International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples: An Inclusive Celebration
Approximately 45 million indigenous people live in Latin America and the Caribbean accounting for 8 per cent of the population but they speak over 500 indigenous languages and are stewards of some of the most biodiverse territories of the planet For many indigenous peoples cultural heritage language indigenous knowledge of the environment and knowing how to live well are all connected
Covid-19 and vaccination in Latin America and the Caribbean: challenges, needs and opportunities
UNESCO publishes a document that generates more evidence on the production access and distribution of vaccines in the region with the aim of improving existing vaccination policies applying a human rights open science and ethical standards approach
COVID19 VACCINES: challenges, weaknesses and opportunities in the region
UNESCO presented the report Covid19 and vaccination in Latin America Challenges Needs and Opportunities which delves into the production access and distribution of vaccines in Latin America and the Caribbean In addition a debate was held in which the main challenges that the region must take on were identified
COVID19: how to design fair and inclusive vaccination plans?
UNESCO is publishing a document to generate more evidence on the production access and distribution of vaccines in the region with the aim of improving existing vaccination policies applying a human rights open science and ethical standards approach
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
How can Latin American and Caribbean indigenous languages be preserved?
There are over 7000 languages spoken globally of which nearly 6700 are indigenous languages 40 of them are at risk of disappearing at an alarming rate
Intangible Cultural Heritage: Towards a new paradigm for knowledge construction
On 18 December 2020 the webinar on Intangible Cultural Heritage and Higher Education Institutions a strategic alliance in the postCOVID19 development agenda was held to dialogue on the challenges of higher education in the creation of a twoway dialogue with communities
The history of humanity from the visions of the original peoples of Latin America
UNESCO presents with CLACSO the prepublication of the book Retornar al Origen narraciones ancestrales sobre humanidad tiempo y mundo Return to Origin Ancestral Narratives on Humanity Time and the World