Theme: Youth

Announcements

Consultants required to support content coordination and special projects development at Teenslive.am youth media in Armenia

12 April 2021

UNESCO IITE Unit for ICT in Health Education invites interested specialists to submit their applications for consultancy in supporting educational and communication efforts at Teenslive.am project (communities on Facebook and Instagram) in the… Read more Consultants required to support content coordination and special projects development at Teenslive.am youth media in Armenia

News: IITE and partners in action

International Conference “Protection of the adolescent health and development in context of COVID-19 crisis”

5 December 2020

The international conference Protection of the adolescent health and development in context of COVID-19 crisis was held online on 26-27 November 2020.  Tigran Yepoyan and Alexandra Ilieva of UNESCO IITE’s Unit… Read more International Conference “Protection of the adolescent health and development in context of COVID-19 crisis”

News: IITE and partners in action

UNESCO IITE and UNAIDS launch interactive TV series for Kyrgyz youth about school, living with HIV and fighting for justice

16 November 2020

School Elections, a new television series produced by the Media Kitchen studio with support from UNESCO IITE and UNAIDS, can be viewed online and on Kyrgyz national television starting on… Read more UNESCO IITE and UNAIDS launch interactive TV series for Kyrgyz youth about school, living with HIV and fighting for justice

Announcements

UNESCO invites young people to share their stories on their response to the COVID-19 pandemic

29 May 2020

My COVID-19 Story is an open invitation to all young people to share their stories by means of written testimonials or the recording of their own video. To amplify their voices further, UNESCO will share their stories through its social media channels, its website and its networks all over the world. Read more UNESCO invites young people to share their stories on their response to the COVID-19 pandemic