UNESCO looks for a creative agency to develop its campaign for the international day to end impunity against journalists
UNESCO is calling for proposals from creative agencies for this years campaign for the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists on 2 November IDEI
#IAmAntiRacist – Are you? Join our social media campaign!
As you can imagine racism occurs all the time and everywhere Have you been a bystander or a victim yourself We invite you to share your experience You can reduce racism through your own actions We need to STOP racism together
How to strengthen social inclusion through artistic practice in Chad?
The arts have proven to be a powerful tool to support reconciliation rehabilitation and reintegration Many reports highlight the transformative power of art when working with populations with populations whose rights are denigrated Artistic activities are a powerful vector of social integration connecting people across their differences They can help people to look forward to a new life and a better future
International Programme for the Development of Communication
IPDCs purpose is to strengthen media development and media pluralism worldwide
"Arab Latinos!" initiative promotes intercultural dialogue for social cohesion
Building on the centuriesold ties between the Arab region and Latin America and the Caribbean UNESCO organized the first expert meeting on Arab Latinos in São Paulo Brazil on 22 August 2022 The main purpose of this initiative of UNESCO Social and Human Sciences Sector is to encourage intercultural dialogue and tolerance for social cohesion
Cat VIII - Symposia
International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists – High-Level Multi-Stakeholder Conference on the Safety of Journalists
UNESCO: Impunity for killings of Journalists remains unacceptably high at 86%
On 2 November the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists UNESCO renews its call for all necessary measures to ensure that crimes committed against journalists are properly investigated and their perpetrators identified and convicted New UNESCO data show that the global impunity rate for journalist killings remains shockingly high at 86