“Breaking through”, is the theme of the Summit, which is being held in association with the World News Media Congress and World Editors Forum, taking place in Durban from 7-9 June.
It is a component of WAN-IFRA’s sector-leading Women in News initiative, which seeks to increase women’s leadership and voices in the news.
The location is good as it is only a few minutes walk from the terminal I would recommend this service to friends and family Given poor instructions how to drop off vehicle..meet and greet as no one did this.
I had to find my way to their office and they were less than welcoming in their reception.
It operates through localised interventions that are loosely held within a transnational movement (145 towns across 23 countries).
Cittaslow UK was established in 2004: there are currently six member towns.
After a long drive, the thought of trekking to the airport via a slow transfer service is exhausting.
Why not save yourself time with Newcastle Meet & Greet?
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The research involves immersive participatory methods, working with two member towns and four projects/activities.
Value of the Award and Eligibility: The studentship will cover the cost of tuition fees for home or EU students, plus an annual maintenance award for home students (£14,140 in 2011-12).
AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award (Ph D) – Realising the potential of co-creation in the convivial politics of Cittaslow (slow cities) UK Studentship code GPS08 Supervisors: Dr Helen Jarvis (Reader in Social Geography), Ms Georgia Giannopoulou (architect and urban designer), in partnership with Cittaslow (Slow Cities) UK.
Sponsor: AHRC Duration of the award: 3 year Ph D Project description: The project will critically analyse the concept of co-creation which remains under-developed in existing academic literature.