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  • 2012.05.15 Shanghai: Director-General promotes skills for work and…
  • Some 40 ministers and participants from over 100 countries participated in the Third International Congress on Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), which opened on 14 May in Shanghai, in the presence of UNESCO Director General Irina Bokova. "Too few young people and adults are gaining the skills, knowledge and attitudes they need to find decent employment in today's rapidly changing job market, whe…
  • 2012.05.15 Towards EFA 2015 and Beyond - Shaping a New Vision of E…
  • UNESCO Bangkok held a high-level regional expert meeting on developing the post-2015 education agenda for the Asia-Pacific region on 9-11 May 2012 to discuss a new vision for education development and cooperation. The three-day meeting involved information sharing on on-going initiatives; debate on developments trends and their implications for education; and development of recommendations for follow-up action to joi…
  • 2012.03.02 Call for nominations: Wenhui Award for Educational Inno…
  • Wenhui Award for Educational Innovation 2012Innovation in Education for Sustainable Development   Call for nominations The Wenhui Award for Educational Innovation, established by the National Commission of the People’s Republic of China for UNESCO, and coordinated by the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Programme of Educational Innovation for Development (APEID), aims to recognize the contributions of educators and inst…
  • 2012.02.21 Education for sustainable development - preserving ling…
  • International Mother Language Day (21 February) is the opportunity to show the vital role of education for sustainable development in the preservation and promotion of mother tongues. Among the 6,000 languages ??and dialects of the world, 50 percent of them are threatened.(News & Photo: UNESCO)For more information please visit the link below
  • 2012.02.21 Defending the rights of minorities and women: interview…
  • Anarkali Honaryar, winner of the 2011 UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prize for the Promotion of Tolerance and Non-Violence, belongs to a religious and ethnic minority group in Afghanistan. She is a Sikh woman elected to the Afghan upper house by the Afghan president in 2010.In this interview, Ms. Honaryar talks about what it is like being a woman and a religious and ethnic minority member in Afghanistan.(News & Photo: UN…
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