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10 July 2020 UNESCO organizes the first of a series of online trainings on distance learning solutions for Central Asian countries
10 July 2020 Webinars on Journalism, "Fake news" & Disinformation
1 July 2020 The first UNESCO online training on distance learning solutions and tools in the Central Asian region
18 June 2020 Education stakeholders and media representatives discuss the role of education and digital citizenship in countering disinformation and hate speech during pandemic
1 June 2020 UNESCO, UNICEF and WHO support Central Asian countries in planning and managing the reopening of schools
19 May 2020 Organization of examinations and e-assessment in the context of distance learning: Estonian and other country experiences
30 April 2020 The Vice Ministers of Education in the Central Asian countries agreed on common challenges in distance learning
27 April 2020 Registration for ETTC in Almaty is now open
30 March 2020 Call for Volunteers to Become a Part of UNESCO's Project on Empowerment of Rural Youth in Kazakhstan
27 March 2020 Distance learning solutions
25 March 2020 UNESCO’s education measures in response to COVID-19
12 March 2020 Take part in a UNESCO survey on the role of teachers in creating a safe and non-violent educational environment: make your opinion count!
6 December 2019 Teachers: Changing lives
20 November 2019 Kazakhstan Universities and Mass Media Support Gender-Sensitive Approach in Journalism
28 September 2019 Tajikistan: Media and Information Literacy Training for Journalists