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Dakar international forum on peace and security in Africa
Youth and Entrepreneurship Forums : Africa-France
2nd Annual Aid and developement Africa summit
Africa CEO Forum : Shaping the future of Africa
IFAT Environmental Technology Forum Africa
RFI and Unesco will jointly produce 52 television shows on Africa's history. They will be diffused every sunday, starting from february 7th 2016, in the framework of the show "Mémoire d'un continent" presented by historian Elika Mbokolo.(French only)
Legal instruments adopted by UNESCO African Member States
Documents and publications from the Department
Malian artists mobilize to promote the General History of Africa
Security Forces and Media: Input for the improvement of a Collaborative framework
Human Rights Day Celebration 2016 (in French)
Patrimoine culturel endommagé du Nord du Mali et insertion des enfants victimes de la crise, l’UNESCO poursuit son soutien aux communautés de Tombouctou (in French)
UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa Newsletter : July September 2016
Friends,colleagues and partners, UNESCO was privileged to organize two high level visits to Nairobi, Kenya during the last few months. (Read More)
Report on the 2016 Bridge Africa Conference in Lilongwe, Malawi from 17th to 19th February 2016: “Sharing experiences, paving the way forward”. The Bridge Africa Programme was initiated by the Korean National Commission for UNESCO in 2010.
(More details on the conference)
African future towards a sustainable emergence
Instruments for prospective analysis and common language for an open and wide reflexion and action
African women, Pan-Africanism and African renaissance
Work highlighting the struggle of African women to liberate the continent from the yoke of colonialism and to assert the values of pan-Africanism
Data Collection on Education in Africa
Read the data on the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' website.
Priority Africa at UNESCO
An operational strategy for its implementation 2014-2021
The brochure presents the principal results of the Second Cycle of Periodic Reporting in the Africa region.