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6 December 2021 UNESCO Almaty launched a new EU-funded project on strengthening competency-based education and ICT-enabled STEM and VET education and teacher training in Tajikistan
6 December 2021 Vacancy: National researchers positions in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan (for each country individually)
19 October 2021 Central Asian Symposium on Education Highlights the Crucial Role of Teachers
7 May 2021 Call for nominations for the 2021-2022 UNESCO-Hamdan Prize for Teacher Development
31 March 2021 UNESCO Resources for the World Heritage Studies
Webinar for the Secondary School Teachers
16 February 2021 Celebration of International Mother Language Day at UNESCO
25 January 2021 International Day of Education 2021
21 December 2020 UNESCO awards leaders in promoting Education for Sustainable Development in schools of Kyrgyzstan
22 October 2020 UNESCO launched a training of trainers course on distance education for professional lyceums in Kyrgyzstan
29 September 2020 UNESCO IITE is looking for an individual home-based consultant in Uzbekistan
29 September 2020 UNESCO IITE is looking for an individual home-based consultant in Kazakhstan
6 August 2020 UN Secretary-General warns of education catastrophe, pointing to UNESCO estimate of 24 million learners at risk of dropping out
3 August 2020 UNESCO IITE is looking for an individual home-based consultant
23 June 2020 2020 Global Education Monitoring Report - Inclusion and education: All means all - Virtual launch
1 June 2020 UNESCO invites young people to share their stories on their response to the COVID-19 pandemic