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A UNESCO “Peer Exchange on Experiences Collecting Cultural Indicators in the Africa Region: Case studies from Kenya & Zimbabwe” was organised for the Ministry of Arts and Cultural Heritage of Mauritius on 15 September 2021 by the UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa in partnership with the UNESCO Institute of Statistics.
To help us achieve the vision of Let’s Create, we will publish a series of Delivery Plans over the next decade. These will set out in more detail the steps we will take to deliver Let’s Create and how we will resource them. The first Delivery Plan covers 2021-24. Its a live document, which we’ll be adding to and updating over the coming months and years.
If you are among the more than 14 million Australians currently in lockdown, you may find yourself routinely checking the latest streaming releases, or perhaps watching reruns of your favourite 90s sitcom to escape the stresses of pandemic life.
This document is presented in compliance with 40 C/Resolution 37, in which the General Conference invited the Director-General to submit to it, at its 41st session, the draft text of a recommendation on the ethics of artificial intelligence in accordance with the Rules of Procedure concerning recommendations to Member States and international conventions covered by the terms of Article IV, paragraph 4, of the Constitution.
Hoy se lanzó Globalpolicy.ai, el cual sirve como portal para el observatorio mundial de inteligencia artificial desarrollado por la UNESCO en cooperación con siete importantes organizaciones internacionales que trabajan en diferentes ámbitos de la IA.
Road to recovery?: Cultural Freelancers Wales Survey 2021 Are you a freelancer working in Wales in the creative sector? Or have you recently left the sector? Do you want to ensure that freelancers’ needs are represented and understood by government and funding bodies?