Role of Media in raising awareness on ECCE in Egypt

UNESCO Cairo Office holds a joint workshop with the Ministry of Education to discuss the role of Media in raising awareness on ECCE in Egypt  July 30th, 2015.

In the framework of the joint UNESCO – MOE project on Early Childhood Care and Education in Egypt, funded by the AGFUND, UNESCO Cairo Office held a joint workshop with the Ministry of Education aiming at initiating the cooperation with media and publishers proactively to disseminate the Ministry’s vision on Early Childhood education and raise awareness on the importance of pre-school education as a right and an indispensable foundation for lifelong learning in subsequent years. The Workshop comes as a first step in the development and implementation of a communication plan on ECCE in Egyptian Media,   aiming at raising awareness on ECCE in Egypt.



Unite for Hirtage

#Unite4Heritage focuses primarily on Arab countries, but also the world in general, in response to the recent unprecedented attacks on the region’s cultural diversity and heritage. We see the intentional destruction of irreplaceable landmarks, the systematic persecution of people on the basis of their ethnic and religious identities, the looting of cultural objects to finance extremist groups, and shocking violations of human rights, including cultural rights.

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UNESCO Director-General condemns attack at Karnak temple

I condemn the attack perpetrated today outside the historic Karnak temple, near Luxor. A prime tourist attraction, Karnak is a symbol of Egyptian civilization and UNESCO World Heritage Site. This attack against human lives is also an attack against culture as a force for dialogue, tourism, and socio-economic development. I'd like to express my solidarity with the government of Egypt. UNESCO stands firmly with Egypt to protect heritage against extremism.

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