Bus Picking up Kids, Wrong Side of the Road

First of all the bus seems to be at the wrong side of the road; considering it has stopped there to pick up school-kids from the walkway. The bus driver could have checked his side and rear view mirrors for oncoming vehicle before he went for the switch to open the bus-door. Although kids forgot to look on both sides, they were subconsciously drawn towards the bus, once it stopped there and started to open the door. Had the bus-door not opened, (it was possible) the kids wouldn’t have attempted to cross the road. Not sure though:(

UN Webinar Series: Enhancing the protection of women journalists and women’s human rights

Deadline: 9 September 2020

You are hereby submitting your application for consideration to participate in the online webinar series for “enhancing the protection of women journalists and women’s human rights in the context of shrinking democratic space in Asia,” organized by OHCHR Regional Office for South-East Asia (SEARO) and UN Women Asia Pacific.


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1) CV providing evidence of track record as a journalist or media worker at the national or regional level in Asia;

2) Letter of motivation of no more than 500 words;

3) One or two published articles in traditional media or online blog or link to online post or radio transmission or podcasts, etc (in local languages or English);

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