All winning works of HPA2015 are available to be viewed online now!

May 26, 2016 - Humanity Photo Awards(HPA), NEWS, What’s new at Association? - Post by: WfpaEdit No Comments

HPA9CG-14172-09From the winning photo series of HPA2015-Runway Childhood, by Md. Khalid Rayhan Shawon (Bangladesh)   After text editing and uploading in a few months, all the winning works of Humanity Photo Awards2015 can be viewed on CFPA’s official English website right now, including the Grand Award, the Jury’s Special Award, the

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UNESCO’s News in May:Artistic Freedom & Creativity Key for Sustainable Development – Irina Bokova with Nordic Culture Ministers

May 26, 2016 - NEWS, What’s new at Association? - Post by: WfpaEdit No Comments

2016news1Cultural policies which ensure freedom of expression and promote creativity are essential for a country’s long-term development. This was the main theme of a debate on 2 May, between UNESCO’s Director-General, Irina Bokova and six Nordic culture ministers, marking the start of this year’s World Press Freedom Day events in

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UNESCO’s News in May:UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova on Importance of New Sustainable Development Goals

May 26, 2016 - NEWS, What’s new at Association? - Post by: WfpaEdit No Comments

2016newsOn May 19, Irina Bokova spoke at an international conference on the Sustainable Development Goals, organized in Sofia by the President of PanEuropa – Bulgaria, Gergana Passy, the Director of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation for Bulgaria, Regine Schubert, and the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy Berlin. Addressing an audience of diplomats,

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UNESCO’s News in April: Executive Board Strengthens UNESCO to Lead 2030 Agenda

April 25, 2016 - NEWS, What’s new at Association? - Post by: WfpaEdit No Comments

2016NEWSThe Executive Board of UNESCO Friday ended its 199th session with the adoption of decisions concerning UNESCO’s programmes and management. The session was led by Executive Board Chairperson, Ambassador Michael Worbs, Permanent Accelerating the reform of the Organization was a key result of deliberations at the Executive Board – to

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UNESCO’s News in April: UNESCO-China Project Advances ICT in Teacher Training in 8 African Countries

April 25, 2016 - NEWS, What’s new at Association? - Post by: WfpaEdit No Comments

The achievements and lessons learned of a project to advance ICT in teaching training in Africa will be shared at a meeting at UNESCO Headquarters, Paris on 19 to 20 April, 2016. The concluding meeting on the UNESCO-China-Funds-in-Trust (CFIT) Project “Harnessing Technology for Quality Teacher Training in Africa” will be

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UNESCO’s News in March:World Heritage and Gender Equality

March 23, 2016 - NEWS, What’s new at Association? - Post by: WfpaEdit No Comments

2016news2Cover: Ranger Xaverine Mwamini Biriko, Virunga National Park (Democratic Republic of the Congo). It is increasingly recognized that culture has an essential role to play as a driver of sustainable development, contributing to the eradication of poverty and enhancing social inclusion. Culture helps to define people’s identities and determines the

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