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UNESCO produces COVID-19 videos with Brazil’s Indigenous groups
In an effort to promote the health and wellbeing of vulnerable Indigenous populations the UN in Brazil and the UNESCO Brasilia Office recently released a series of short videos about the COVID19 pandemic
Chad: A workshop strengthens regional dialogue on indigenous knowledge systems and climate change adaptation
UNESCO seeks nominations for the 2022 UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prize
UNESCO invites individuals civil society actors governmental and nongovernmental entities active in strengthening foundations for peace and tolerance to propose candidates for the 2022 UNESCOMadanjeet Singh Prize for the Promotion of Tolerance and NonViolence The deadline for submissions is extended until 15 July 2022 at midnight GMT 2
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
Migration and inclusive societies
UNESCO places emphasis on the human face of migration It addresses the implications of the movement of people within its fields of competence firmly embedding its interventions in a human rights framework
How to advance gender equality in climate change response
Climate change disproportionately affects women youth and Indigenous peoples Yet while 45 of the COP26 team are now women almost all of the senior publicfacing roles are taken by men despite the fact that in certain countries only 56 of men consider climate change a serious problem against 83 of women In 2021 an estimated four million young people took to the streets across the world demonstrating an unprecedented level of leadership in tackling the climate crisis