UNESCO launches a Report on the impacts suffered by the creative industry during the pandemic
According to the study the crisis generated by the pandemic led the Gross Value Added in the cultural and leisure sectors to decrease by US$ 750 billion and 10 million jobs were lost in 2020
UNICEF and UNESCO call for concerted action on learning in the COVID era on the International Day of Education 2022
Joint statement from UNICEF Regional Director for Eastern and Southern Africa Mohamed Fall and UNESCO Regional Director for Eastern Africa Prof Hubert Gijzen
L’Oréal, UNESCO and ABC announce the seven winners of the “Para Mulheres na Ciência” Programme 2019
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"
Uganda and Kenya organize national webinars with artists following World Art Day to discuss impacts of COVID-19 on creative industries
In the spirit of the UNESCO ResiliArt Movement two Eastern African countries held online public debates with key stakeholders in the cultural and creative industries sector to share experiences and perspectives on the effects of COVID19 on artists performers and other actors working in the sector