Gulf States & Yemen
Cluster Office for Bahrain Kuwait Oman Qatar Saudi Arabia United Arab Emirates Yemen
Saudi Arabia approves the Phase II of the "Abdullah bin Abdulaziz International Programme for a Culture of Peace and Dialogue"
"Arabia Plan aims to revive a mechanism for creativiy and renewal in the Arab world, while being open to the experience of other world cultures"
UNESCO Launches Teacher Professional Development Project in partnership with Ministry of Education, Queen Rania Teacher Academy, the European Union and Saudi Fund for Development
Call for Expressions of Interest: Strengthening the Management, Promotion and Sustainable Use of Cultural Heritage for Development in Montenegro
The Antenna in Sarajevo of the UNESCO Regional Bureau for Science and Culture in Europe is seeking expressions of interest from qualified and experienced institutions legal entities and individuals to support the project Strengthening the Management Promotion and Sustainable Use of Cultural Heritage for Development in Montenegro Submission deadline 25 May 2020
Pilot Regional course on Interpretive Planning at World Heritage properties completed its second module
The WHInterp training course on interpretative planning on World Heritage properties held its facetoface workshop in Kotor Montenegro from 1115 October 2021 The workshop as an essential segment of the training convened professionals from 11 countries across SouthEast Europe to develop their competencies on interpretive planning for World Heritage sites using the natural and culturohistorical region of Kotor as a case study
Education for the sustainable development of UNESCO heritage in Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina
The crossborder project Education for the sustainable development of UNESCO heritage aims to contribute to the realization of national goals in education for sustainable development It seeks to achieve this through connecting young people and implementing an informal educational programme on sustainable development environmental protection natural and cultural resources and climate change for students and teachers in two educational institutions
UNESCO supports advocacy efforts towards adoption of a Media and Information Literacy national strategy in Montenegro
We are thrilled with our collaboration with UNESCO and the possibility to develop a policy document on Media and Information Literacy MIL that unites the perspectives of different stakeholders on the topic We hope that it will serve as a starting point for the adoption of a national MIL strategy in Montenegro said Olivera Nikolic Executive Director of Montenegro Media Institute MMI For this country to take a more comprehensive approach to address the need for MIL would be the number one instrument against disinformation conspiracy theories hate speech and the harmful effects that can result from the lack of critical thinking Supported by the UNESCO EUfunded project Building Trust in Media South East Europe and Turkey Phase 2 the Montenegro Media Institute has developed a policy document on MIL and enhanced its advocacy efforts towards relevant authorities of the country calling for the adoption of a national strategy on MIL The project contributes to a continued dialogue and consultations with key stakeholders on MIL in particular the members of the National MIL Coalition a group gathering representatives of CSOs of the Montenegrin Bureau of Education the Union of School Principals of Montenegro the Ministry of Culture the Agency for Electronic Media MIL experts and university professors