01.06.2006 - UNESCO Social and Human Sciences

SHSviews 13 - June-September 2006

UNESCO Social and Human Sciences Sector Magazine


Ethics: Nanotechnology / Human Rights: the Nantes Forum / Dossier: Doping

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This issue of SHSviews covers topical issues from June to September 2006:

Editorial [PDF]
Putting flesh on ideas, by Pierre Sané, UNESCO's Assistant Director-General for Social and Human Sciences

Ethics [PDF]
Expert group looks at ethics for nanotechnology
Dr Daar receives Avicenna Prize
COMEST: towards a code of conduct for scientists?

Human Rights [PDF]
2nd World Forum on Human Rights: from universal principles to local action
Interview – Jean-Marc Ayrault: “the Nantes Forum is not just another conference”
Economic, social and cultural rights: UNESCO networks meet in Rabat
Cultural Diversity and Equality
Women – expert meeting in Burundi
Justice for women in the Middle East and North Africa
Women celebrated in Beijing
Combating racism: cities get their act together
UNESCO Prizes: two calls for nominations
A successful 21 March at UNESCO
"Education of Children in Need": Memorandum of Understanding signed with the Ricky Martin Foundation
Judge Weeramantry receives Prize for Peace Education
Conference on the birth of the modern world
Philosophy Café at UNESCO

Social Transformations [PDF]
3rd World Urban Forum
Dossier – Doping: UNESCO Provides an International Legal Framework
ECOWAS: 1st Forum of Ministers of Social Development
Debating regional integration in Dakar

Publications [PDF]

Human Sciences [PDF]
Foresight: an essential activity in preparing for the future
Pathways of Thought on the science-humanities border

Agenda [PDF]

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