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Geography & Geology : The trouble with sea cucumbers

FAO report says overfishing putting sea cukes at risk
Under pressure: sea cucumbers around the world are overfished.

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News : UNESCO Office in Rabat launches second phase of online training on FOSS for Arab countries
Posted by niccosan on 2008/10/9 12:40:00 (1536 reads)

A new series of online training on FOSS in Arabic and French starts today and inscriptions are open for registration. It has been set up by UNESCO’s Office in Rabat in cooperation with ISESCO, the association and the Moroccan Department of Post, Telecommunications and New Technologies.

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News : Ecuador: 10 million mobile phones at the service of development
Posted by niccosan on 2008/9/19 12:40:00 (1582 reads)

The workshop on “Humanizing technology for rural development” was recently co-organized by UNESCO, InfoDesarrollo Network and IICD in Riobamba, Ecuador.

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News : Morocco organises its first Memory of the World workshop
Posted by niccosan on 2008/9/11 12:40:00 (1527 reads)

UNESCO's programme aiming at preservation and dissemination of valuable archive holdings and library collections worldwide organises a workshop on 12 September 2008 in Rabat, Morocco.

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News : UNESCO's Abdul Waheed Khan: ICT to shape the future of education and learning
Posted by niccosan on 2008/9/11 12:40:00 (2124 reads)

Global Knowledge Partnership (GKP) has published an exclusive interview with Abdul Waheed Khan, UNESCO’s Assistant Director-General for Communication and Information, in which he shares his insights on education and the role of ICT for socio-economic development.

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News : joins UNESCO's Open Training Platform
Posted by niccosan on 2008/7/17 12:40:00 (1659 reads) is a community of people and organizations committed to increase the social and economic impact of telecentres around the world. It now joins the Open Training Platform (OTP), a UNESCO-powered hub to free and open learning for development. Both and OTP are the Flagship Partnership Initiatives of the United Nations Global Alliance for ICT and Development (GAID).

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News : Training journalists to report on HIV and AIDS
Posted by niccosan on 2008/6/16 12:40:00 (1622 reads)

The first regional HIV and AIDS training-the-trainers workshop for journalists took place in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, from 9 to 13 June. This five-day training activity was organized by the Central Asia AIDS Control Project (CAAP), in cooperation with the UNESCO Office in Almaty. Its objective was to prepare Central Asian reporters to run workshops for their colleagues on the coverage of HIV and AIDS related subjects.

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News : New study estimates 151 000 violent Iraqi deaths from start of the conflict
Posted by niccosan on 2008/1/10 9:40:00 (1661 reads)

Geneva/Baghdad - A large national household survey conducted by the Iraqi government and the World Health Organization estimates that 151 000 Iraqis died from violence between March 2003 and June 2006.

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News : Museums as culture center and economic fly off
Posted by niccosan on 2007/12/10 13:00:00 (1602 reads)

What is a museum? It is that tedious and boring place where we are told to admire a "fantastic" collection that most of the time we don't even understand what we are looking at. Wow, how interesting! It is a place where our teachers, our parents or our companions bring us to acknowledge, when all we would want is something totally different, like a football match on television. This is a common thought among people, among the non scholars, because museums in the past have been dead places.

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News : Governments to Consider New CITES Trade Controls
Posted by niccosan on 2007/2/28 1:50:00 (1884 reads)

New rules also proposed for elephant ivory and dozens of threatened plants and animals

The Secretariat of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) has published a provisional scientific and technical assessment of some 40 new government proposals for amending wildlife trade rules. Governments will accept or reject these proposals at the next triennial CITES conference, to be held in The Hague from 3 to 15 June.

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News : Aboard shrimp trawlers, a quiet revolution
Posted by niccosan on 2006/11/23 1:50:00 (10418 reads)

23 November 2006, Rome.
FAO-run project reduces environmental impacts - effort featured in BBC documentary

23 November 2006, Rome - Shrimp -- a small animal with a giant-sized footprint.

It is the world's most sought-after seafood commodity: some 3.5 million tons of the many-legged delicacy are pulled from the ocean's waters each year, with another 2.4 million tons raised on aquatic farms.

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