International Charter of Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sport
The International Charter of Physical Education Physical Activity and Sport is a rightsbased reference that orients and supports policy and decisionmaking in sport It promotes inclusive access to sport by all without any form of discrimination It sets ethical and quality standards for all actors designing implementing and evaluating sport programmes and policies
UNESCO "United against racism and discrimination" stamp receives honourable award from La Poste in France
The United against racism and discrimination stamp launched in September 2021 by La Poste the French Post Office in close cooperation with UNESCOs Social and Human Sciences Sector was selected for the 31st edition of La Postes Stamp Awards Ceremony In the most beautiful stamp 2021 category it received the third prize during the Stamp Election 2021 evening organized on 23 June 2022
Xueli Abbing to become UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador for the fight against discrimination and racism
On Monday 13 June International Albinism Awareness Day Audrey Azoulay DirectorGeneral of UNESCO will appoint Dutch model Xueli Abbing as UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador for the Fight against Discrimination and Racism at a ceremony at UNESCO Headquarters
New youth champions trained to fight racism and discrimination
UNESCO recently welcomed a new batch of youth champions from around the world to fight racism and discrimination through a change in mindsets More than 1500 students and teachers completed the 17th edition of the UNESCO Master Class against Racism and Discriminations held on 21 March 2022 on the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
Cat VII – Seminar and training
Global Master Class against Racism and Discrimination: Enhancing Intercultural Dialogue
Project launch: "Dancing in the mists. Gender and youth in unequal environments in Latin America and the Caribbean"
Interview with Emanuela Gregorio, Economist and Coordinator of Fashionomics Africa
Partner of the Biennale of Luanda Fashionomics Africa is an initiative of the African Development Bank that aims to increase Africas participation in the global textile and fashion industry value chain
Ethical fashion: A rising trend or empty rhetoric?
Driven by the awareness of a growing number of consumers the fashion industry is trying with varying degrees of sincerity to be more virtuous and more sustainable But in spite of initiatives to improve recycling promote exchanges and the range of rental options on offer progress to make this highly polluting sector go green remains modest