Comoros celebrates successful outcomes of UNESCO intangible cultural heritage project
Students learn about traditional pottery making at the closing ceremony for the UNESCOADTCA project to safeguard intangible cultural heritage ©UNESCOKaralyn Monteil
Science, ethics and responsibility, focus of the World Science Forum
The scientific community gathered at the World Science Forum to focus on the ethical problems scientists face and on the responsibility of researchers for the consequences of their scientific results In the 21st century ways of separating the scientific method from values beliefs and opinions are no longer selfevident and the complex realities of science call for a greater consensus in the ethical principles of scientific research The Forum brings together scientists policymakers and industry from over 100 countries in Budapest Hungary from 20 to 23 November 2019 to share experiences and reflect on the future of science
Comoros establishes a National Committee for Intangible Cultural Heritage.
© UNESCODjabhana Said Ibrahim