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UNESCO Aug 5
To hate, to racism, to discrimination, we say NO MORE! Stop watching from the sidelines. It's time to speak up and take action. Together, let's ! ▶️
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Millions of adolescent girls around the world may never have the chance to continue their education due to ripple effects from . and share why we can’t let that happen—and how we can support girls to keep learning:
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Forest Whitaker Aug 6
If we choose to make it a priority in our own lives, we can all — I’ve joined a global campaign with voices from all around the world, unified with one message: speak up and take action against racism.
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Sunday is - a time to celebrate indigenous communities & their contributions to our world. Use to join the conversation.
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has disrupted the schooling of 90% of students on the planet. The future of an entire generation is at stake. We cannot and must not fail this generation. To , we must make sure that !
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World Health Organization (WHO) Aug 6
Join our new challenge & protect your loved ones from . To break the chains of transmission, we must also: -Keep physical distance -Keep cleaning your 👐 -Keep away from big crowds -Keep covering your 👄&👃 when & cough 𝗗𝗼 𝗶𝘁 𝗮𝗹𝗹!
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Let's to combat disinformation. Let's to combat misinformation. Let's to combat the lack of information. Read about the impact of infodemic in Africa in the :
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UNESCO Aug 6
For women trapped in abusive situations, could unlock new choices to leave by freeing them from economic dependence. 's new report looks at ways to strengthen social protection during :
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UNESCO Aug 6
Pre-primary, secondary & especially tertiary education will likely experience the highest dropout rate due to . “These findings emphasize the urgent need to ensure for all” says . Read more:
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UNESCO Aug 6
What we share online can have consequences in the real world. So please, pause and .
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WHO EMRO Aug 5
A plane carrying 20 tonnes of supplies just landed in Beirut, 🇱🇧, to support treatment of patients suffering from injuries & burns as a result of yesterday’s massive blast. The supplies will cover 1000 trauma interventions & 1000 surgical interventions for patients.
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António Guterres Aug 6
75 years since the atomic bombings of Hiroshima & Nagasaki, the nuclear menace is growing once again. We must confront this existential threat & pursue a nuclear weapon-free world. We owe this to the victims of the past & future generations.
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CTBTO Aug 6
The 75th anniversary of the atomic bombings of and comes at critical moment. Many global values and principles are under scrutiny and past gains towards a more stable & peaceful world risk being reversed, says CTBTO Head .
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UNESCO Aug 6
Our thoughts are with the victims of the horrific explosion in , their families & friends, and with all the people of . We stand in solidarity with the Lebanese people in these tragic & challenging times. We must help. We will help.
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UNESCO Aug 5
Never forget the victims, never forget History. On the 75th anniversary of the atomic bombing of , let's recall and reaffirm our commitment to 🕊️.
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UNESCO Aug 6
school closures have highlighted a major digital divide. We must ensure that education systems are more flexible, equitable & inclusive. Read the new policy brief by :
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UNESCO Aug 6
Epidemics & pandemics are not new phenomena. They have all left their deadly mark on human history. Bur have also led humans to question themselves, and often result in positive change. The current pandemic is no exception. ℹ️:
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UNESCO Aug 6
Our thoughts are with the victims of the horrific explosion in , their families & friends, and with all the people of . We stand in solidarity with the Lebanese people in these tragic & challenging times. We must help. We will help.
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United Nations Aug 5
"The UN & I will continue to work with all those who seek to achieve our common goal: a world free of nuclear weapons." -- marking 75 years since the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.
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UNESCO Aug 6
Replying to @Camb_Ed
Thank you for being on board and contributing to make sure that ! 🙌
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