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24 April 2018 Message from Ms Audrey Azoulay, Director-General of UNESCO on the occasion of the International Jazz Day
12 April 2018 An online platform for intercultural dialogue launches in Central Asia
16 March 2018 Uzbekistan: the fourth training session on non-news programming for journalists
7 March 2018 Child marriage allowed in 20 countries impeding the right to education, says UNESCO on International Women’s Day
2 March 2018 Media landscape of Kazakhstan: Practices and Effects
19 January 2018 Improving Multilingual and Multicultural Education in Central Asia
6 October 2017 Schoolchildren celebrated World Environment Day and World Teachers’ Day in Almaty
29 June 2017 “II UNESCO Clubs Academy of Creative education” was held in Almaty in the framework of the Year of Youth
2 November 2016 Safety of print and online journalists in the access to information process
24 September 2016 Central Asian Educators learn Sustainable Development Principles and Global Citizenship
23 April 2016 World Press Freedom Day in Central Asia 2016: Access to Information and Fundamental Freedoms: This Is Your Right!
12 December 2015 Training on “Integrated water resources management” course for university teachers from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan
3 July 2015 Central Asia Symposium Fostering an Enabling Environment for Teacher Innovation: From Policy to Practice
17 October 2014 Open Educational Resources become basis for partnership of musical libraries from Independent States
10 October 2014 The workshop on “Reducing violence, stigma and discrimination in educational institutions”