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MONDIACULT 2022 | Data collection and measurement of culture towards evidence-based policies for sustainable development
MONDIACULT 2022 | Side Events
In the runup to the UNESCO MONDIACULT 2022 UNESCO is mobilizing a wide range of actors of the cultural and creative sectors from Member States to intergovernmental organizations academia including UNESCO Chairs civil society organizations and other partners In this line from 16 March to 9 May 2022 the Organization invited interested stakeholders to organize side events in the framework of the Conference to highlight diverse perspectives on the role of culture for sustainable development including its crosscutting impact on the broad spectrum of public policy from education to climate action sustainable cities the creative economy and the digital transformation Discover on this page all you need to know about the side events to be held in the main venue of the Conference Los Pinos and the side events organized online prior to the Conference including under the RumboAMONDIACULT initiative
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
How to strengthen social inclusion through artistic practice in Chad?
The arts have proven to be a powerful tool to support reconciliation rehabilitation and reintegration Many reports highlight the transformative power of art when working with populations with populations whose rights are denigrated Artistic activities are a powerful vector of social integration connecting people across their differences They can help people to look forward to a new life and a better future