Fellowship Programme for People of African Descent (via Sir Nigel’s Journey…)

I don’t subscribe to many blogs (let’s face it, we’re all busy people!) But, Sir Nigel’s is one I really enjoy. This one came across my desk this morning and I thought it was worth sharing with you.

You probably know by now that I am a big supporter of education in whatever form it comes. I also think that working “a la Africaine” to support each other through networking is one of the things that we do best. So, to all of my readers who might benefit by this opportunity, or those they might know who could benefit… be sure to stop by and thank Nigel for the information too. He’s a neat guy and he’s working hard to improve the lives of some of his Zimbabwean countrymen (and women).

If you missed Nigel at Mama’s Round Table last year; you should take the time to read it!

Keep up the good work Nige! We’ll be looking forward to your next interview where you catch us up on your successful endeavors in a country dear to our hearts.


 Deadline: 15 June 2011 In the context of the International Year for People of African Descent, the Anti-Discrimination Section of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights is launching a Fellowship Programme for People of African Descent from 10 October to 4 November 2011. The Fellowship Programme will provide participants with the opportunity to deepen their understanding of the United Nations Human Rights system and it … Read More

via Sir Nigel’s Journey…


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