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Despite a relative easing of COVID-19 school closures and an increasing trend towards reopening, over one billion learners globally remain...
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Following UNESCO’s launch of the interview series, Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Experts Speak, two other MIL experts from South Africa...
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Is Media and Information Literacy the tool for information verification, dialogue, and diversity around tackling the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond? So...
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The United Nations has described the global scale of education disruption from COVID-19 as “unparalleled.” According to UNESCO monitoring, at the...
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Dakar, July 2nd 2020 - The Communication & Information, and Education sectors of UNESCO’s Multisectoral Regional Office for West Africa-...
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By Marta Estellés, University of Cantabria, Spain and Gustavo E. Fischman, Arizona State University, USA   During the COVID-19 crisis,...
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By Diana Ellis   Now, more than ever, we need to discover for ourselves what makes us resilient. What role can Global Citizenship...
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"School Lost and Confused Signpost" by Wonder woman0731 is licensed under CC BY 2.0   Long-term actions to reduce gaps...
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Despite the presence of efforts around the world to promote Global Citizenship Education (GCED) in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs...
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The Ministry of Public Education (SEP) has created a range of activities following the coronavirus health contingency in Mexico, with special...
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