If the item you're interested in is not online at this time, you can either make an appointment to consult it in our premises, or you can request that it is make available. Click on «Request availability», in the description of material that interest you, to send your request
There are several reasons for this. The first one has to do with the length of the video clip. Long videos can indeed be very demanding of bandwidth and slow down your Internet connection. Therefore if the film is, say, more than 30 minutes long we would rather post a sample of it.
If you want to see the full movie, however, you can request a Video on Demand (VOD) session and we will make it available for you. Click on the request link on the page of the film you are interested in to organize this.
A second reason is that in some cases copyright or ownership restrictions prevent us from publishing the full content online. In such cases we offer you a sample to help you decide if you want to see the full content (see VOD above).
Finally, the material could have also be marked as "Restricted" (see below).
An item is marked restricted when it can be consulted within UNESCO premises only. Please note that other type of restrictions may also apply.
This problem was apparently due to incompatibility issues between Safari, Chrome or Firefox and our playlist player. It has now been solved. If you are still experiencing this situation, we suggest that you delete all cached files and update the Flash® plugin on your computer.
This issue affects Google Chrome.
As a work around, we would suggest doing the following:
- Verify that Chrome is up-to-date;
- If Chrome is up-to-date, try updating the Flash player. Get the latest version here
- If the previous didn't solve the issue:
To buy UNESCO audiovisual material, visit the Online Bookshop
To purchase UNESCO audiovisual content, please visit the Online Bookshop.
If the audiovisual item you are looking for is not available there, you may wish to contact the Unit or Programme that produced it. That information can usually be found via the link « » that appears in almost every description of the audiovisual contents.
Should your questions remain unanswered, you can contact us and we'll try our best to help. Please note, however, that we cannot provide disc copies of our material.
This audiovisual material may be embedded on a website for educational, non-commercial purposes, provided that it is accompanied by an acknowledgement of UNESCO as the source — © UNESCO. It would be greatly appreciated if UNESCO could be informed of the use made of its programmes.
Before you use any of this material, keep also in mind that: ALL UNESCO AUDIOVISUAL CONTENT MUST BE SHOWN WITH CREDITS AND UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES CAN SHOTS OR SEQUENCES BE USED IN OTHER PROGRAMMES WITHOUT PRIOR NEGOTIATION AND WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION OF UNESCO.
Otherwise use the "embed" link in the description of the item that interest you to request the code. Please include the URL of the website of your institution in your request.
For that matter, you may wish to contact:
UNESCO - Bureau of Public Information
Rights and Authorizations (ERI/DPI/DIR)