Only 1.9% of Global COVID19 Vaccine doses have been administered in Africa


Only 1.9% of global #COVID19 vaccine doses have been administered in #Africa so far.

The only way out of its pandemic is to #RecoverTogether#VaccinEquity

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UNESCO Media and Information Education programme for educators and learners


La réponse à la désinfodémie nécessite une combinaison de compétences en matière d’information, de médias et de technologies numériques, à savoir l’éducation aux médias et à l’information (EMI).L’UNESCO et ses partenaires ont lancé la deuxième édition du programme d’éducation aux médias et à l’information de l’UNESCO pour les éducateurs et les apprenants. #PenseAvantDePartager#MILCLICKS

The response to disinfodemia requires a combination of information, media and digital technology skills, i.e. media and information education (EMI).UNESCO and its partners launched the second edition of the UNESCO Media and Information Education programme for educators and learners. #ThinkShare#MILCLICKS

Are we politically correct bunny-huggers or serious about a better future for everyone? — Inside track


Boris Johnson has a talent for grabbing the media’s attention with an eye catching turn of phrase. Most recently, at Joe Biden’s climate summit, he was keen to stress that tackling the climate crisis is not a “politically correct green act of bunny-hugging”. Unsurprisingly, the media picked up on the line. This is not the […]

Are we politically correct bunny-huggers or serious about a better future for everyone? — Inside track

Can universities survive the uncertainty of COVID-19? — World Education Blog


The financial model that held up many of the world’s largest universities is under threat. The pandemic has put the fees associated with university degrees in question. Online courses are a far less attractive – and less value for money – alternative to in-person tuition. Many students may simply no longer afford the cost of […]

Can universities survive the uncertainty of COVID-19? — World Education Blog

Mother Tongue Film Festival (Online) — Center for Intercultural Dialogue


The Smithsonian Institution’s Mother Tongue Film Festival celebrates cultural and linguistic diversity by showcasing films and filmmakers from around the world in Washington, DC, until May 31, 2021. Through digital storytelling, the festival amplifies the work of diverse practitioners who explore the power of language to connect the past, present, and future. Since 2016, the annual […]

Mother Tongue Film Festival (Online) — Center for Intercultural Dialogue

Free sample articles newly available from International Journal of Tourism Policy


Free sample articles newly available from International Journal of Tourism Policy https://buff.ly/2IpIpxQ

Camel library brings books to children in Pakistan desert


#Pakistan#Desert#Books

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