East Africa celebrates the UN World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development with the organization of ResiliArt debates.
Nairobi Pretty Nose Contest 2 © Michael Soi
Development of educational curriculum and policy guidelines on Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining for formal and non-formal education in Eastern Africa
Expression of Interest: Development of a Training Manual on Environmental Communication for Journalists in Africa 1.
Rwanda reviews its policies and measures to promote the cultural and creative industries
Dr Seuss quote painted on the wall of the Impact Hub in Kigali Rwanda©UNESCOKaralyn Monteil 2018
Behind the Frontlines, Young Journalists Stand against COVID-19 Misinformation in East Africa
Nelson Rotino MCI fellow during Radio Week training in Uganda ©Photo courtesy of MCI East Africa July 2020 When COVID19 was first identified as a global pandemic Africa was the last continent to be hit by its impact Yet the continent was expected to prove the most vulnerable to both its short and long term devastating effects
ResiliArt|Comoros debate identifies measures to support artists and performers during COVID-19
ArtXchange project Connects Creative Youth in Africa and Europe
1st ArtXchange Virtual Steering Committee Meeting ©Erika MascaroCISP
UNESCO/EU project supports South Sudan Copyright Policy for Cultural and Creative Industries
Cultural performance at the project launch in Juba © UNESCO
TVET Committee develops ambitious five-year plan for South Sudan
Focal Points of the five SubCommittees of the national AdHoc TVET Coordination Committee © UNESCO