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Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn of Thailand graciously accepted to be the UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador for the Empowerment of Minority Children through Education and through the Preservation of their Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2005. It is a great honour for UNESCO to publish the keynote address given by Her Royal Highness at UNESCO’s 60th anniversary celebrations in Bangkok on the theme “Including the Excluded: Building on UNESCO’s First 60 Years” in Including the Excluded: A Lecture by Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador for the Empowerment of Minority Children through Education and through the Preservation of their Intangible Cultural Heritage.

Stage for Change - An Artist's Guide to Gender, Sexuality, HIV & AIDS Advocacy details an intensive training course offered to performing artists to develop new advocacy knowledge, skills and experiences and aims to provide practical ideas and technical tips to those involved in issues on gender, sexuality and HIV & AIDS.

Asia Conserved Vol. 1: Lessons Learned from the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards for Culture Heritage Conservation  showcases best conservation practices achieved by winning projects of the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards programme. The projects encompass a range of building typologies, from fortified palaces to vernacular residences, ornate houses of worship to utilitarian factories, elegant engineering works to urban districts.

Using a Literacy Module for Household Surveys: A Guidebook presents a series of questions that examine literacy levels and gather information about the use of literacy skills in daily life.

The Asia-Pacific Education System Review Series has been developed aiming to summarize what is known, based on research, about selected contemporary policy issues relating to the national education systems of countries in the Asia and Pacific region.

Documentation of the Traditional Children's Games in South-East Asia consists of over 90 local games from Cambodia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, and Thailand. It is designed to provide school teachers alternative class activities and to encourage children to use those games in their own playgrounds.

The Parenting Education Guidebook is designed to provide essential, practical information about early childhood care and education for all caregivers, including parents, grandparents, siblings and community members. The Guidebook is divided into an introduction section and nine booklets.

Embracing Diversity: Toolkit for Creating Inclusive Learning-Friendly Environments promotes and provides guidance on how to create an inclusive, learning-friendly environment, which welcomes, nurtures, and educates all children regardless of their gender, physical, intellectual, social economic, emotional, linguistic, or other characteristics.

Reaching the Unreached in Education in Asia-Pacific to Meet the EFA Goals by 2015: A Commitment to Action is a compilation of policy recommendations and strategies for the Asia-Pacific region and its sub-regions for reaching the unreached in education to meet the EFA goals by 2015.