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UNESCO and Jamaica launch partnership for developing Science
Komodo National Park is home to some of world’s largest manta ray aggregations
Urine, bacteria, and calcium: green and simple recipe for biocement
Russian attack on Ukraine’s civilian infrastructure and cultural property UK statement to OSCE
Step up action on drought
Remote Sensing Facilitates Sustainability of Bagan Heritage Site, Myanmar
UN officials call for probe into killing of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh
Sunshine Coast’s quest to become UNESCO biosphere nears finish line
Tropical scientists deliver ‘World-first’ in Scotland
Australia 2022 Election Questionnaire
Rotuman’s strongly support their language revival in Aotearoa
UNAIDS warmly welcomes confirmation of John Nkengasong to lead United States global efforts to end AIDS
UNESCO Transcultura launches call to bring young Caribbean hip-hop artists to Europe
New 225-million-year-old reptile from Brazil
Young people urge international community to transform education at ECOSOC Youth Forum
ABC and eSafety Commissioner release online safety guidelines for journalists
Limits to Growth: 50 years later
IMF Concludes 2022 Article IV Consultation with Malaysia
Tech needs girls, and girls need tech
Belarus journalists win World Press Freedom Prize
Girls’ performance in maths ‘starting to add up to boys’, says UNESCO
Submission to Committee on Rights of Child Review of Chile
1st Senior Officials Meeting G20 Culture, Minister of Education, Culture, Research
5 ways we’re working to repair damage to our planet
ESCWA and partners call for social protection reform in Arab region
Lord Mayor and Chief Executive have their eye on future of Adelaide
New Houthi commitment ‘encouraging step’ to protecting children
International Day for Monuments and Sites spotlights climate change
Coral reefs’ very survival is at stake, warns UNESCO in bid to boost resilience
General Assembly President at Palau conference, outlines key ocean health measures
New city music toy library hits right note
UNAIDS warns that war in Ukraine risks humanitarian catastrophe for people living with and affected by HIV
Ministers appoint new Trustees to Kew board 12 April
Supporting our students to succeed
Reef water quality report card shows welcome progress but time running out to meet targets
New Creative Gastronomy Residency program invites applicants
‘Decisive steps’ needed to keep boys in school – UNESCO report
28 years after 1994 genocide against Tutsi in Rwanda, ‘stain of shame endures’
UNAIDS strengthens partnership with Germany and opens new office in Bonn
Hundreds more reach safety after fleeing besieged Mariupol
Mungo Man and Lady to finally rest in peace
Global recommendations released to reduce sedentary time at school
Scenic Rim unveils major adventure tourism program to target booming demand
Enabling North Devon to become UK’s first World Surfing Reserve
Reforming World Heritage to mitigate challenge of climate change
Unesco World Heritage Site Opens As Cultural Destination
Know Your Country campaign welcomes new Labor First Nations Educator policy announcement
Australian First Nations educators to teach their languages in positive step forward