Unesco endorsed the inscription of the Dry Forest in Ecuador

The United Nations Organization for Education, Science and Culture (Unesco) delivered the certificate that supports theregistration of Bosque Seco (Dry Forest by its Spanish name) in the World Network of Biosphere Reserves of the Ministry of Environment of Ecuador (MAE). At an...

Ecuador receives the Unesco King Sejong Literacy Prize

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) granted the King Sejong Prize to Ecuador for being one of the countries that have the most progress on the issue of literacy. This was announced by the Ministry of Education on September 8. The award...

Unesco program aims at quality education

Unesco launched the website ETHICAL to combat corruption in education systems, through a database that compiles the latest research on this problem. The portal aims to help training experts to prevent cases of fake diplomas, disappeared school materials, absent teachers or...

17 Ecuadorian artisans qualified for Unesco Prize

Seventeen artisans of the country were qualified for ‘Recognition to the excellence craft’, which will be awarded on October 29  by the United Nations Organization for Education, Science and Culture (Unesco). 179 applicants were enrolled in the process. This is the...

El Cajas recognized as a protected biosphere by the UNESCO

Through the social network Twitter, the International Committee of Biospheres of the Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization of the United Nations (UNESCO) accepted and approved, without observations, the declaration of the Massif of El Cajas as a World Environmental...

Multitudes go to Bethlehem to celebrate Christmas

Thousands of Palestinians and tourists gather this Monday in Bethlehem, West Bank to celebrate Christmas. The Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, Archbishop Fouad Twal, the highest Roman Catholic authority in the Holy Land will carry out his solemn entry into Bethlehem, West Bank an...
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Unesco Determines 26 New Heritages

Unesco has identified 26 new sites to the World Heritage List. Landscapes between the mountains and the sky in Rio de Janeiro entered the famous list, which now has a total of 962 sites. For the first time sites in Chad, Congo, Palau and the Palestinian National Authority, were...