Dominica setting the bar by allocating 5.1% GDP for Education sector development

Education is the key that can transform lives not only by knowledge but also by making a difference in the community. UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) highlighted that 250 million children and youth are out of school and it is necessary to address an issue.

UNESCO Caribbean hosts meeting aiming at safeguarding intangible heritage, maintain identity of nation’s communities 

UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) Caribbean has organized a meeting revolving around the discussions for the whole Caribbean region. The Caribbean National Commissions for UNESCO meeting in Curacao is going live, and will end today.

Bathsheba Beach, an authentic magical place in Barbados

The Bathsheba Beach in Barbados is the hidden gem is the perfect spot for a relaxing getaway due to its picturesque landscape and turquoise waters.

Caribbean digital creators to participate 1st time in PIDS- Enghien 2024

The five Caribbean digital creators are set to participate in France’s PIDS- Enghien 2024 Festival which is to be held in the city of Enghien-les- Bains from January 31 to February 3, 2024, funded by the European Union.

“School also belongs to me”,children deprived of education appeals

UNESCO shared a post which revealed an appeal by the children deprived of education which is due to child labour. And, the right to education belongs to every child around the world.

“There is only one planet and no Planet B,” states UNESCO, emphasizes biodiversity preservation

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) raises awareness for a better future through the collective efforts to restore and protect the incredible biodiversity.

UNESCO highlights Creative Caribbean Project for teacher training

(UNESCO), in the Caribbean highlights The Creative Caribbean Project aiming at supporting the training of primary level teachers in the Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) curriculum in Trinidad and Tobago.

UNESCO reports: 430 Million Metric Tonnes of Plastics are produced each year

UNESCO states that the huge amount of plastic generating in a year is a threat to the biodiversity. For its preservation, the actions are required.

Sheroes Academy contributes towards Gender Equality, recognizes UNESCO Caribbean

Sheroes Academy Caribbean showcased its contribution towards Gender Equality through social media advocacy campaign "Leaving no one behind."

UNESCO reports: 62% of countries lack laws on climate education

The GEM Report provided the insight about the need of climate education in 62% countries as stated by UNESCO. And, Caribbean region is dedicatedly working towards it.

Grenada’s traditional wooden boatbuilding in Intangible Cultural Heritage List 

UNESCO added traditional wooden boatbuilding in Carriacou and Petite Martinique of Grenada as one of 23 elements in the Intangible Cultural Heritage list.

End violence against women and girls, says UNESCO Caribbean

A campaign ‘16 days of activism against Gender-Based Violence’ was introduced by UNESCO for the prevention of the violence against women and girls. This even is the widely seen human rights violation across the globe.