Internet Universality Principles and ROAM-X indicators presented at the 5th Congress of the Polish Communication Association
Strengthening Youth Resilience through Heritage in the Maghreb – The Story of Nassima
Nassima is a young Moroccan architect devoted to community empowerment through leveraging the assets of heritage With the support of UNESCOUNOCT joint project on the prevention of violent extremism through youth empowerment cofunded by Canada she recently created her own youthled initiative called MedinaStories with the aim to create free educational material about peace coexistence and cultural diversity surrounding 10 Maghreb Medinas inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List In this framework and together with Association Clibre she launched an online editathon and a photography contest to directly involve youth from the region and created a digital application for both web and mobile devices that is accessible to the public
Conversation with Lech Wałęsa, 1983 Nobel Peace laureate: "Peace and justice: the path of humanity towards sustainable development"
UNESCO and the City of Essaouira strengthen their cooperation to fight against racism and discrimination
How the GENIE Programme from Morocco is doing since receiving the 2017 UNESCO ICT in education prize