Regional Bureau for Sciences in Latin America and the Caribbean Cluster Office for
UNESCO dialogue on Cultural and Natural Heritage for Rural Regeneration in Latin America and the Caribbean
The transformative power of cultural and natural heritage is increasingly recognized as a key enabler for sustainable development particularly in rural areas facing chronic economic social and environmental challenges
San Lorenzo de Almagro will wear UNESCO's logo on its jersey
UNESCO and Club Atlético San Lorenzo de Almagro of Argentina strengthen their partnership unique in the region to promote inclusion gender equity and lifelong learning through sport
From an Iberoamerican perspective and with the support of UNESCO Montevideo the Centro de Producciones Radiofónicas and Radios Libres an audio exhibition featuring ten radio projects and an audio fanzine inviting us to embark on a creative journey to reflect on how radio fosters trust
Call for papers: The contribution of UNESCO sites to fire management in the face of climate change emergency
Uruguay: call to the Marcelo Jelen National Written Press Award 2021
We invite journalists who work in Uruguay to submit their articles to the 6th Edition of the Marcelo Jelen National Written Press Award before February 10 2022 The event is organized by Cotidiano Mujer with the support of the Uruguayan Press Association APU UN Women and UNESCO
Destruction turned into knowledge: Iraqi Archeologists unveil the remains of the 12th century Al Nouri Prayer Hall.
How to enhance professional collaboration between law enforcement agents and journalists in Latin America?
UNESCO hosted a webinar in the Latin American region to address the relationship between law enforcement agents and journalists with respect to the maintenance of public order while upholding the fundamental rights to freedom of expression and access to information
Youth committed to water and the environment
UNESCO and the Ministry of Environment of Uruguay organized a cleanup day in coastal areas and a workshop in place focused on concepts about the risk of plastic and microplastics in the environment
Culture and the pandemic: what was the impact of the crisis on the creative industries?
UNESCO together with MERCOSUR IDB SEGIB and OEI are publishing the project Assessment of the impact of COVID19 on cultural and creative industries which estimates the macro and microeconomic effects of the restrictions imposed by the pandemic on this sector
UNESCO conducted a workshop on Curriculum Development for TVET programmes in Iraq within Reviving of Mosul and Basra Old Cities Project, Funded by EU