There are 100 volunteers from many provinces of Turkey the excavation of 3 thousand years of Zerzevan Catle located in Cinar district of Diyarbakir in Turkey and which is in the UNESCO World Heritage

Within the scope of the “Young Volunteers Project”, history is brought to light with the excavation work carried out with 100 volunteers at the 3,000-year-old Zerzevan Castle near the Çınar district of Diyarbakır. The castle, which was used as a military settlement before, is on the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List. Link


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UNESCO Partners with Community Radios in Ethiopia in Addressing COVID 19 Pandemic

UNESCO supported the Ethiopian Community Radio Network in establishing a digital information-sharing platform that facilitates instant information access on COVID 19. This is in partnership with the Ministry of Health, the UN Communication Group, and other relevant bodies with a view to leverage on their reach estimated to over 25 million people in the country. […]

Council of Europe publishes new Report on gender equality and media

A new analytical Report looking at the current legal and policy situation regarding gender equality and media has been jointly released by the Council of Europe’s Gender Equality Commission and Steering Committee on Media and Information Society. The report concludes that some progress took place at the level of national legislation and media regulations. It […]