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  • 20.11.15:

    Rethinking Education through Imagining Future Scenarios

    As part of its efforts to rethink education, UNESCO Bangkok in partnership with Chulalongkorn University’s Department of Lifelong Education organized the workshop, “Rethinking Education through Imagining Future Scenarios, a Futures Literacy KnowLab from 2 to 5 September 2015, at Chulalongkorn University’s Faculty of Education in Bangkok. In this vi...

  • 16.11.15:

    9th UNESCO Youth Forum - Global Recommended Actions

  • 16.11.15:

    You Are Loved

    Every day, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) learners in the Asia-Pacific region are denied the basic right to education because of violence and bullying in school. You are Loved speaks directly to LGBTI youth facing these challenges, offering inspirational messages of support, encouragement, and love.

  • 16.11.15:

    Bias & Bullying: Voices from Asia-Pacific classrooms

    Far too many lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) youth face bullying, violence and discrimination at school. Bias and Bullying features the voices of those impacted by this abuse who tell of the toxic effects it can have on individuals as well as entire education systems.

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  • 10.11.15:

    World Science Day for Peace and Development 2015

    Message from Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO on the occasion of the World Science Day for Peace and Development November 10, 2015

  • 21.10.15:

    UNESCO award for conservation of Thrissur Vadakkumnathan temple

    Kerala State news via AsiaNet News Network on the Award of Excellence given for the Conservation of the Sree Vadakkunnathan Temple in Kerala State in this year's UNESCO Asia-Pacific Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation (Note: Broadcast in Malayalam without English subtitles)

  • 20.10.15:

    From Upstream to Downstream, Thailand Responds to Climate Change

    This video from Asian Development Bank outlines how a new approach to integrated water resource management in Thailand is tapping into local knowledge to protect the country from increasingly severe flooding. At 3.19 in the video, UNESCO Bangkok Director Gwang-Jo Kim discusses UNESCO's partnership with ADB to develop a flood risk mitigation plan fo...

  • 20.10.15:

    "What education for what world? " Fernando Reimers at UNESCO Bangkok

    On 16 October, 2015, Professor Fernando Reimers of Harvard University's Graduate School of Education and Professor Eleonora Villegas-Reimers of Wheelock College held a special seminar at UNESCO Bangkok on the topic of “What education for what world? Preparing globally competent learners”.

  • 05.10.15:

    Teachers Matter

    A trusted teacher can be a lifeline of support for a young learner subjected to bullying or exclusion at school.

  • 11.09.15:

    Celebrating International Literacy Day 2015 in Thailand

    Three videos capture International Literacy Day celebrations in Thailand as well as the spirit of promoting the power of reading and writing that makes the occasion so important worldwide.

  • 03.09.15:

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

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