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Spurious drugs: The story behind the story
Sarah Hodges, a historian by training recounts the tale of a ‘spurious drugs kingpin’ and his scandalous business empire of re-labelling and recirculating expired medicines in Chennai. At the time the story broke in the first half of 2010, questions of drugs safety dominated media headlines and pub...

-19 Mar 2019

Gender Mainstreaming in Teacher Education शिक्षक शिक्षामा लैंगिक मूलप्रवाहीकरण
Mainstreaming gender in teacher education is crucial to promote gender equality, without which quality education cannot be achieved.

-12 Mar 2019

Promising new directions for ending anti-LGBT bias and violence in schools
Dr. Byard will help us better understand the phenomenon of anti-LGBT violence and discrimination in schools, and to shed light on what measures can be adopted to create inclusive school environments for all.

-12 Mar 2019

Workshop on Preventing the Illicit Trafficking of Cultural Property held in Kuwait
UNESCO organized a workshop “Preventing the Illicit Trafficking of Cultural Property” in Kuwait, on 18 and 19 February 2019. The workshop was organized as part of the National Capacity Building and Awareness Raising Programme, under the project “Preservation and Promotion of Kuwait’s Cultural Herita

-12 Mar 2019

Reaching vulnerable populations with digital solutions
Despite advancements in the global literacy agenda, 750 million adults – two-thirds of whom are women – still lack basic reading and writing skills. The contribution of information and communication technology (ICT) to the achievement of youth and adult literacy – under the notion of ‘learning anywh...

-18 Feb 2019

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Bangladesh Goes to the Polls: A Street-side View
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