Access to Information

Globalization, while shaping a new era of interaction between nations, economies and people, may as well be disruptive, and engender side effects such as marginalization. It is up to international institutions and national authorities to find ways to counter such possible effects, particularly in the areas of access to information and knowledge, the spread of new information technologies and communication and development of multilingualism in cyberspace. Read more

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24 November 2020 UNESCO Launches Survey of Judicial Operators on AI and the Rule of Law
14 September 2020 UNESCO sounds the alarm on global surge in attacks against journalists covering protests
1 September 2020 UNESCO Almaty Needs YOU
1 May 2020 Colombian journalist Jineth Bedoya Lima to receive 2020 UNESCO/Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize
17 February 2020 UNESCO launches 2020 survey on public access to information
9 December 2019 Almaty Training on Fostering the Relationship Between Security Forces and Journalists
19 December 2018 Uzbekistan: Strengthening cooperation between media and law-enforcement institutions in Uzbekistan
11 October 2018 The First Meeting of the Working Group on Developing Online Curriculum to Mainstream Cross-Cutting Competences for Sustainable Development
28 September 2018 International Day for Universal Access to Information 2018
13 July 2018 Developing Online Curriculum on Education for Sustainable Development and the 21st Century Competences
28 September 2017 International Day for Universal Access to Information
8 July 2017 Multi-Stakeholder Consultation on Strengthening the Implementation of the UN Plan of Action on the Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity
17 May 2017 Training on media and information literacy of rural librarians in Kyzylorda
3 April 2017 Training workshop on creation of Community Media Centers and access to information in Kyzylorda
23 November 2016 Realization of the right to work for people with disabilities in Kazakhstan