Empujados a la Ciudad: José, el niño carretillero
Empujados a la Ciudad: José, el niño carretillero
BY: Miguel A. Pretil Ñaui. Producer(s): Asociación Cultural Integración Ayllu Wari, Peru; Taller Tokapu, Peru; UNESCO Communication and Information Sector.  ©2006 UNESCO.  All rights reserved
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Frebruary 2010
This selection of films illustrate the various ways UNESCO contributes to the re-defining of our approach to biodiversity conservation. We are familiar with biodiversity through appealing images of animal and plants. However, we are less familiar with the vital role biodiversity plays in human
Well-being and in maintaining the life support....

Juanuary 2010
Society and Human Rights
Human rights education is a powerful tool for building inclusive societies respectful of human dignity. A real knowledge of human rights by the largest possible number of women and men is essential to make human rights a reality in every community and in the society at large. This collection of documentaries contributes to the dissemination of knowledge on human rights and shall, hopefully, constitute a valuable support in the classroom.
Human Rights on UNESCO's Social sciences site

December 2009
UNESCO World Heritage Guides
These guides, written by local professionals, provide readers and visitors with clear and enjoyable information on each World Heritage site concerned. Together with suggested itineraries, they include information on the history, culture and life of the people who used to live or still live in the site to this day. Guides to four World Heritage sites are available: Doñana, Iguazu, Panamá and Cuzco
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Sixty New Education Videos
Understanding Education for Sustainable Development, training on special needs in the classroom; the six Education for All goals explained… These are among the themes of sixty new videos from the Education Sector which have just have come on stream. Nobel Prize winner Amartya Sen speaks about Literacy as freedom and the situation of children with disabilities worldwide is examined. Add world heritage education and computers in the classroom and you get a comprehensive picture of UNESCO work in education. The videos are mainly in English and French with some Spanish, while “Voices for Literacy” speak in all six of UNESCO official languages.
Education sector