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In a letter to UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova, the First lady of China and UNESCO Special Envoy for Advancing Girls’ and Women’s Education Peng Liyuan, called on the international community to “make every effort&
A Philippine lawmaker on Monday said he wants the 5th day of October to be officially declared as National Teachers' Day in appreciation of the country's esteemed educators. Rep. Teodorico T. Haresco, Jr. of Aklan Province
Islamic radicals swept in and tore them apart as totems of idolatry, along with other symbols of the fabled city. Now that the jihadists are gone, having been chased off by a French military intervention last year, masons are working to restore the
Local personnel will also be trained to ensure lasting preservation. Timbuktu was an economic, intellectual and spiritual capital and a centre for the propagation of Islam throughout Africa during the city's golden age in the 15th and 16th centuries.
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Andris Piebalgs, European Commissioner for Development, and the Director of UNESCO’s office in Bamako, Lazare Eloundou Assomo, today signed an agreement to fund the restoration of cultural heritage in Timbuktu, in Mali.
Lepage, 26, was a freelance photographer who published her work in numerous media, including Liberation, Le Parisien, Le Monde, Time, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal. In 2012, she moved to South Sudan
Speaking to the "Global Education for All Meeting" in Muscat, Oman, she said the response to acts such as the abduction a few weeks ago by Boko Haram militants, is to provide every girl and boy with quality education. "We must never tire in
Dodging electrocution, drowning and even crocodiles, the Thai virtual hero of a new mobile game called "Flood Fighter" aims to educate children across Asia about the perils posed by Mother Nature. More than 800 people, including dozens of children,
Say So There are plenty of ways to celebrate Mother's Day this Sunday...Mediterranean in particular, where knowledge is typically passed from mother to daughter as having an intangible cultural heritage. The problem is that these traditions, in