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 Damakant Jayshi takes over as Executive Director, Panos South Asia
The Panos South Asia Board are pleased to announce the successful passing on of the baton of PSA from A.S. Paneerselvan, who has ably directed the organization for ten years, to Damakant Jayshi who has been heading PSA’s Nepal office for the past two years. With a distinguished career in print and online media, Jayshi, who has been with the Inter Press Service in Nepal, one of the Founding Editors of Republica, Nepal’s leading English daily and a 2007 Nieman Fellow at Harvard, is an able person to lead Panos South Asia into the future.

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CMS VATAVARAN and Panos South Asia (PSA) proudly announce the winners of the PSA CMS Media Excellence Awards 2013
PSA-CMS Young Journalist Awards
1. Mr. Chandan Haygunde,Indian Express, Pune, India
2. Ms. Juhi.Chaudhary,CNN-IBN, New Delhi, India
SACCA Media Excellence Awards
1.Ms. Subhra Priyadarshini, Editor,Nature-India, New Delhi, India
2.Mr. Amantha Perera,Freelance Journalist, Colombo, Sri Lanka ...More>>
 
Panos South Asia's research on Globalisation and Labour in the subcontinent
Panos South Asia's project on Globalisation and Labour involved extensive research by eminent academicians into specific issues that impinge on the livelihoods of people in the subcontinent due to globalisation. The focus countries of the research were India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal.The research and its analytical findings have been compiled into PSA's latest book, " Globalisation and Labour in South Asia.
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Panos South Asia at the 11th CoP on Biodiversity.
Panos South Asia in association with the Forum of Environmental Journalists in India and the National Biodiversity Authority organised an interactive event at the Conference of Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity on 9th October, 2012 in Hyderabad. The theme was “Valuing Biodiversity: an interactive dialogue with the media.Dr. Balakrishna Pisupati, Chairman, NBA, Dr. William Dar, Director General ICRISAT and S. Faizi, Board Member, CBD Alliance spoke on various aspects of biodiversity and the need for media to understand and report on these issues. ...More>>
 
Panos South Asia’s book on Dalit Women’s Health and Human rights published in Hindi
The exclusive focus of the book is on Dalit women, the most affected and doubly oppressed by both caste and patriarchy. It brings together the best outputs of the Panos South Asia fellowships on Dalit women’s health and human rights, perspectives from eminent writers on Dalit issues and the work of leading academics who have been engaging with the subject The book has been edited and introduced by Dr. Imrana Qadeer and published by Penguin Books India. ...More>>
 
Panos-CMS Young Environment Journalists Awards 2011 presented
Panos South Asia in association with CMS has announced the Panos- CMS Young Environment journalists Awards for the year 2011.Soma Basu of The Statesman, Kolkata is the winner in the print category and Manu C Kumar of Manorama News, Mumbai is the winner in the Electronic Media category. The awards which includes a citation and a cash prize of Rs. 50,000 each were presented to the winners at the inaugural ceremony of the CMS-Vatavaran Environment and Wildlife film festival,on December 6th at New Delhi.The awards are presented for excellence in environmental journalism  to individuals who have done "exemplary investigative and inspired reporting on environment issues in the country" ...More>>
 
Panos South Asia hosts its ninth Media Gatekeepers’ retreat at Chateau Jemeppe, Belgium
PSA’s 2010 Media Gatekeepers’ retreat which brought together Editors from India, Pakistan and Afghanistan deliberated on the topic  ‘No progress beyond ‘Lakshman Rekha ‘  in Kashmir. The discussants included  Bharat Bhushan, Anant Nath,Siddharth Varadarajan,  Surya Gangadharan and Om Thanvi from India; Shahir Zahine, Dr Hussain Yasa and Danish Karokhel from Afghanistan; Azhar Abbas, Zahid Hussain and Khalid Hameed Farooqi from Pakistan. The event which took place on October 2nd and 3rd was moderated by Kanak Mani Dixit, Editor, Himal Southasian ...More>>
 
Panos South Asia collates a book of Oral testimonies of Positive People
The Oral testimony tool uses the power of storytelling to bring neglected subjects to the fore and give a platform for voices and perspectives which are often rendered voiceless in the public sphere. These testimonies will also facilitate development of a training kit to aid prograame implementers to work towards inclusive HIV/AIDS policies ...More>>
 

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