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UNESCO’s Forums organized in China to promote the implementation of ICT in Education

17 July 2017

Two separate International Forums on ICT in Education took place in the People’s Republic of China as part of the UNESCO-CFIT Project, focusing on the importance of ICT in Education and its indisputable potential to assist in the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4. In accordance with the Qingdao Declaration (2015), the International Forum on ICT and Education 2030 in Qingdao, and the Dujiangyan International Forum acknowledged that today’s world has made knowledge and familiarity with ICT essential for every girl and boy, woman and man. Considering ICT’s promotion in education as key for achieving the goals of Education 2030, the Forums presented a floor for lectures and discussions on the topic.

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UNESCO IITE co-organised the Global Expert Meeting “Multilingualism in Cyberspace for Inclusive Sustainable Development”

13 June 2017

The first-ever international forum to address the importance of multilingualism and linguistic diversity in the implementation of the sustainable development goals was successfully hosted in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russian Federation, from 5…

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Training seminar “ICT in teaching students with hearing impairments and students with communication and speech impairments“

17 May 2017

A training seminar “ICT in teaching students with hearing impairments and students with communication and speech impairments”, organized by UNESCO IITE jointly with International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus and Belorussian State Academy of Telecommunications (BSAT, Minsk) with the support of the Group of Companies “Istok-Audio”, took place in Minsk on May 15 and 16, 2017.

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