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  • 05.07.16:

    'Temple of Dawn' Community Learning Center Transforms Women's ...

    A community learning center located at Bangkok's iconic Wat Arun (Temple of the Dawn) offers young Thai women from impoverished backgrounds one-year scholarships to study nursing at a local university, while learning meditation and life skills at the temple.


    Here are some scenes from the CLC and the story of one former graduate who says the year...

  • 14.06.16:

    Migrant orphans find a home and hope at Thai-Myanmar border

    More than a decade ago, a Myanmar couple opened a home and their hearts to abandoned and orphaned children, many of them migrants, in Mae Sot, Thailand.

  • 25.02.16:

    UNESCO Bangkok Director Gwang-Jo Kim on Thai Channel 3’s ASEAN Checklist

    February 23, 2016

  • 19.02.16:

    Mother Tongue Based Multilingual Education in Cambodia

    Mother tongue based multilingual education (MTB-MLE) is making a tremendous difference in the lives of minority language learners in Cambodia. Created for International Mother Language Day 2016, this video highlights some of the benefits of the MTB-MLE approach in ensuring that when it comes to education, no child is left behind.

  • 08.02.16:

    UNESCO Educational App on Freedom of Expression

    What is free speech, why does it matter, what are its limits and what can each of us can do to protect and defend it? In the mobile application developed by Naresuan University for UNESCO Bangkok, users can learn, play mini-games and test their knowledge on freedom of expression as stated in Article 19 of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rig...

  • 02.12.15:

    APMED2030, Asia-Pacific Meeting on Education 2030, 25-27 November 2015, Bangkok, Thailand

    UNESCO Bangkok asked delegates at APMED2030 to share their thoughts on the new global education agenda. Here's what Education 2030 means to those who will be making it a reality in Asia-Pacific.

  • 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

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