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Call for proposals: Evaluation of the International Fund for Cultural Diversity https://lnkd.in/dkp5nyC
#HolocaustRemembrance: Interview with Alexandre Valenti and Francesco Lotoro.
For more than 30 years, one man has single-handedly taken on a unique challenge: tracking down, archiving and performing all the pieces of music written and composed in the camps of the WWII.
For more than 30 years, one man has single-handedly taken on a
unique challenge: tracking down, archiving and performing all the
pieces of music written and composed in the camps of the
Second World War. The gripping quest has been turned into a film
about history, like a journey through time to overcome oblivion, to...
preserve the memory of these women and men, of all nationalities
and all confessions, who turned music into an act of resistance.
The issue of Israel and Jewish nationalism is the very center of the contemporary antisemitism, according to philosopher and academic Steven T. Katz, from Boston University, who considers antisemitism today as a combination of ideology and psychological pathology.
To mark the International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust, Steven T. Katz shares with Wide Angle his reflections on the stages of the development of anti-Semitism from the New Testament to today. Read the full article here: http://on.unesco.org/2jJleSm
Fighting disasters is an immense effort that needs the cooperation of all of us. From citizens sending information through social networks, to scientists developing the latest technologies; from politicians working on prevention plans to civil protection helping on the ground.
A must read: Knocking out school violence and bullying >> http://on.unesco.org/2iWVEuf
The latest #YouthOfUNESCO story from transgender student provides a great backdrop to the talks currently underway in Seoul on #bullying and #school violence http://bit.ly/2jB9Ji5 Read our report here http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0024/002469/246970e.pdf
(2/3) "A UNESCO event I attended on ensuring safe and inclusive education environments in Viet Nam, highlighted the issues transgender people face at school and... suggested that at least some unisex toilet options be provided on campus and that flexible regulations regarding uniforms also be adopted." Chu Thanh Ha #YouthOfUNESCO http://bit.ly/2jB4Eqh UNESCO UNESCO Asia-Pacific
At local level, radio stations’ correspondents are the direct link between the station and the community, gathering news, getting testimonies and investigating stories out in the field.
Providing them with ICT skills is a foolproof way to produce higher quality programmes and improve interaction with the audience.
Thanks to UNESCO’s “Empowering Local Radio with ICTs” project, supported by Sweden, Ssozi Edward, correspondent at Nakaseke Radio in Uganda, says: “My skills have ...doubled. I did not know how to write a radio script but now I am well equipped and confident to go to the field to interview farmers.”
To learn more, click here: https://en.unesco.org/…/training-local-correspondents-and-b…