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  • 08.02.16:

    UNESCO Educational App on Freedom of Expression

    What is free speech, why does it matter, what are its limits and what can each of us can do to protect and defend it? In the mobile application developed by Naresuan University for UNESCO Bangkok, users can learn, play mini-games and test their knowledge on freedom of expression as stated in Article 19 of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

  • 03.09.15:

    Inside the News: Challenges and Aspirations of Women Journalists in Asia and the Pacific Event Launch

  • 08.05.13:

    Voices of Students on Freedom of Expression

  • 28.03.13:

    Woman in journalism - Jacqueline Ann Surin from The Nut Graph interview

  • 20.01.12:

    Lao Journalists Receive Training in New Media Production

    UNESCO Bangkok organized a workshop on "Sustainable Development Project for New Media Platform" with the Lao Press in Foreign Languages and the Lao Journalists' Association. The workshop aimed at training 22 IT journalists from the print, television and radio media in the use of new media. Lao Deputy Minister for Information and Culture, Prof. Dr. Bosengkham Vongdara, presided over the workshop. The workshop also comprised of representatives from relevant ministries and organizations.

  • 31.12.11:

    Video Competition to raise awareness in school about MOW Programme

    The video competition has been open to all participants of the MEMORY OF THE WORLD PILOT PROJECT ON CULTURAL AWARENESS held in Singapore, Thailand and the Philippines. Participants include both secondary faculty and their students in Singapore and Thailand and tertiary students in the Philippines. The competition aimed to engage students in raising awareness about the value of heritage, history and memory.

  • 02.12.11:

    Memory of the World Video Competition Award: Political Stage Looking Back on the Hello Garci Scandal (Philippines)

    A video competition to raise awareness in schools about the Memory of the World Programme in Asia- Pacific was organized for participants at the Memory of the World Pilot Project on Cultural Awareness held in Singapore, Thailand and the Philippines. More than 100 students told stories from their country and about people “in their own backyard”. Through this process, students showed creativity and ability to engage in preservation and promotion of heritage.

  • 02.12.11:

    Memory of the World Video Competition Award: The Memory (Thailand)

    A video competition to raise awareness in schools about the Memory of the World Programme in Asia- Pacific was organized for participants at the Memory of the World Pilot Project on Cultural Awareness held in Singapore, Thailand and the Philippines. More than 100 students told stories from their country and about people “in their own backyard”. Through this process, students showed creativity and ability to engage in preservation and promotion of heritage.

  • 02.12.11:

    Memory of the World Video Competition Award: Best Stamp (Thailand)

    A video competition to raise awareness in schools about the Memory of the World Programme in Asia- Pacific was organized for participants at the Memory of the World Pilot Project on Cultural Awareness held in Singapore, Thailand and the Philippines. More than 100 students told stories from their country and about people “in their own backyard”. Through this process, students showed creativity and ability to engage in preservation and promotion of heritage.

  • 02.12.11:

    Memory of the World Video Competition Award: Faces of Chinatown (Singapore)

    A video competition to raise awareness in schools about the Memory of the World Programme in Asia- Pacific was organized for participants at the Memory of the World Pilot Project on Cultural Awareness held in Singapore, Thailand and the Philippines. More than 100 students told stories from their country and about people “in their own backyard”. Through this process, students showed creativity and ability to engage in preservation and promotion of heritage.

  • 02.12.11:

    Memory of the World Video Competition Award: Street Corner Karma (Singapore)

    A video competition to raise awareness in schools about the Memory of the World Programme in Asia- Pacific was organized for participants at the Memory of the World Pilot Project on Cultural Awareness held in Singapore, Thailand and the Philippines. More than 100 students told stories from their country and about people "in their own backyard". Through this process, students showed creativity and ability to engage in preservation and promotion of heritage.

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