The project will focus on Tacloban City and the municipality of Palo in Leyte
UNESCO dianggap menyimpang dari prioritas global untuk kesetaraan gender
The head of the UN's cultural agency says, 'This new destruction deepens the wounds of a society already affected by an unprecedented humanitarian tragedy'
Watch the commemoration of this year's World Press Freedom Day in Jakarta, Indonesia
'UNESCO again accepted an absurd resolution yesterday about the status of Jerusalem – the capital of the Jewish people for 3,000 years,' Netanyahu says at the opening of a cabinet meeting
Pada 1-4 Mei 2017, Indonesia dipercaya menjadi tuan rumah perayaan Hari Kebebasan Pers Sedunia dengan mengangkat tema, “Berpikir Kritis di Masa Kritis: Peran Media Mempromosikan Kedamaian dengan Masyarakat yang Aktif dan Terbuka”.
A massive study produced by UNESCO encourages journalists to train themselves in digital security, educate the public, and advocate for institutional changes
Setiap 3 Mei diperingati sebagai Hari Kebebasan Pers Sedunia. Rappler dan UNESCO memberikan lokakarya kepada 20 mahasiswa dan jurnalis muda
UNESCO chief Irina Bokova: 'Where does the responsibility lie for ensuring that fact-based debate is not stifled?'
Jakarta akan menjadi tuan rumah peringatan Hari Kebebasan Pers Sedunia pada 1-4 Mei 2017
The selected photographs will help to raise awareness on the working conditions of journalists
A local airline will offer flights from Clark to reduce total travel time to the popular tourist destination
The UN organization vows to add the country's Wood Buffalo National Park to its 'list of world heritage in danger' if corrective measures are not taken quickly
Civil defense offices will rehearse the relaying of tsunami warnings for large quakes off the coasts of Chile and Peru, Colombia and Ecuador, the Philippines, the Solomon Islands, Tonga and Vanuatu
The UN's cultural agency has reacted with outrage, calling the fresh destruction a 'war crime' and 'cultural cleansing'
For centuries, Aleppo was Syria's economic and cultural powerhouse, but now most of the city is in ruins after years of savage conflict
'This is the first time that countries, organizations, experts and donors have come together to protect the property of humanity and to provide the means to achieve it'
Nimrud, which is classified as a UNESCO world heritage site, is retaken from the Islamic State
Most deaths – 59% over the last two years of the 2006-2015 report – happen in conflict zones. During that period, 78 of the 213 journalists killed (36.5 percent) were in Arab States.
(3rd UPDATE) The text has infuriated Israel by referring throughout to the Al-Aqsa mosque compound in east Jerusalem's Old City only by its Muslim names: Al-Aqsa and Al-Haram al-Sharif
Japan suspends this year's contribution totalling 4.4 billion yen ($42 million)
The APEC ministers agree on the need to develop international cooperation programs and strategic partnerships that will 'provide economies with the capacity to increase their competitiveness and improve youth employability'
The bridge is undergoing 'an internal system upgrade' and it is unclear when it will reopen
The sites include the so-called qanat water systems in Iran, the Zuojiang Huashan rock art cultural landscape in China and the archaeological site of Nalanda Mahavihara in India
According to the latest report on the implementation of the RH law, the education department has not yet developed the minimum standards of comprehensive sexuality education that schools should comply with
Candidates include 350-million-year old fossils and works by Franco-Swiss architect Le Corbusier
Education Secretary Armin Luistro says the number of dropouts due to senior high school could range from 200,000 to 400,000 students
'Recent experience in Australia had shown that negative commentary about the status of World Heritage properties impacted on tourism,' says the Australian Department of Environment
For many women and girls in developing countries, menstruation increases their risk of infection and makes them vulnerable to bullying and teasing
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says French support for a UNESCO resolution on Jerusalem casts doubt on the impartiality of its Middle East peace initiative, a claim Paris denies
A new interactive facility, Mt. Hamiguitan Natural Science Museum, showcases the wonders of this beautiful Unesco world heritage site
The vulnerable sites include Australia's Great Barrier Reef, Peru's Machu Picchu, and the US' Grand Canyon Natural Park
Ospek jangan hanya dijadikan momen pengenalan kampus dan segregasi senior-junior saja
(UPDATED) Syria's military turn their attention to other ISIS-held towns as they push towards Raqqa, the jihadists' de facto capital
(6th UPDATE) Syrian President Bashar al-Assad hails the victory as an 'important achievement,' while UN chief Ban Ki-moon says he is 'encouraged' by Palmyra's recapture
Vigan City, famous for its old Spanish-style houses and cobblestone streets, considers sustainable transportation an important part of its heritage conservation and preservation
Syria's ancient city of Palmyra, seized by the Islamic State group in May 2015, is an archeological treasure that was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1980
Albay becomes the 3rd biosphere reserve in the Philippines, areas cited as prime examples of sustainable development and biodiversity
The status is conferred during a two-day meeting in Lima that ended Saturday, March 19, bringing the total number of biosphere reserves to 669 across 120 countries
Education in the Philippines and Southeast Asia is generally equal for boys and girls – until they reach secondary education
Timbuktu, founded in the 11th century, was 'one of the great centers of Islamic learning in the world, a center of civilization at a time when Europe was in the dark ages'
The incident occurs on Tuesday night near the fortress in Derbent, which claims to be Russia's oldest city
Ninety-two UNESCO member states voted in favor, with 50 against and 29 abstentions. Kosovo needed 95 votes for its bid to succeed.
UNESCO has warned several times that any exploration for oil in the park would be 'incompatible' with its heritage status
The massacre, often referred to as the 'Rape of Nanjing', is an exceptionally sensitive issue in the often-tense relations between Japan and China, with Beijing charging that Tokyo has failed to atone for the atrocity
Irina Bokova says the UN's scientific and cultural body will make every effort to ensure that the perpetrators of the destruction are brought to justice
Irina Bokova says the UN's scientific and cultural body would make every effort to ensure that the perpetrators of the destruction are brought to justice.
The recycling project of a women’s group is not only providing livelihood, it is also helping Tawi-tawi's green sea turtles thrive
The Albay Green Economy has catapulted the province into the center of the Philippine tourism boom says it governor
About 1,500 fossils are found deep in a cave system outside Johannesburg, hidden in an underground chamber only accessible via several steep climbs and rock crevasses