COVID 19: Senegal intends to ensure #LearningNeverStops
The spread of COVID19 is a growing worry for Africa Among the 47 African countries that have closed their schools and universities to more than 280 million African children 10 have not yet identified a single case of the virus These closures will hold back education even further on a continent where already more than 200 million children and adolescents were not learning The government of Senegal closed its schools on March 16 one of the first to do so on the continent What measures have been taken to ensure that learning doesnt stop
Interview with Fethi Mansouri - Advancing a new social contract in the post-Covid-19 era?
Professor Fethi Mansouri PhD UNESCO Chairholder Cultural Diversity and Social Justice at the Deakin University Melbourne Australia and UNITWIN Convenor Interreligious Dialogue and Intercultural Understanding IDIU shares his views on the impact of COVID19 on intercultural dialogue New forms of solidarity and dialogue are emerging at a time when social distancing seems to be the only efficient blockade to the pandemic At the same time massive economic disparities and access to health care are being pushed to the limit with inevitable consequences on the rise of racism and discriminations Are we ready to engage in a new social contract in view of the postCOVID19 era
The socio-cultural implications of COVID-19
Professor Fethi Mansouri UNESCO Chairholder for Cultural Diversity and Social Justice at Deakin University Melbourne Australia and UNITWIN Convenor for Interreligious Dialogue and Intercultural Understanding shares his views on the sociocultural implications of COVID19