Challenges and opportunities for science, technology and innovation in six African countries
Representatives of Congo Ghana Namibia Sierra Leone Tanzania and Zimbabwe reflected on their experiences from implementing and monitoring the 2017 UNESCO Recommendation on Science and Scientific Researchers RSSR at the fourth edition of the Africa Regional Science Technology and Innovation Forum in Kigali Rwanda on 1 March 2022
Improving tsunami readiness around the South China Sea
The South China Sea region and its neighbouring basins including the Sulu and Celebes seas comprise one of the worlds most vulnerable areas to earthquakes and tsunamis owing to seismic activity in the Manila Cotabato and Negros and Sulawesi trenches
Camila Rivera: "The role of young people of African descent is key to the transformation of our cultures and institutions"
Local communities propose nature-based solutions to mitigate climate change impacts in the Juan Fernandez Archipelago, Chile
Rethinking culture: UNESCO in Chile to bring together diverse stakeholders in a national conference on creative economy
Representatives of culture, education and civil society will meet at a national forum on arts education convened by UNESCO in Chile
Teachers' voices: Creative learning "doesn't cost more and doesn't require a lot of infrastructure"
UNESCO study: There are advances and challenges in ensuring the right to education of the Venezuelan migrant and refugee population in Chile
UNESCO 2021 survey on public access to information successfully launched
The 2021 Survey on Public Access to Information SDG Indicator 16102 was officially launched last week during the Development Data Group Learning Series World Development Report 2021 Data for Better Lives The online event highlighted the importance of good quality data to be collected disseminated and shared to improve policy and its implementation