Anti-Doping Convention continues to support governments to ensure a credible sport ecosystem
UNESCOs Social and Human Sciences Sector through UNESCOs International Convention against Doping in Sport helps States Parties and stakeholders to better understand how to fulfil their obligations in implementing the Convention and ensuring a credible sport ecosystem This has specifically been achieved thanks to the outcomes of the statutory meetings of the Bureau of the eighth session of the Conference of Parties COP8 to the Convention and of the Approval Committee of the Fund for the Elimination of Doping in Sport both hosted by the Government of India in New Delhi on 21 and 22 June 2022
From commitments to action for nature: UNESCO at the UN Environment Assembly
During the resumed fifth session of the United Nations Environment Assembly UNEA52 in Nairobi Kenya Ms Shamila NairBedouelle Assistant DirectorGeneral for Natural Sciences of UNESCO reaffirmed the Organizations headline commitment at a side event on the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration from commitments to action for nature on 28 February 2022
New Zealand, India, Ecuador and Colombia enhance their tsunami readiness
With sea level rise increasing the risk posed by tsunamis and other marine hazards countries around the globe are taking steps to protect their populations These efforts are coordinated through UNESCOs Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission IOCUNESCO
Agreement signed between UNESCO and the Government of Japan for the commencement of the project: “Strengthening Disaster Prevention Approaches in Eastern Africa”.
On Tuesday 2nd March 2020 UNESCO and the Government of Japan officially signed the agreement for the commencement of the project Strengthening Disaster Prevention Approaches in Eastern Africa By providing substantial funding support the Government of Japan has again demonstrated their commitment to UNESCO and the humanitarian and development needs of Africa