COVID-19 | Response to crisis

As the global lead on Education, Culture, Sciences (Natural and Human Sciences) and Communication and Information, UNESCO has put in place number of programs to support direct response to COVID-19 crisis. Read more

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25 October 2021 Supporting young people's mental health during the COVID-19 crisis in Central Asia
11 October 2021 Call for Projects
“UNESCO-Aschberg programme for artists and cultural professionals”
27 September 2021 Discover the Winners of the 3rd edition of the UNESCO "Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads" Photo Contest
20 September 2021 UNESCO Second High-Level Forum on Museums 2021
6 July 2021 Korea Cubically Imagined: BTS at immersive UNESCO exhibition demonstrating digital technologies’ potential for the creative industries
30 June 2021 How to ensure safe schooling during the COVID-19 pandemic: High-level Meeting to be hosted by WHO/Europe, UNICEF and UNESCO
23 June 2021 UNESCO x NOC RK: STAY HEALTHY, STAY STRONG, STAY ACTIVE
22 June 2021 UNESCO World Heritage Committee session to be hosted by China after a one-year hiatus
17 June 2021 A Bright Future for Sustainable Education in Kyrgyzstan
4 June 2021 New Project of UNESCO Almaty for Digital Literacy Development and Promotion of Gender Equality in Cultural and Creative Sectors in Central Asia
17 May 2021 21 May: World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development
30 April 2021 Alma-Ata+29: Regional Forum to Celebrate World Press Freedom Day 2021
20 April 2021 Registration for the online course on developing creative and innovative thinking skills
20 April 2021 Global partnership offers course on journalistic coverage of COVID-19 vaccine
1 April 2021 Central Asian Scriptwriting Lab (CASL) – Call for Applications Extended to 8 April 2021 for the Representatives of Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan