How to adopt a multistakeholder approach to AI governance in Southern Africa?
Artificial Intelligence AI holds considerable potential to accelerate social and economic development in Africa The discussion on AI governance at the SouthernAfrican subRegional Forum on Artificial Intelligence AI SARFAI in Windhoek Namibia underlined good practices and recommendations for multistakeholder driven AI governance in Southern Africa
Cat VIII - Symposia
Youth As Researchers in Sri Lanka and the Maldives: Intergenerational policy dialogue
Are civil servants ready for digital transformation?
The report Artificial Intelligence and Digital Transformation Competencies for Civil Servants underlines what civil servants need to learn to enable digital transformation to usher their countries and societies into the digital age
Cat VII – Seminar and training
Youth As Researchers in Sri Lanka and the Maldives: Knowledge-sharing session
Building capacities of judges from Qatar on Artificial Intelligence and the Rule of Law
UNESCO the Siracusa International Institute for Criminal Justice and Human Rights and the Supreme Judiciary Council of Qatar organised the second training on Artificial Intelligence Criminal Justice and Human Rights for judicial operators from Qatar on 1822 September 2022 at Siracusa Italy
Cat VI – Expert Committee
29th (Ordinary) Session of the IBC / Joint Session of the IBC and the IGBC / 12th (Extraordinary) Session of COMEST
UNESCO and partners offer new online course on Information and Elections in the Digital Era
This September UNESCO UNDP and the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas are launching a free global Massive Open Online Course MOOC on Information and Elections in the Digital Era in English French Portuguese and Spanish
Youth and policy makers join forces in pandemic recovery efforts
55 young researchers from UNESCOs signature Youth As Researchers on COVID19 initiative and close to 20 policy makers from various Member States debated on priorities for postpandemic recovery with for and by youth during a HighLevel Policy Conference hosted on site and online by UNESCO on 25 March 2022 Central to the debate were the insights of the young researchers on the impact of the pandemic on youth wellbeing learning action rights and use of technology