As part of a series of 6 webinars promoted by the ICOM Sustainability Working Group to address Agenda 2030, and in collaboration with CAMOC, the International Committee for the Collections and Activities of Museums of Cities, this webinar gathered museum professionals from different countries to discuss how museums can and are contributing to make cities […]

Read more

ICOM’s intervention for the UNESCO International Conference “The fight against illicit trafficking in cultural property: for a strengthened global dialogue” (14 September 2021). The Head of Department for Heritage Protection, Sophie Delepierre, discussed ethical provenance, the ICOM Red Lists and the importance of inventories. Read more on the actions of ICOM to protect heritage: https://icom.museum/en/our-actions/ […]

Read more

“Education allows you to have a voice to step up to the challenge”, says young Qatari Dana Alanzy. Watch the full documentary produced by UNODC and UNESCO about the power of Education for the rule of Law to prevent crimes. #RuleOfLaw #Education4Justice #DohaDeclaration #E4J #CrimeCongress #SDGs #YouthCanMoveTheWorld. View full documentary at https://youtu.be/vJOfA3nGoVc source

Read more

“At the age of 14 or 15-years-old, I didn’t know about my rights”, says young Afghani Rahmatullah Hamdard. Watch the full documentary produced by UNODC and UNESCO about the power of Education for the rule of Law to prevent crimes. #RuleOfLaw #Education4Justice #DohaDeclaration #E4J #CrimeCongress #SDGs #YouthCanMoveTheWorld. View full documentary at https://youtu.be/vJOfA3nGoVc source

Read more

The COVID-19 pandemic brought unprecedented educational disruption with 1.2 billion children and youth impacted by school closures. Yet, despite these challenges, there is hope. This documentary focuses on the power and agency of youth. It is developed under the framework of the long-term partnership between UNESCO’s Global Citizenship and Peace Education and UNODC that bridges […]

Read more

In 2017, UNESCO’s section of Global Citizenship and Peace Education and UNODC formed a partnership with the goal of bridging the justice and education sectors to ultimately guide young people towards building strong, just and democratic societies. In this video, the voices of youth are heard, and their sentiments echoed by world leaders, policy makers, […]

Read more

The director of the V&A gives the keynote speech at the Museums Association Conference and Exhibition 2012. Find out more at: http://www.museumsassociation.org source

Read more

A recent UNESCO-ICFJ survey showed that 73% of the women journalists surveyed reported having faced online violence while doing their job. They are often targeted in coordinated misogynistic attacks. This violence harms women’s right to speak and society’s right to know. To tackle this increasing trend, we need to find collective solutions to protect women […]

Read more

Une récente enquête de l’UNESCO et du ICFJ a montré que 73% des femmes journalistes interrogées ont déclaré avoir été confrontées à la violence en ligne dans l’exercice de leur métier. Elles sont souvent la cible d’attaques misogynes coordonnées. Cette violence porte atteinte au droit des femmes de s’exprimer et au droit de la société […]

Read more

The chief curator at Historic Royal Palaces and BBC broadcaster Lucy Worsley addresses the Museums Association Conference and Exhibition in Liverpool 2013. Find out more at: http://www.museumsassociation.org source

Read more