Greenwich varsity, ILO sign agreement to produce documentaries

Karachi: The students of Greenwich University will produce documentaries on child labour for International Labour Organization, ILO.

The documentaries will be produced under an agreement signed between Greenwich University and ILO. For the execution of the project, an orientation by the ILO officials was held for the students on Thursday, at the Campus of the University.

During the orientation, Sujeewa Fonseka, Chief Technical Advisor, ILO, Islamabad, and Zaheer Arif, Programme Officer Media, ILO, Islamabad briefed the students about the salient features of the project.

They said that under the agreement, ‘Combating Abusive child labour 11-project’, students will produce documentaries which will be completed in two months.

The ILO officials formed three groups of students. These three groups of students will make three different documentaries on diversified topic on child labour.

The Project is financed by the European Union, it is supported by Government of Pakistan and it will be executed by ILO.

The ILO officials were presented shields on behalf of the Vice Chancellor, Ms Seema Moghul.

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