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
In Memoriam - Francisco Javier Gil, Chile
It is with deep sorrow and regret that UNESCO has learned the sad news of the unfortunate death of the distinguished Professor Dr Francisco Javier Gil Director of the UNESCO Chair Inclusion in Higher Education at USACH
Passing of Patricia Tatiana Rodríguez Castillo
Patricia Tatiana Rodríguez Castillo who was the administrator of the Biobío National Reserve which is part of the core zone of the Araucarias Biosphere Reserve passed away last Saturday 20 February 2021 in Santiago Chile after a long treatment
Creative economy and culture at the heart of local development: the new purpose of the Chilean National Network of Creative Territories
Within the framework of the Los Lagos 2020 Meeting of Creative Territories and Ventures ETC Los Lagos 2020 the Chilean National Network of Creative Territories has launched its new scope of action and prepared to open its doors to new members
Artists Patricia Domínguez (Chile) and Chloé Delarue (Switzerland) selected to take part in the second edition of the international residency program Simetría
For the second year running Switzerland and Chile are joining to promote creativity in the arts sciences and astronomy with Simetría an interdisciplinary exchange program between artists and scientists at the NRAOESONAOJ ALMA and Paranal observatories of the European Southern Observatory ESO in Chile and CERN in Geneva Switzerland through efforts by institutions linked to these two groups In view of the global health situation the residency will take place semiremotely with the artists starting their research from their habitual studios and homes traveling to the scientific centers for three weeks in 2021 on a date to be determined based on mobility conditions