Familiar yet invisible. This is the migrant story of Ayka.

In an interview in the latest The Unesco Courier, we explore the dangers and challenges of migrants with the 2018 film's director, Sergey Dvortsevoy, and Cannes Best Actress award winner, Samal Yeslyamova. It’s a singular cinematic story that brings to the big screen a small part of what 258 million migrants worldwide experience -- with millions of untold journeys and memories.

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Did you know that in the Fulani Mbororo many of people, particularly women and children, lack birth certificates and access to adequate health care?

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For over 70 years, UNESCO has worked tirelessly to safeguard cultural heritage around the world. During week 2 of UNESCO's General Conference, the UNESCO Courier invites you to take a special look into how culture transcends boundaries to create more peaceful societies. For more: #UNESCOCourier #IChoosePeace #unescoGC
History in the making! On 19 November, UNESCO is organising the Forum of Ministers of Culture for the first time in 21 years. Ministers from all corners of the world will come together to discuss the importance of culture to development. Taking place during the UNESCO General Conference 2019, this Forum will promote the role of cultural policies in creating sustainable futures for everyone, everywhere. Learn more about this historic event here: #unescoGC #IChoosePeace #Culture4Development
Human activity has transformed the Earth -- and many scientists believe that we are entering a new geological epoch, the Anthropocene, with humans being the driving force. What does that mean exactly? Are we facing the Sixth Extinction and can we still save our planet? Get more details and answers in the The Unesco Courier : #UnescoCourier #Anthropocene #ClimateAction