From an Iberoamerican perspective and with the support of UNESCO Montevideo the Centro de Producciones Radiofónicas and Radios Libres an audio exhibition featuring ten radio projects and an audio fanzine inviting us to embark on a creative journey to reflect on how radio fosters trust
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
The Director-General of UNESCO and the President of Mexico ratified compromises for sustainable development
International Congress of Endangered Languages at Risk begins in advance of UNESCO's High-Level Event
Traditional indigenous ceremony during the opening of the International Congress on Languages at Risk
Mexico, one of the countries with more activities on the World Radio Day
Indigenous radio station host