UNESCO is behind an emergency bid to protect these natural marine wonders, 29 of which are on the agency’s protected World Heritage list
The United Nations began a monitoring mission on the Great Barrier Reef Monday, assessing whether the World Heritage site is being protected from climate change as it suffers further widespread ...
The business model of the news media is ‘broken’ and with it, our fundamental right to information is at risk, a new UNESCO report examining global trends in freedom of expression warns.
The report calls for governments to keep to their promise of providing one year of pre-primary and 12 years of primary and secondary education free for all
Prime minister Sheikh Hasina returned home on Sunday morning, wrapping up her two-week visit to the United Kingdom and France
Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday urged the world community to forge a strong partnership for common good of global humanity amid the current Covid-19 situation
Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday morning left Bangladesh for the United Kingdom and France on a two-week visit to attend the COP26 world leaders’ summit and a few other events
The prime minister on 1 November will address the key segment of the COP26, the UK hosted in Glasgow
Development of education does not imply constructing high rise buildings. It rather implies bringing all children under education programmes and making them sound citizens.
Tian Xuejun called on Bangladesh to submit SEA, EIA and impact of industries on the World Heritage Site reports, to be completed within August following the operational guidelines of the World ...
The environment, forest and climate change ministry of Bangladesh submitted a progress report, stating that the coronavirus pandemic has delayed meeting full conditions set by the 43th session
Kathleen Ferrier, chair of the Netherlands UNESCO commission and former member of parliament, Laetitia van den Assum, former Dutch diplomat and a member of Kofi Annan commission, and Jan van Zanen, ...
Although the government has formed a committee, the organisation has questioned its neutrality. Most of the members of this committee are former bureaucrats of the ministry