22 Feb, 2017

Central America Universities Address Illict Trafficking In Cultural Property

From UNESCO During the month of February 2017, the UNESCO Office in San José, Cost Rica, is organizing university lectures to raise awareness among students in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama on the need to protect cultural heritage from looting and trafficking. Under the title "Illicit Traffic in Cultural Property in Central

22 Feb, 2017

France and Canada Endorse Safe Schools Declaration

From UNESCO On 21 February 2017, UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova commended the French and Canadian governments for endorsing the Safe Schools Declaration, an international political commitment to protect students, teachers, schools and universities from attack in times of armed conflict. This brings the number of signatories to 59 countries. France is the first permanent member