Latest UNESCO News

Give gift of travel: seabourn launches “black Friday sale” to kick off holiday season
Geelong set to host UNESCO Cities of Design for 2021 subnetwork meeting
On Data Protection and Privacy in COVID-19 Response
CODE Souvenir Geelong to showcase local makers
Applications open for Aboriginal heritage grants
Return of Mexican cultural heritage
Indigenous knowledge influences seagrass restoration
City releases draft International Relations Policy for community comment
Artist expedition captures recovering Blue Mountains swamplands
Austrade regional market update on impact of COVID-19 21 October
Milestone Moment: Mastercard’s Girls4Tech Reaches 1 Million Girls in 30 Countries
Bendigo region wins national recognition in delicious. magazine
Foundation Day 2020 marked by tribute to our University community
Milestone Moment: Girls4Tech Reaches 1 Million Girls in 30 Countries
A testing time for an ever-present danger
Tsunami exercise: A testing time for an ever-present danger
Biodiversity is a bulwark for people, societies, economies and food security
A second Emmy win for Australian Human Rights Institute Artist in Residence Lynette Wallworth
Accor brings first Fairmont property to Australia
Australia must ensure water justice for all: expert
On International Access to Information Day 2020
COVID-19 pandemic: countries urged to take stronger action to stop spread of harmful information
UNESCO Recognition for Ballarat’s Cultural and Creativity-Led Response to COVID-19
Delivering a healthy environment and liveable Sunshine Coast
Why plumbers and teachers should have a say on designer babies and genetically enhanced potatoes
Minister orders EPBC assessment for Lake Malbena
Voucher Up in Freo
World heritage expert praises Central Victorian Goldfields
World heritage expert praises significance of central Victorian goldfields
A new look for Kingston supports tourism and heritage
AIATSIS Building Name Maraga celebrates Ngunnawal Language
World heritage expert praises significance of Central Victorian Goldfi
Distinguished musician receives Sir Bernard Heinze Memorial Award
Wilding pine control efforts ramp up
Conservationists warn UNESCO of ‘alarming’ move to weaken protection [for World Heritage sites]
Australia appoints new ambassador to Morocco
93% say no to AGL gas import project at Crib Point
Local Jobs First – Builder Appointed For Geelong Arts Centre
Spanner crab export pioneers named #eatqld Champion
Joint statement – World Heritage Tentative listing celebrated on-country
Patrick Roberts Made National Geographic ‘Explorer’
Fremantle Prison benefits from $1.6 million in WA Recovery funds
AGL Crib Point gas project an unacceptable risk
2 in 5 schools around world lacked basic handwashing facilities prior to COVID-19 pandemic – UNICEF, WHO
Hall of Fame a prized gift for Country Music Capital
New global industry standard on mine tailings aims for zero harm
Bendigo Invention + Innovation Festival to bring optimism to fore
Milestone for Tasmania’s unique historic sites