San Lorenzo de Almagro will wear UNESCO's logo on its jersey
UNESCO and Club Atlético San Lorenzo de Almagro of Argentina strengthen their partnership unique in the region to promote inclusion gender equity and lifelong learning through sport
How to enhance professional collaboration between law enforcement agents and journalists in Latin America?
UNESCO hosted a webinar in the Latin American region to address the relationship between law enforcement agents and journalists with respect to the maintenance of public order while upholding the fundamental rights to freedom of expression and access to information
Youth committed to water and the environment
UNESCO and the Ministry of Environment of Uruguay organized a cleanup day in coastal areas and a workshop in place focused on concepts about the risk of plastic and microplastics in the environment
Youth engaged with the oceans: these are the three projects acknowledged by National Geographic!
The challenge Comprometidos Engaged with the oceans in alliance with National Geographic which promotes youth fighting the challenges faced by the oceans is now finished
Argentina consolidates training in the fight against illicit trafficking of cultural property
The seventh edition of the capacity building sought to strengthen the skills of police and customs officials
Paraguay progresses in the protection of its underwater cultural heritage
The country passes a national protocol aimed at guiding the interventions on underwater cultural heritage thanks to the technical assistance provided by UNESCO
Myths about the COVID-19 vaccines: how can verified content be used to combat disinformation?
PortalCheck the regions first digital hub established by UNESCO and Chequeado to combat pandemicrelated misinformation at the regional level has entered a new phase with the goal of empowering citizens on vaccines
Bioethics, an ally to guide conflicts in unequal societies
A new edition of the International Congress of the REDBIOÉTICA UNESCO invites you to resort to this discipline to provide solutions to social economic political and environmental situations in contexts of inequality and poverty in the region
How has the pandemic impacted youth?
United Nations Launches Second Targeted Survey of Youth in Latin America and the Caribbean in the Context of the COVID19 Pandemic
International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples: An Inclusive Celebration
Approximately 45 million indigenous people live in Latin America and the Caribbean accounting for 8 per cent of the population but they speak over 500 indigenous languages and are stewards of some of the most biodiverse territories of the planet For many indigenous peoples cultural heritage language indigenous knowledge of the environment and knowing how to live well are all connected
Covid-19 and vaccination in Latin America and the Caribbean: challenges, needs and opportunities
UNESCO publishes a document that generates more evidence on the production access and distribution of vaccines in the region with the aim of improving existing vaccination policies applying a human rights open science and ethical standards approach
COVID19 VACCINES: challenges, weaknesses and opportunities in the region
UNESCO presented the report Covid19 and vaccination in Latin America Challenges Needs and Opportunities which delves into the production access and distribution of vaccines in Latin America and the Caribbean In addition a debate was held in which the main challenges that the region must take on were identified
Climate Emergency: How Can Art Transform This Challenge?
Art Partner one of the most important creative agencies in the world announces together with UNESCOs Regional Bureau for Sciences in Latin America and the Caribbean the launch of the youth art contest CreateCOP26 within the framework of the UN summit which aims to raise awareness and inspire the climate debate