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In 2015, Japan threatened to halt funding for UNESCO over the organization's decision to include documents relating to the 1937 Nanjing massacre in the latest listing for its "Memory of the World" program.

The United States withdrew from UNESCO in 1984, citing the "highly politicized" nature of the organisation, its ostensible "hostility toward the basic institutions of a free society, especially a free market and a free press", as well as its "unrestrained budgetary expansion", and poor management under then Director-General Amadou-Mahter M'Bow of Senegal.

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In 2013, UNESCO announced that the collection "The Life and Works of Ernesto Che Guevara" became part of the Memory of the World Register. US Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen condemned this decision, saying that the organization acts against its own ideals:

This decision is more than an insult to the families of those Cubans who were lined up and summarily executed by Che and his merciless cronies but it also serves as a direct contradiction to the UNESCO ideals of encouraging peace and universal respect for human rights.

 

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Symposium on "Social Sciences and the COVID-19 Pandemic : State of Knowledge and Proposals for Action"

The French Presidency of the Bureau of the Intergovernmental Council (IGC) of UNESCO's Management of Social Transformations (MOST) Programme will organize a symposium entitled "Social Sciences and the COVID-19 Pandemic: State of Knowledge and Proposals for Action" on 21 and 22 October 2021 on the use of social science research in the management of the health crisis.

On 12 March 2020, the World Health Organization officially declared the spread of COVID-19 infection as a 'pandemic', i.e. a widespread epidemic on a global scale. Indeed, while the first known cases occurred in Wuhan province, China, in December 2019, the entire world was affected during the year 2020.

Life sciences have obviously mobilised globally to understand and fight the virus, and a great deal of social science research has also been conducted in many countries around the world since 2019. This symposium will explore the broader social science perspective on the pandemic nearly two years after it started.

The conference will be organized under four sub-themes, from the life of the human body to state institutions, and globalisation. Different levels of social reality will be considered in a dialectical and non-deterministic way, in all the fields considered, giving priority to direct observations and first-hand data.

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Audrey Azoulay
Director General, UNESCO

Since November 2017

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Gisele Halimi
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Ambassador of France to UNESCO (1985-1986)

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Politician, Lawyer and Essayist

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You can't separate peace from freedom because no one can be at peace unless he has his freedom.
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Education for Sustainable Development Goals: learning objectives
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Global education monitoring report, 2020: Inclusion and education: all means all
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Education for Sustainable Development Goals: learning objectives
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Maxime Bouquet
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Audrey Azoulay
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The 1 hour 30 minutes guided tour is available in different languages (English, Arabic, German, Italian, Spanish, French, Russian and soon Chinese).

To make your reservation please contact our partner Cultival :

If you are affiliated to UNESCO (UNESCO Clubs, UNESCO Chairs, Associated Schools, National Commissions, Permanent Delegations, NGOs in official partnership with UNESCO) or for press or protocol visits, please contact visits@unesco.org(link sends e-mail)

How is UNESCO represented throughout the world?

UNESCO counts over 50 Field offices and 90 specialized Institutes and Centres around the world.

Can I attend events organized in UNESCO Headquarters?

Yes. You can view the calendar of public cultural events in UNESCO Headquarters organized by UNESCO in collaboration with programme sectors, Member States and public or private partners.

UNESCO produces many resources on subjects related to the Organisation’s areas of action. Most publications are available in several languages and available online free of charge in UNESDOC. To obtain printed publications as well as stamps, coins and other UNESCO-related gifts, you can visit the bookshop at UNESCO’s Headquarters in Paris or purchase online at UNESCO Publishing.

Where can I find photos and videos on UNESCO’s fields of action?

Many photos, videos and audio recordings are proposed by UNESCO’s Multimedia services. A large part of them are available online.

Where can I find statistics on UNESCO’s working subjects?

UNESCO's Institute for Statistics (UIS) provides cross-nationally comparable statistics on education, science and technology, culture and communication for more than 200 countries and territories

Is UNESCO Library open to the general public?

UNESCO's Library provides reference and information services, including research, and is open to the general public with an interest in UNESCO's fields of competence.

Can I consult UNESCO's Archives?

Yes, you can contact UNESCO's Archives who document the Organization's history and provide access to all official correspondence, documents, publications, multimedia and electronic records.

I'm looking for documentation on a Member State. Who can help me?

UNESCO is not in a position to supply you with documentation on a particular country, since the information materials we distribute are related to the general programme and activities of UNESCO in all its Member States. We suggest you write directly to the embassy of the countries about which you are seeking documentation.

UNESCO does not process unsolicited applications. Please consult UNESCO Careers for job opportunities and applications.

Yes. You can check the required conditions and apply for an internship at UNESCO Headquarters or in a Field Office on UNESCO Internship programme.

You can visit the Coordinating Committee for International Voluntary Service (CCIVS)(link is external) and contact its members for voluntary service opportunities.

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Two UNESCO Malala Centers, established in Totonicapán, Guatemala, are empowering indigenous adolescent girls and women through education. Supported by the UNESCO Malala Fund for Girls’ Right to Education, the educational programmes offered by the Centers are implemented in indigenous languages, draw on indigenous culture, and build skills for personal and socioeconomic development including health and well-being, and financial autonomy.

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