Disinformation: a silent weapon in times of pandemic
UNESCO and UNDP join forces to promote verified information against COVID 19
Waters of Latin America and the Caribbean: contributions in times of COVID-19
Adequate integrated water resource management is one of the most powerful tools to ensure the supply of drinking water and wastewater treatment In a pandemic situation it will significantly prevent the spread of the disease
Young influencers challenge disinformation in Latin America
With millions of followers on their social networks they warn about the danger of amplifying unverified content and encourage them to commit to responsible habits
UNESCO promotes South South cooperation in bioethics
Revista de la Red Latinoamericana y del Caribe de Bioética UNESCO Año 10 Vol 1 No 19 January June 2019 Special number Bioethics from the South
How does sport coexist with the pandemic?
The IberoAmerican Council of Sport CID UNESCO and the IberoAmerican General Secretariat SEGIB organize this Friday 9 of October 2020 the 2nd IberoAmerican Conference of Sports in times of Covid19 which brings together Ministers and High Authorities of sports international organizations and regional sports organizations
How could science museums contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals?
UNESCO Montevideo promotes technical and cultural spaces to boost development based on the 2030 Agenda
How can Latin America and the Caribbean deal with disinformation?
UNESCO Montevideo and Chequeado have published a document so that the region has key input and seeks to mitigate the negative effects of the infodemic phenomenon
UNESCO supports Beni Biological Station Biosphere Reserve, Bolivia, to confront a social, environmental and health emergency
The biosphere reserve together with indigenous community members medics volunteers and community brigades built capacity in the management and prevention of fires prepared community monitoring plans and carried out health checks in indigenous communities throughout the site
#Comprometidos2020: the initiative that promotes young people as agents of change closes its cycle
Conditioned by the pandemic this edition featured the selection of 100 young people from 13 Latin American and the Caribbean countries that received support and advice to transform the social reality in their contexts
PortalCheck: a resource hub to support countering disinformation
Launched by UNESCO together with Chequeado LatamChequea and funded by the European Union PortalCheckorg is a new online platform with complementary resources and tools to help combat misdisinformation surrounding the COVID19 pandemic in Latin American and Caribbean
How to create a responsible art market?
Webinars cycle in collaboration with the National Cultural Heritage Commission of Uruguay
San Lorenzo de Almagro is the first club in Latin America to join UNESCO to empower youth through sport
The alliance unique in the region aims to combat discrimination highlight the values of sport and promote the rights of children adolescents and young people working hand in hand with sports referents of the club partners and community organizations from the neighborhoods of Boedo and Bajo Flores in Buenos Aires Argentina
Climate Emergency: How Can Art Transform This Challenge?
Art Partner one of the most important creative agencies in the world announces together with UNESCOs Regional Bureau for Sciences in Latin America and the Caribbean the launch of the youth art contest CreateCOP26 within the framework of the UN summit which aims to raise awareness and inspire the climate debate