Latest UNESCO News

New window gallery showcases local artists day and night
Continued detention of staff in Yemen
Detention of United Nations and non-governmental organization personnel in Yemen
Reconstructing heritage after war: what we learned from asking 1,600 Syrians about rebuilding Aleppo
UniSC tops Queensland for global impact on climate action and zero hunger
Thousands of young people share scientific questions once again this year in the Great Science Share for Schools
Motorola Expands Indigenous Languages Support With Addition of Ladin
Embracing New Technologies for Cultural Preservation in Ukraine – Serhii’s Journey
Japanese Delegation Investigates Investment In Geelong
Julie Goodwin and Annabel Crabb among the guest speakers at Bendigo Writers Festival
Celebrating 10 years of pest eradication at Macquarie Island
Beatlemania Returns To Adelaide Town Hall
101-year-old Mary Is Unstoppable Force For Good
Entries Now Open For 2024 Premier’s Design Awards
Remote Scottish archipelago provides valuable insights for Aussie heritage sites
Wearable devices can now harvest our brain data. Australia needs urgent privacy reforms
Popular Library Stands Out For Distinctive Design
Protect Ningaloo takes gulf fight to German saltworks backer’s HQ 
Underwater cultural heritage: why we’re studying ‘orphaned objects’ to work out which shipwrecks they came from
UN Women statement for the International Girls in ICT Day 2024
UN Women statement for the International Girls in ICT Day 
Queensland votes yes for bold 75% cut to climate pollution
UNVEILING UNIQUELY AUSTRALIAN EXPERIENCES BY FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SYDNEY
Challenging harmful masculinities and engaging men and boys in sexual and reproductive health
Creative Elements At Ballarat Heritage Festival
‘Worst I’ve seen’: new footage shows Reef bleaching in deeper waters from record marine heatwave 
Greens call for full transparency of Great Barrier Reef covert mission
City Launches Café Galleries Program
China’s universities just grabbed 8 of the top 10 spots in one worldwide science ranking – without changing a thing
Geelong Hosts International Diplomats
Hobart celebrates with TasWriters and Tasmania Reads Week
Tasmania’s tall eucalypt forests will be wiped out by heatwaves unless we step in to help them
Council Adopts Plan To Drive Tourism Growth
Screen Australia is pleased to announce the appointment of Grainne Brunsdon as Chief Operating Officer
The Great Science Share for Schools granted patronage of the United Kingdom National Commission for UNESCO in 2024: A Milestone in Science Education
South Australia Locks In Five More Years Of WOMADelaide
First Reef mass coral bleaching event under Albanese Govt – world is watching
Next Step In Murujuga World Heritage Nomination
UNOSAT 2023 Year in Review: Fostering Resilience and Innovation Worldwide
Australia must slash greenhouse gas emissions to protect Reef after latest coral bleaching 
Binna Burra Lodge to rise from ashes
Creatives invited to apply for Cafe Galleries program
Helping New Caledonia’s coral reefs survive climate change
Manchester recognised as UNESCO City of Lifelong Learning
Empowering Women in Science: UNOSAT’s Impactful Work in Geospatial Analysis 
Sustainability boost with $50,000 in Clean Economy Grants awarded
UN expert calls for more sustained reforms to prevent threats and killings of journalists and activists: Philippines
Geelong Design Week exhibition Deakin project wins prestigious international award