Together We Stand: UNESCO Initiatives in Asia-Pacific on the International Day for Tolerance (16 November)
Many initiatives undertaken by UNESCO share the core desires to foster tolerance and to promote the principle of “learning to live together”. Here is a small sampling of some of these initiatives.
UNESCO Bangkok’s Deputy-Director, Mr Etienne Clément, will move to Samoa to head UNESCO’s Office in Apia from 3 December 2013. We asked Etienne to reflect on his years in the Bangkok Office on both a professional and personal level as well as speak about his vision in the Pacific.
Social Inclusion of Internal Migrants in India
The document provides an overview of existing innovative practices that increase the inclusion of internal migrants in society and acts as a living document that would inspire and assist professionals and governments officials in their attempts to facilitate the social inclusion of migrants in India.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Safeguarding Lo Manthang and the cultural landscape of Upper Mustang (1-2 November 2013, Kathmandu. Nepal)
Science Film Festival 2013 in Cambodia: Sustainable Energy
(1-20 November 2013, Phnom Penh, Kompong Thom and Kampot, Cambodia)
Multilingual Education Forum: Speaking the Language of Change in Asia-Pacific (6-8 November 2013, Bangkok, Thailand)
Second Technical Training Workshop on Religion, Art and Cultural Statistics of Thailand (11-13 November 2013, Bangkok, Thailand)
Strategic Partner Meeting on Flexible Learning Strategies to Reach Out-of-School Children in Asia and the Pacific (14-15 November 2013, Bangkok, Thailand)
Regional Technical Workshop: National EFA 2015 Reviews in Asia-Pacific (20-22 November 2013, Bangkok, Thailand)
International symposium: Revisiting Kathmandu. Safeguarding living urban heritage (25-29 November 2013, Kathmandu, Nepal)
5th South and Central Asian MAB Network (SACAM) Meeting on Harmonizing Community Livelihood with Biodiversity Conservation (26 - 28 November 2013, Islamabad, Pakistan)