La Directrice générale et le Président de la Turquie soulignent l’importance du dialogue des cultures et de la sauvegarde du patrimoine culturel en Syrie et en Iraq
The Director General puts the celebration of UNESCO’s 70th Anniversary at the heart of her first official visit of 2015.
Director-General condemns the killing of Syrian journalists Naji Jerf, Zakaria Ibrahim and Batoul Mokhles al-Warrar
“There is nothing like neighbourhood”: Kadıköy Municipality’s support to the elderly in the face of the pandemic
According to the World Health Organization persons over 60 years old are at a significantly increased risk of severe illness if they contract COVID19 Today they account for the great majority of coronavirus deaths worldwide
UNESCO supports fact-checking workshops for journalists and representatives of civil society in Turkey
Turkey grasps the opportunity to rediscover culture in times of COVID-19
The COVID19 pandemic humanity is facing and struggling with since the end of 2019 inevitably impacts the field of culture worldwide Burcu Özdemir a culture and tourism expert at the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism illustrates in this interview the impact of the crisis in this sector and on her daily work A graduate from Ankara University with a specialization in archaeology Ms Özdemir was seconded by Turkey to the World Heritage Centre at UNESCO Headquarters in 2014 She rejoined the Ministry earlier this year as Chief of the Unit for Combatting Illicit Trafficking of Cultural Property