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25 September 2020 Kyrgyzstan: University-based Learning of Community Media Specialists in response to COVID-19
6 August 2020 UN Secretary-General warns of education catastrophe, pointing to UNESCO estimate of 24 million learners at risk of dropping out
3 August 2020 UNESCO IITE is looking for an individual home-based consultant
23 June 2020 2020 Global Education Monitoring Report - Inclusion and education: All means all - Virtual launch
1 June 2020 UNESCO invites young people to share their stories on their response to the COVID-19 pandemic
22 May 2020 3000 staff members from multi-graded schools in Kazakhstan were acquainted with preventive and control measures on COVID-19 in schools
13 May 2020 Call for cases: Innovative literacy learning and education for refugees, migrants and internally displaced persons
12 May 2020 The Second UNESCO Webinar on Education Sector Response to COVID-19 in Central Asia
12 May 2020 New guidelines provide roadmap for safe reopening of schools
4 May 2020 International Institute of Online Education co-launched online to support remote learning in developing countries
23 April 2020 23 April - World Book and Copyright Day
15 April 2020 UNESCO Little Artists Exhibition: Call for artwork!
24 January 2020 Republican Forum "A New Perspective on Education", dedicated to the celebration of the 2020 International Day of Education
24 January 2020 UNESCO supports the development of online education in schools in Kyrgyzstan
20 December 2019 Teacher trainers learnt how to develop design-thinking skills to implement projects for sustainable development