BrazilSociety

UNESCO: 85% of journalist murders remain unsolved

Brazil had 44 journalists killed. From 2006 to 2019, 1,167 journalists were murdered in 63 countries and 15% of cases were resolved or closed. According to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco), which presented the data to mark the…
SocietyWorld

11 million girls won't return to school after Covid-19

Eleven million girls face being unable to return to school even after coronavirus restrictions are lifted around the world, UNESCO head Audrey Azoulay said Thursday during a visit to the Democratic Republic of Congo. “We worry that in many countries the closure of…
MacaoSociety

UNESCO asks for clarification on buildings near the Lighthouse

UNESCO says it has asked China for clarification on issues raised by the Guia Lighthouse Safeguard Group. Concerned, “the construction of tall buildings in the vicinity” of the lighthouse, a monument classified by UNESCO as a world heritage site This is what is read…
MacaoPolitics

Macau government says payment of debts to UNESCO is ongoing

The payment of the debt of around 25,000 Macau patacas to UNESCO is being processed. Two-year contributions to the United Nations are overdue, but the MSAR paid an equal amount for the World Heritage Cities Organization’s annual fee. It is uncertain when it will be…