VOICES UNESCO in Asia and the Pacific, November 2012

Issue 39 | ISSN: 2075-5147

Young filmmakers celebrate World Day for Audiovisual Heritage
Cambodian filmmakers showed their short films on domestic violence, human trafficking and social media to celebrate the Day. They also talked about their inspirations for the films and the difficulties they faced.



Asia-Pacific youth share their dreams: the education we need 

UNESCO asked youth in the Asia-Pacific: What is learning of good quality and what skills will be needed for the future?



Asia Pacific Region UNESCO Publications Catalogue 2011
This catalogue presents all publications produced by the 14 UNESCO Field Offices in Asia and the Pacific in 2011.


EFA Goal 4: Youth and adult literacy (Asia-Pacific End of Decade Notes on Education for All)
This book is the fourth volume of the Asia-Pacific End of Decade Notes on Education for All. It covers the EFA Goal 4 on youth and adult literacy.


» Media training workshop for Government officials in Myanmar, 19-23 November 2012, Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar 
»Workshop on the Implementation of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Convention, 19-23 November 2012, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia 
»The 16th UNESCO-APEID International Conference, 21-23 November 2012, Bangkok, Thailand
»Sub-regional workshop “Elaborating Nominations to UNESCO Intangible Heritage Lists”, 21-24 November 2012, Samarkand, Uzbekistan
» A high-level expert meeting on ‘Beyond 2015 - Rethinking Learning in a Changing World’, 26 – 28 November 2012, Bangkok, Thailand


More in this issue

• Australia » Research on culturally diverse arts and expressions

• Indonesia » Protecting natural sites in danger in tropical rainforests

• Kazakhstan » Human rights do not depend on HIV status

• Pakistan » Education report on youth and skills

• Samoa » Preserving traditional customs with patience

• Tashkent » Improving use of freshwater supplies in urban areas 


Celebrity talk and mini-concert for non-formal education students aimed at empowering and motivating them to never stop learning and developing themselves. 


Winners of UNESCO Award of Excellence for Handicrafts 2012

Photo of the Month



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