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International Day of Education: Meet Angel and Fatma from Tanzania
UNESCO calls for proposals for 2021 Silk Roads Youth Research Grant
UNESCO Director-General urges investigation into killing of journalist SV Pradeep in India
Gaps in education systems will be exacerbated if education is not prioritized within pandemic response plans
UNESCO, UN and International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day to counter denial and distortion
How observing Earth from space protects our planet
Two leading women journalists to join 2021 Jury of UNESCO/Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize
New work for Budj Bim sites
UNESCO and Zanzibar to cooperate in rehabilitation of Stone Town of Zanzibar World Heritage property
Scientists discover secret of Galápagos’ rich ecosystem
Director-General condemns killing of television reporter Adeeb al-Janani during attack at Aden Airport
Winning projects announced for ‘Mitigation of impact of COVID-19 pandemic on island and coastal biosphere reserves’ call
UNAIDS calls for LGBT community in Uganda to be treated with respect and dignity at all times
UNESCO condemns new deadly attack on Virunga National Park
Important Budj Bim Works Begin Across Five Sites
Oldest Hominins of Olduvai Gorge Persisted Across Changing Environments
Study reveals Ningaloo Coast an economic hub for WA
Low risk of severe COVID-19 in children
Call for proposals: Arabic version of UNESCO World Atlas of Languages
Bias, racism and lies: facing up to unwanted consequences of AI
Fighting fires on cultural land in partnership with traditional owners
Virus that shut down world: Education in crisis
UNAIDS Board concludes with key decisions taken related to colliding epidemics of HIV and COVID-19
Press freedom more important than ever, as UN condemns killing of 59 media workers
UNESCO highlights fragility of press freedom in face of COVID-19 in 2020
Putting science at service of water security and adaptation to climate change in Megacities
Communities of Hadejia-Nguru-Bade Biosphere Reserve select green economy initiatives for sustainable development
COVID-19 hits culture sector even harder than expected, warns UNESCO
Culture in crisis: Arts fighting to survive COVID-19 impact
Public Art Sculptural Commission – All Abilities Sculputure
World Climate Research Programme moves towards a new future
La Coalition mondiale pour l’éducation de l’UNESCO lance une plateforme d’apprentissage pour l’Afrique francophone
Launch of Regional Survey of Languages in Arab region
HKU Rural Sustainability Programme wins inaugural Special Recognition for Sustainable Development
Official Launch of Youth As Researchers: exploring impact of COVID-19
Migrants in Asia and Pacific at higher risk of COVID-19 and its socioeconomic fallout
UNESCO assembles peoples around transnational traditions like couscous
UNESCO’s Inscription of Couscous Traditions, an Example of International Cultural Cooperation
From COVID-19 learning disruption to recovery: A snapshot of UNESCO’s work in education in 2020
R and D partnership to bolster urban sustainability
FAO launches UN’s International Year of Fruits and Vegetables 2021
UNESCO’s Global Survey on Online Violence against Women Journalists
New UNESCO Report voices concern over inadequacy of funding for ocean research
Director-General condemns killing of journalist Anwar Jan in Pakistan
Making of an ocean commission: A celebration of IOC’s 60th anniversary
Little Cornwall heritage is ‘gold’
Ending Discrimination in Education: a key instrument to protect right to education
New checklist supports schools to reopen and prepare for COVID-19 resurgences