NAHJ

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NAHJNational Association of Hispanic Journalists
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Galvanic is partnered in the GCC with Nahj Al Saudia (Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia).
'Nahj Dubai' is a digital training programme designed specifically for hotel, airline, airport and shopping centre staff who have direct contact with Dubai visitors and are required to provide accurate and relevant information about the city.
"When looking at how we would achieve the goals within our initiative, bringing in the Latino Public Radio Consortium made sense in many ways," commented Brandon Benavides, NAHJ President.
The United-NAHJ 2016 partnership includes Platinum-level sponsorship of NAHJ's first-ever joint convention with the National Association of Black Journalists, Aug.
Producer for CNN en Espanol and President of NAHJ Washington Chapter.
An army unit killed a number of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists in Nahj village to the west of al-Yadoudeh town in the northwestern countryside of the province.
Translated nahj, translator abdul samad ayati, vol 2, tehran, islamic culture publishing.
84], who said in a qasida entitled, Nahj al-Dimatha: "wa a'dala dhu-l-tasbi'i mubhama qasdihi // fa-zalla bihi al-jammu al-ghafiru fa-jahila" i.e.
24 that it has renewed its partnership with the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) and will be the official airline of the organization's special events throughout 2014.
Several prestigious press organizations--the Inter American Press Association (IAPA), Reporters Without Borders (RSF), the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), Periodistas de a Pie, Arhculo 19, and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ)--were among those calling for authorities to look into the actions of the Duarte administration.
In fact, there's a whole collection of his thoughts titled Nahj Al Balagha (Pinnacle of Eloquence).
(50.) In Nahj Al Balagha (The Peak of Eloquence), Ali states, "Is there not a free man who leaves this earth to slaves?