VOICES UNESCO in Asia and the Pacific, December 2012

Issue 40 | ISSN: 2075-5147

Police-specific newspaper to strengthen literacy
Newspaper and magazines for Afghan police new literacy learners are published and disseminated across the country on a regular basis as part of a UNESCO project. The publications include police-specific and reader-friendly topics such as human rights, gender equality and child protection.

Photo of the Month


UNESCO Bangkok organized an HIV/AIDS Exhibition and a Condom Art Competition among its staff to celebrate the World AIDS Day on 1 December 2012 to strengthen commitments to achieve an AIDS-free world.



UNESCO – PACADE Newsletter, No. 4, December 2012
UNESCO Islamabad's Newsletter, Special Edition dedicated to Malala Yousafzai


Resource Pack for Implementing Parenting Education Programme: A Working Document


» Regional Conference on Social Protection: Perspectives and Policies, Kerala, India, 12 - 15 December 2012

» Workshop on the Implementation of the 2003 Convention at the National level, Beijing, China, 13-20 December 2012

» International Migrants Day: Media Launch of UNESCO-UNICEF Publications on Internal Migration, Delhi, India, 18 December 2012


More in this issue

• Southeast Asia » Involving in environmental conservation: Join Sandwatch!

• Cambodia » Developing HIV prevention and sexuality education curriculum

• Papua New Guinea » Community participation needed to preserve local heritage

• Thailand » Finding an alternative path in vocational study

• Uzbekistan » TV broadcasting in Uzbekistan under review


Learning out of the board and beyond

This video won UNESCO Bangkok's Asia-Pacific Film/Article Contest: "Better Learning, Better Life".


Gender drawing contest deadline extended: 31 January 2013



VOICES UNESCO in the Asia-Pacific, an electronic newsletter published monthly, covers UNESCO programme activities in Asia and the Pacific. All articles are free of copyright restrictions, unless otherwise indicated, and may be reproduced subject to an appropriate credit annotation.

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