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  • Early childhood care and education the forgotten link claims new report published by UNESCO
    26-10-2006 1:00 pm - (Press Release No. 129-2006)
    gmr_71.jpgLatin America and the Caribbean leads the developing world in the provision of pre-school education, according to the annual Education for All Global Monitoring Report*, published by UNESCO today. However, despite well-documented benefits for child development and well-being, the Report finds that this area remains the forgotten link in the education chain in many regions, and that half the world’s countries have no early childhood care and education policy for children under age three. More

  • Cultural diversity, doping in sport and bioethics on the agenda of UNESCO’s General Conference
    15-09-2005 12:00 pm - (Media Advisory N°2005-56)
    UNESCO’s supreme decision-making body, the General Conference, which meets every two years, will hold its 33rd session from October 3 to 21 at the Organization’s Headquarters in Paris. The session coincides with UNESCO’s 60th Anniversary celebrations and a special ceremony will take place on October 5. More
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    • 05-01-2009 - The Director-General of UNESCO reiterates UN Secretary-General’s appeal for a cessation of all violence in Gaza and southern Israel and calls for the protection of educational and cultural institutions


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