First edition of Dialogue and Inclusion Series features global advocate against child slavery, Kailash Satyarthi
The results of the first edition of the World Tales Short Story Competition are here!
In 2020 UNESCO together with the Idries Shah Foundation launched the World Tales Competition and invited teenagers from all over the world to share their unique perspectives on global challenges from climate change to racism and all forms of discrimination With the aim to foster creative thinking in favor of tolerance intercultural dialogue solidarity compassion and peace the theme of the Competition was Once upon a time in my future
From mindset to policies - the importance of inclusion of young persons with disabilities in the Caribbean - #iRespectU Interview
UNESCO launches Fit for Life Photo Contest
To celebrate the launch of the Social and Human Science Sectors new sportbased flagship Fit for Life UNESCO is organizing a photo contest to promote equality empowerment and inclusion through sport Fit for Life will unite private and public sector stakeholders through sport to tackle contemporary crises in physical inactivity mental health issues and inequalities Sport has the power to convince convene and activate It is a tool to build physical mental and societal resilience deliver values education and promote intercultural dialogue In a time of compounded inequalities and rising racism where communities have been devastated by the impacts of COVID19 sport offers a productive pathway to rebuild our societies based on inclusion human connections and collective wellbeing The Fit for Life photo contest is an opportunity for young people around the world to submit entries which illustrate the power and potential of sport as a driver of equality empowerment and inclusion