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By Michaela Martin and Uliana Furiv, respective lead and consultant working at the UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning programme...
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"We have all to work together and pool our resources for maximum impact and to benefit African countries in this difficult time"   The...
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Cooperation between UNESCO and its UNESCO Chairs dealing with human rights and social inclusion issues stems from the need to better understand the...
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An online film festival opens up the world for children and youth, strengthens links with teachers and builds values of citizenship, solidarity...
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In an interview with the UNESCO Courier, Yuval Noah Harari, Israeli historian and author of Sapiens, Homo Deus, and 21 Lessons for the 21st Century,...
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By Emily LeRoux-Rutledge, Lecturer in Social Psychology, University of the West of England   “Education is very important for girls,...
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Key facts   Approximately 15% of the world’s population, 1representing more than 1 billion people, live with...
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Each evening at 18H, sirens echo throughout Jordan, announcing the curfew, which lasts until 10H each morning. The kingdom has been under...
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Parenting is never easy, but parenting during a pandemic poses entirely different challenges. The burden is especially unique for parents of children...
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On April 2, the International Institute of Online Education (IIOE) was co-launched online by the International Centre for Higher Education Innovation...
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