VIDEO: Man with a sick child strips over non-payment of his 3 months salary
A man who seemed to be at his wit’s end took off all his clothes to protest non-payment of salary for three months.
The man’s child is reportedly very ill and he has allegedly not been paid for three months by the company he works for.
The man went to the company and took off all his clothes while demanding he gets paid. He said they offered to give him transport money but he wants his three months salary.
Spectators can be heard saying, “Make una give this man him money nau.” as they stood by the gate with the man carrying out a protest.
Watch the video below.
Due date: 19 April 2019 (yearly)
Concentrate in: Japan
Course begins September 2019
The Japan Foundation for UNU (JFUNU) Scholarship is accessible for exceptional candidates from creating nations who can show a requirement for money related help and who are conceded admissions to the PhD Program in Sustainability Science at United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS).
Joined Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS)
Level/Field(s) of study:
PhD Program in Sustainability Science
Number of Scholarships:
Natives of creating nations recorded in the most recent OECD DAC list
The grant gives a month to month remittance of 120,000 JPY for everyday costs for a limit of three years. Travel expenses to and from Japan, visa taking care of charges, and wellbeing/mishap protection costs must be secured by the understudy. The educational cost expenses are completely deferred for the grant beneficiaries
Candidates for the PhD in Sustainability Science are required to have met ALL of the accompanying necessities by the application due date so as to be considered:
1. Solid enthusiasm for maintainability thinks about;
2. Exhibited promise to examine and comprehend worldwide issues;
3. A finished Master’s certificate in orders identified with supportability contemplates and at least 2 years of pragmatic field experience identified with UNU-IAS investigate subjects
Or then again Two finished Master’s degrees, something like one of which must be in controls identified with supportability examines;
4. A GPA of 3.5 or above on a 4.0 scale on no less than one of the Master’s degrees earned; and
5. English language capability
Qualification Requirements for the grants:
Candidates must be from creating countries* who can show a requirement for money related help.
Candidates who are as of now living in Japan under a working visa are NOT qualified for the grant.
Candidates who need to seek after a second PhD degree at UNU-IAS are not qualified for the grant.
To apply, you should total the online application structure. Application due date is 19 April 2019.
It is vital to visit the official site (interface found beneath) to get to the application structure and for nitty gritty data on the most proficient method to apply for this grant.
Official Scholarship Website: https://ias.unu.edu/en/affirmations/degrees/phd-in-maintainability science-2019.html