Mauritius reviews its cultural and creative industries sector to demonstrate how cultural policies are guiding sustainable development
The Natural Sciences of UNESCO joined hands with the Africa Youth Advisory Board for Disaster Risk Reduction (AYAB DRR) to organise a Webinar on Youth engagement on COVID-19 for ‘the Africa We Want"
UNESCO GATHERS BIOETHICS AND ETHICS EXPERTS FROM EASTERN AFRICA TO DISCUSS ETHICAL ISSUES RAISED BY COVID-19 IN THE REGION
Experts discuss youth exploitation of media and digital spaces in the Africa region during the COVID-19 pandemic
Editors and Station Managers Trained on Media Laws
Editors and Station Managers at the 2day workshop on media laws in Juba South Sudan ©UNESCO Juba Office
Implementing SDG 16.10: South Sudan Information Commission Launches 3-Year Access to Information Strategic Plan aimed at Promoting Access to Information
Hon Nicodemus Ajaik South Sudan Information Commissioner launches the 3year Access to Information Strategic Plan during the Access to Information Day event in Juba ©UNESCO Juba Office
EU/UNESCO support development of a national copyright policy to strengthen the cultural and creative industries in South Sudan.
Juba Film Festival © Simon Bingo
Ugandan cultural experts unite to lead the country into new era of open, dynamic cultural policies for sustainable development
Child of the Sky 2015 Nigeria©Victor Ehikhamenor