon knowledge-driven research and initiatives for educational innovation likewise supported by research. Alongside programmes for bachelor, masters and PhD students, the faculty offers possibilities for lifelong learning to Bachelors and Masters in Science, in the exact sciences and their societal implementations. [email protected] Scholarships give scholars the chance to be part of this amazing institute.The Faculty of Science brings content and objectivity to the public debate on current topics, with substantiated opinions and knowledge. Education, research and service to society are supported by the Departments of Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy, Chemistry, Biology, Earth and Environmental Sciences, and Computer Sciences. Together, they mean to be inspiring discussion partners for young people, for alumni and for [email protected] Scholarships are for applicants from all over the world. This is a unique chance for interested students.The Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, abbreviated KU Leuven, is a research university in the Dutch-speaking town of Leuven in Flanders, Belgium. It conducts teaching, research, and services in the sciences, engineering, humanities, medicine, law, and social sciences.EligibilityApplicants must meet and prove the following requirements:the applicants have not studied or worked at the University of Leuven before;the applicants have a bachelor degree from a foreign university that gives them access to the master programme they are applying for;the applicants have not yet acquired a master degree or a PhD;the applicants can prove excellent study results during their former training;the applicants can prove a very strong knowledge of English;the applicants show strong motivation to follow a master programme at the Faculty of Science of the KU Leuven;the applicants are willing to act as an ambassador for the programme.BenefitsThe amount of the scholarship can be up to EUR10,000  for 1 year;The Board of the [email protected] Fund will decide exactly how much a scholarship will be given;The scholarship will always cover the tuition fee for 1 year, the insurance and a basic health insurance coverage;The amount awarded for living expenses can vary;Most master programmes of the Faculty of Science are two-year programmes;The scholarship for the second master year will only be continued on the condition that the student had outstanding results the first master year.How to apply?In order to apply, please click here.For more detailed information, please visit the official webpage. Tweet The 2019 World Bank Summer Internship → ← Advocacy Officer at the Amnesty International Belgium Apply for the Ernest Solvay Fund 2021 Pocket +1 LinkedIn 0 EU RESOURCE MOBILISATION COORDINATOR Similar Stories [email protected] Scholarships 2019 in Belgium Reddit January 4, 2019 Published by Leonarda THE “DOC NOMADS” JOINT MASTER DEGREE IN DOCUMENTARY FILM DIRECTING Share 0last_img read more

April 20, 2021

An EU dilemma for Turks

first_imgThe reform program put in place by Recep Tayyip Erdogan lost its steam when Turkey received the status of a candidate state. Since then the focus of the Turkish government has shifted from reforming Turkish society and institutions to bargaining the accession conditions. Most recently the Turkish government has been nursing a serious though manageable crisis by refusing to ratify the extension of the customs union with the ten new EU member states. The Turkish government in its effort to stand firm is accusing Europeans of double standards. Although such a claim cannot be totally dismissed – the EU leadership failed to highlight that accession conditions are not negotiable and there will be no exception for Turkey – it does not suffice to exempt Turkey from its accession obligations. To become a EU member a country must first convince the European stakeholders (the people) of the mutual benefits of the marriage and then seek to strike a deal with the executive branch of the EU (the politicians). Erdogan’s campaign has solely focused on the latter. Turkey’s poor record on democracy, respect for the rule of law, protection of human rights and freedom of speech are the underlying reasons that make the European public sceptical of EU membership.Turkey is uneasy about the fact that many European states will hold national referenda to decide on its accession. In Europe, the will of the people manifested through referendums is the ultimate expression of democratic decision-making. Turkey should try to gain the trust of the French and other Europeans instead of lobbying for a preferential treatment from the European political elite.Another European core value to which Turkey must adhere is respect for the rule of European and international law. In its bid for full EU membership Turkey’s admission must be ratified by all member states. In an unprecedented defiance of international law and order, Turkey is requesting admission approval from Cyprus, an EU member state, which it refuses to recognise. Respecting and protecting human and minority group rights (women, religious and ethnic) is a fundamental value shared by all Europeans. Turkey should persuade the European people of its unconditional dedication to human rights protection – independent of the goal to secure an EU membership. The real dilemma that the Turkish political leadership is facing is the choice between historical national interests and the future prosperity of its people. Turkey’s political leadership has so far shown few genuine signs of acceptance and embracement of the core European values. As soon as it does, I am confident that my fellow Europeans will join me and support Turkey’s bid for full EU membership.Antonios DrossosFinlandlast_img read more