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
Climate Change: UNESCO Commits to a new approach to integrated fire management in the region
Latin American and Caribbean UNESCO Sites Climate Change Risk and Resilience Platform builds capacity on integrated fire management
How can Latin American and Caribbean indigenous languages be preserved?
There are over 7000 languages spoken globally of which nearly 6700 are indigenous languages 40 of them are at risk of disappearing at an alarming rate