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Fact Sheet on Schools Rehabilitation in Beirut, October 8, 2020
Heads of State & Government at extraordinary UNESCO meeting recommit to education and its financing during
Director-General calls for murderers of journalist Elias Mia in Bangladesh to be brought to trial
Baroness Sugg speech on girls’ education at UNESCO’s Global Education Meeting
University of Michigan story lab to amplify Detroit River narratives
Reporters Without Borders/RSF: Developing a Justice for Journalists Task Force
Indian Ocean kicks off biennial tsunami simulation amid COVID-19 disruptions
Respond to cartoonists’ growing fear of criminalisation
Artist expedition captures recovering Blue Mountains swamplands
UNESCO hosts Global Education Meeting to set priorities for learning recovery and protect financing
Austrade regional market update on impact of COVID-19 21 October
Ocean Observing System Report Card 2020
Real Price of art: International UNESCO campaign reveals hidden face of art trafficking
Milestone Moment: Mastercard’s Girls4Tech Reaches 1 Million Girls in 30 Countries
UNESCO Green Citizens showcases grassroot projects at service of biodiversity and sustainable development
Transcultura launches first Cultural Heritage and Cultural and Creative Industries Training Advisory Board
A Tenacious Teacher from Mountains of Pakistan
Youth, technology and spirit of Mosul
Why world must urgently strengthen learning and protect finance for education
Steering AI and Advanced ICTs for Knowledge Societies
International solidarity from Canada to support networks of media lawyers in Global South
Turkey Launches OER-based ICT Teacher Competency Course Development
From assisting refugees to legal defense of journalists in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Towards a legal cell helping journalists defending cases in Pakistani courts
Pro-bono assistance and strategic litigations for a conducive legal environment for journalism in Nigeria
Bendigo region wins national recognition in delicious. magazine
Cuba invites to participate in International Congress Pedagogy 2021, to be held, for first time
CEO of major Canadian ocean research institute to co-lead Steering Committee of Global Ocean Observing System at
Foundation Day 2020 marked by tribute to our University community
School girls in Tanzania use their voices for a better and equal future
Mohammad Reza Shajarian, legend of Iranian music passed away on 8 October 2020
World Press Freedom Day is coming home: Namibia to host WPFD 2021 Conference
Côte d’Ivoire: Training of Security Forces on Freedom of Expression, Freedom of Press
International Day for Disaster Reduction
UNESCO Director-General to highlight importance of schools and girls’ education during visits to Brazzaville
Sri Lanka and Kenya laureates to receive 2020 UNESCO Prize for Girls’ and Women’s Education
IFP Energies nouvelles and UNESCO join forces in field of geoscience for sustainable resource management within
Milestone Moment: Girls4Tech Reaches 1 Million Girls in 30 Countries
UNESCO report illustrates leap forward in girls’ education over past
Director-General urges investigation into murder of journalist Luis Alonzo Almendares in Honduras
Ressa, Aristegui, Attalah and Caruana Galizia among confirmed speakers at World Press Freedom Conference
Protecting and managing biodiversity in high seas: What role for UNESCO?
Strengthening Science, Technology and Innovation Systems for Sustainable Development in Africa
Former CU Boulder postdoc Doudna smashes glass ceiling with historic Nobel win
UC Berkeley’s Jennifer Doudna wins 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier win 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
UNESCO and UNDP launch consultation on impact of disinformation
How UvA is working to burst filter bubbles