Foundation Workshop for Myanmar Youth Stars, Young Key Affected Populations Network in Myanmar

On 6 - 9 April 2013, UNESCO in collaboration with Myanmar Youth Stars (MYS), is organizing a workshop in Yangon which will aim to set a good foundation for young key affected populations (YKAP) group to become a well-functioned...[details]

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TeachAIDS: award-winning, research-based, culturally-appropriate HIV prevention materials for free

TeachAIDS: Used in 70+ countries, with 250+ distribution partners, TeachAIDS provides award-winning, research-based, culturally-appropriate HIV prevention materials for free. Spun out of Stanford University in 2009, TeachAIDS...[details]

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Tackling stigma through creative media

Stigma takes years to form. Over an extended period of time, it deeply roots itself into society and can therefore be complicated and exhausting to uproot. With support from UNESCO Bangkok and in an attempt to address this...[details]

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Ministry of Education and Training and UNESCO Sign Agreement for 2013 Workplan

On 9 January, the Ministry of Education and Training and UNESCO signed a Letter of Agreement (LOA) outlining activities to be undertaken jointly between the two agencies in 2013 within the framework of the One Plan 2012-2016 and...[details]

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Training on Sexuality Education among Health Education Teachers from TVET Centers in Mongolia

UNESCO, the Mongolia Agency of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (ATVET), and the Adolescence Future Centre NGO conducted a training of trainers on Sexuality Education among health teachers from TVET centers in...[details]

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Voices Against Bullying in Thailand

As reflected in the Millennium Development Goals, the Dakar Framework for Action and the Yogyakarta Principles, bullying poses a significant threat to the universal right to education. Bullying is a recognized form of violence...[details]

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World AIDS Day 2012: UNESCO activities around the world

This December UNESCO will be conducting activities globally in observance of WAD. In Eastern Europe and Central Asia there will be an online prevention campaign that will reach two million young people. In Latin America there...[details]

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