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UNESCO pushes sex-ed globally, courtesy of LGBTQ lobby

UNESCO pushes sex-ed globally, courtesy of LGBTQ lobby

Image taken from UNICEF Review of Comprehensive Sexuality Education in Thailand (Drawing 5) NEW YORK, January 19 (C-Fam) The UN Educational, Scien ...

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UNESCO chief denounces murders of two Pakistani journalists

The head of the United Nations agency tasked with defending press freedom today denounced the murders of two Pakistani journalists and expressed alarm over the continued deteriorating security of journalists in the country.

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UNESCO chief calls for investigation into death of Honduran journalist

The head of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) today called for an investigation into the killing of Erick Martínez Ávila, a Honduran journalist and gay rights activist.

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UNESCO chief urges probe into killing of Nepali journalist

The head of the United Nations agency tasked with defending press freedom today deplored the killing a Nepali journalist and called for a full investigation into his death.

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UNESCO chief deplores slayings of another two Brazilian journalists

The head of the United Nations agency tasked with defending press freedom today condemned the murders of two Brazilian journalists earlier this month and called for thorough investigations of the killings.

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UNESCO chief condemns latest murder of journalist in Somalia

The head of the United Nations agency tasked with promoting and defending the freedom of the press today condemned the murder of a journalist in Somalia and called for measures to improve the safety of media professionals in the Horn of Africa country.

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UNESCO chief stresses need for innovation to ensure quality, equitable education

The head of the United Nations agency tasked with promoting education today underscored the role that information and communications technologies can play in ensuring quality education and equal opportunities to learning even in countries that lag behind because of limited resources.

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UNESCO chief regrets United States decision to withhold funding

The head of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) today voiced regret over the decision by the United States to withhold its dues to the agency, saying that reduced funding will affect its ability to implement crucial programmes in education, support for ...

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Interview: What Does UNESCO Do In Central Asia?

The U.S. cutoff of funds to UNESCO could affect the UN agency's programs in Central Asia. RFE/RL correspondent Charles Recknagel spoke with Laura Kennedy, a program specialist in UNESCO's coordinating office for Central Asia in Almaty, about what the organization does in the region. ...

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