Friday, January 20, 2017

UNESCO New Delhi

UNESCO New Delhi Cluster Office is pleased to announce the results of the UNESCO Photo Contest 2016 #Science4Sustainability. The contest was organized as part of the social media campaign, #Science4Sustainability to promote science education and research to empower people to design the solutions they need. Read More...
Brushes and pencil in hands, children unleashed their talents as part of the second edition of the Art Camp for Children with Disabilities. UNESCO Culture Sector in partnership with UN Volunteers, Saksham Trust and Delhi Viklang Adhikar Manch welcomed 95 children between the age of 6 to 16, from 10 special schools on Friday for a morning dedicated to art and self-expression.Read More...
UNESCO New Delhi Cluster Office has moved into its own premises at: UNESCO House, 1 San Martin Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi 110021. The office is next to Jesus and Mary College and right beside the Kathak Kendra. Read More...
The workshop organized by UNESCO Delhi and Goa's Directorate of Art and Culture on 20-21 August 2016, brought together decision makers, artists and civil society and was a starting point for attempts to lay the foundations for re-modelling cultural policies countrywide. Read More...
There are many science centres and museums celebrating World Science Day this week, with activities ranging from treasure hunts to science lectures, or special science movie screenings. Read More...
UNESCO’s G.I.F.T.E.D. Women newsletter celebrates the outstanding achievements and contributions of women engaged in making a difference in terms of advancing ideas for gender equality, social justice and human well being.Read More...
Films are undeniably one of the most popular forms of entertainment and information. India is one of the biggest producers and consumers of cinema in the world. While the majority is able to enjoy the films in a normal manner, there are an estimated 5 million people with visual or hearing impairment who never had the opportunity to enjoy films. Read More...
In this GYM Update, you will find information on ITC-ILO’s Labour Migration Academy, UNESCO’s GIFTED Women Newsletter, IIHS’s free online course on Sustainable Cities and more...
In this GYM Update, you will find information on new UNESCO publication on migration, a vacancies announcement from UNESCO New Delhi, a call for articles from Forced Migration Review and more...
This newsletter is produced by the Division of Public Information, and it covers UNESCO news and activities in the New Delhi Cluster countries. All articles are free of copyright restriction, unless otherwise indicated, and may be reproduced subject to an appropriate credit annotation.

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