Conference and Presentation Model Curricula on Bioethics, Journalism and Public Policy

9 April 2016

On 11 April the Turar Ryskulov New Economic University in Almaty in cooperation with UNESCO Almaty held a grand opening of the International Week "Cultural co-creation: building bridges between countries".

The conference aims to integrate international space Kazakhstan science and education.

On the 3rd session on sustainable development goals and population of Central Asian countries, UNESCO Office in Almaty presented UNESCO Curricula Models on Journalism and Bioethics as well as the Open Education Resources Policy Model.

UNESCO Curricula Models and policy in Open Education Resources UNESCO Almaty

At the open lecture was attended students of different specialties of universities of Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and the Russian Federation. Students asked various questions concerning sustainable development indicators, and roles of their academic institutions to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. Tag: Journalism Education

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