Posts tagged with "UNESCO"



UNESCO - Ocean Decade: Invitation to Webinar
UN News · September 13, 2022
Invitation to a webinar: The Ocean Decade: Catalyzing support and engagement - Tuesday 13 September 2022, 2:00-3:15 p.m. CEST (Interpretation available in English and French)

UNESCO - Education Pre-Summit 28-30 June 2022
UN News · June 24, 2022
Invitation to follow live the Education Pre-Summit - 28-30 June 2022

UNESCO International Literacy Prizes - Call for Nominations
UN News · May 12, 2022
Call for nominations is now open. Deadline is on 20 June 2022

Call for Nominations - UNESCO Prize for Girls' and Women's Education
UN News · March 21, 2022
Call for Nominations is open until 20 May 2022

International Women's Day - UNESCO
UN News · March 04, 2022
On 8 March, and to mark International Women's Day, UNESCO, UNGEI and Transform Education, with the support of the OECD, are holding a webinar to discuss how gender stereotypes and bias affect learners’ well-being, educational and career pathways, and how this can be challenged in and through education.

UNESCO General Conference
UN News · December 14, 2021
The 41st UNESCO General Conference took place from 9th to 24th November 2021. There were 185 membes states, 26 Heads of governments and 100 Ministers throughout the Conference.

When Schools Shut - Invitation
UN News · December 08, 2021
Webinar focusing on East and Southern Africa - When schools shut: Gendered impacts of COVID-19 school closures.

UNESCO 41st General Conference - Plenary & General Policy Debate
UN News · November 15, 2021
Speech (Video) of Marie-Claude Machon-Honoré, BPW International UN Representative to UNESCO, Paris, NGO­-UNESCO Liaison Committee Member, elected for the Europe and North America Region.

41st UNESCO General Plenary in Paris - November 9-24, 2021
UN News · November 09, 2021
41st UNESCO General Plenary in Paris - November 9-24, 2021

UNESCO Prize for Girls' and Women's Education 2021 Award Ceremony
UN News · October 08, 2021
15 October 2021, 10:00-11:15 CET ∙ The ceremony will include a celebration of its first 10 laureates and the successful completion of the Prize’s inaugural cycle (2016 – 2020) and will conclude with the launch of the project ‘Promoting School Health Education for Girls in Africa in the COVID-19 era’

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