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  • 03.08.12:

    Sport empowers girls - Promoting gender equality through sport in the Asia-Pacific

    The video highlights the role that sport can play in connecting girls and inspiring a future, which was the theme of International Women’s Day 2012. UNESCO Bangkok jointly with Bangkok Prep School and Duang Prateep Foundation organized a friendly mixed football match: “Only Girls Can Score”. Teams won by valuing and supporting their female team mem...

  • 20.06.12:

    Documentary: Human rights do not depend on HIV-status

    To break stereotypes and change the perception of society about HIV infection and people living with HIV in particular, Public Fund "Aurora" with support of UNESCO in Almaty and the Republican AIDS Center has produced two new documentary films: “The First Touch” and “The Second Touch” – the stories intend to help viewers understand their risk of be...

  • 19.06.12:

    Drinking Water, a Major Health Issue (Cambodia)

    Education for sustainable development means learning to stay healthy. Nearly 1.5 billion people lack access to safe drinking water. In Cambodia, an organization assists them in setting up simple solutions. It carries out education campaigns to raise awareness of health risks. Hence with better living conditions, there are fewer sick people.

  • 11.06.12:

    The Gender Agenda: Making HIV Responses Work for Key Affected Women and Girls

    UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education joined forces with the Asia Pacific Interagency Task Team on Women, Girls, Gender Equality and HIV (IATT) and the Unzip the Lips campaign ( to produce a short video on women most at risk of, and most affected by, HIV in the Asia Pacific region. The video highlights the needs a...

  • 15.05.12:

    การจัดการกับทัศนคติเชิงลบต่อเกย์และคนรักร่วมเพศในสถานศึกษา: ตัวอย่างที่ดีในประเทศไทย

  • 14.05.12:

    Addressing homophobia in and through schools: Promising examples from Thailand

    Every day, students around the world are denied the basic right to education because of bullying in school. Bullying particularly affects students who are perceived as not conforming to prevailing sexual and gender norms, including those who are believed to be lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT). On the International Day Against Homophobi...

  • 15.04.12:

    Logurkaq - Trailer

    According to the Akha tradition, the birth of twins bodes extreme ill fortune. Thus, in the past, twins were killed at birth. Bugeu and Buga are twins born in an Akha village in Thailand. To circumvent the tradition, the girls are separated at birth. Buga grows up in the city with her blood-related uncle (Amae) and sells flowers in bars and restaur...

  • 05.04.12:

    Creativity and Entrepreneurship in Education

    This video gathers voices from speakers and participants at the 15th APEID Conference: "Inspiring Education: Creativity and Entrepreneurship", 6-8 December 2011 in Jakarta, Indonesia.

  • 06.03.12:

    Getting to ZERO - UNESCO's HIV work in Mongolia

    Dedicated to World AIDS Day 2011 in Mongolia, UNESCO Beijing has produced a 25 minutes film on "Getting to ZERO". Its main objectives are to raise public awareness on HIV and AIDS, to emphasize the importance of everybody's participation in halting the epidemics, to showcase related work of UNESCO and other UN agencies in Mongolia, and to highlight...

  • 28.02.12:

    Global Partnership for Oceans

    Oceans are under stress. The Global Partnership for Oceans is a growing alliance of governments, international organizations, civil society groups, and private sector interests that will mobilize knowledge and financial resources to address threats to ocean health, resilience and productivity.

  • 17.02.12:

    Post-Flood Recovery of the Ayutthaya World Heritage Site

    Tim Curtis, chief of Culture unit, UNESCO Bangkok, talked to Asean TV about the Ayutthaya World Heritage Site after the 2011 floods in Thailand. In the interview he answers on the initial damage assessments, explores mid and long-term requirements of the site's integrity and sheds light on the planning and management needs for the site preservation...

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