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UNESCO architectural design winners to rebuild iconic Al-Nouri Mosque complex
UNESCO announces winning architectural design of competition to rebuild Al-Nouri Mosque complex in Mosul
Consultation with Indigenous Peoples on UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science
Museums must not be overlooked in pandemic recovery, UNESCO chief warns
Benefits of continuing to provide life-saving HIV services outweigh risk of COVID-19 transmission by 100 to 1
UNESCO/Netexplo Forum 2021 to showcase innovation and urban connectivity
Supporting museums: UNESCO report points to options for future
Director-General condemns killing of journalist Giorgos Karaivaz in Greece
Education and poverty alleviation in Thailand
UNESCO seeks nominations for Juan Bosch Prize 2021
UNESCO and VIVA Tech launch a call for AI-based solutions that benefit people and planet
UNESCO mobilizes higher voluntary funding during Covid-19 crisis
International Day of Reflection on 1994 Genocide against Tutsi in Rwanda
UNESCO launches 2021 survey on public access to information
Statement by Winnie Byanyima, Executive Director of UNAIDS, on occasion of World Health Day
Statement by ICC Prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, at conclusion of her visit to Mali
From Hate Speech to Genocide, Lessons from 1994 Genocide against Tutsi in Rwanda
Laneway in city’s west end named after rock music royalty
Large cruise ships banned from entering Venice Lagoon
UNESCO Director-General visits Egypt to celebrate its ancient heritage and support its safeguarding
UNESCO Director-General and President of Slovenia inaugurate first research centre on artificial intelligence
Innovative projects from China and Finland to receive UNESCO King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa Prize for enhancing learning through
UNESCO Director-General to visit Egypt to celebrate country’s millennial heritage and support its conservation
Director-General calls for investigation into death in detention of writer and blogger Mushtaq Ahmed in Bangladesh
UNESCO and WFP unite for school health and nutrition to help children bounce back after school closures
£400 million to help more than 2,700 arts, culture, heritage organisations and independent cinemas survive and thrive
UN Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice commits to end impunity for crimes against journalists
Climate change top challenge over next decade, UNESCO global survey finds
UNESCO “World in 2030” Survey Report highlights youth concerns over climate change and biodiversity loss
Mali and UNESCO receive symbolic reparation on behalf of international community for destruction of Timbuktu’s mausoleums
One year into COVID, UNESCO convenes global meeting of education ministers to ensure learning continuity
UNESCO and Quebec Artificial Intelligence Institute team up to launch a call for proposals to highlight blind spots
Quebec Artificial Intelligence Institute team up to Launch a Call for Proposals to highlight blind spots
Director-General calls for investigation into killing of journalist Hazım Özsu
Mali and UNESCO to receive a “symbolic euro” in token reparation for heritage of Timbuktu
Connectivity, gender and teachers: How Global Education Coalition is supporting COVID-19 learning recovery
New Bendigo and Region Gastronomy Guide launches
Transcultura Programme launches a unique opportunity for Caribbean musicians and music professionals
Director-General condemns killing of journalist Ajay Lalwani in Pakistan
Global Skills Academy’s first meeting highlights impact and plans next steps
UNESCO & Columbia University collaborate on case law on freedom of expression in context of COVID-19
100 million more children fail basic reading skills because of COVID-19
Republic of Korea and UNESCO hold strategic dialogue on shared priorities
On 50th anniversary of Man and Biosphere Programme, UNESCO and UN call for a new relationship with nature
Director Bernie O’Sullivan to depart City for Macedon Ranges Shire CEO role
UNESCO and Christian Dior Couture celebrate young female talents engaged for gender equality
100 million more children under minimum reading proficiency level due to COVID-19 – UNESCO convenes world education ministers
AI for Planet: Highlighting AI innovations for sustainable mobility and smart cities