Social and Human Sciences

The main focus of Social and Human Sciences programme in Central Asia is focused on fostering intercultural dialogue and engaging young women and men for peaceful and participatory societies. Read more

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11 December 2007 How Does Access to Information Help Citizens Realize their Rights?
11 September 2007 Parliamentarians from Six CIS Countries to Meet on Regional Migration Policy
8 August 2007 Ministers: Research-Policy Dialogue Vital to Social Development
17 May 2007 Need for East-West Dialogue, Critical Reflection Highlighted in Ethics Workshop
7 May 2007 Ethics Workshop to Train Professionals in Health Research Decision-Making
8 April 2007 New UNESCO Network of Women Philosophers 600 Strong
7 February 2007 UNESCO Unites Leaders, Athletes to Promote International Anti-Doping Convention
18 December 2006 Radio 18/12 Launches "Tune-in" on International Migrants' Day!
10 December 2006 "Human Rights remain at the heart of UNESCO's mandate." Mr. Koichiro Matsuura, Director-General of UNESCO, on the occasion of Human Rights Day, 10 December 2006
24 November 2006 Experts to Debate Regional Legal Framework for Labour Migration in Central Asia, Russian Federation
2 November 2006 Traditional Sports Preserve Culture, Promote Peace at International Festival
20 October 2006 Central Asian Researchers, educators emphasize need for ethical framework in scientific research at Kazakhstan Public Health Conference
10 October 2005 The Women's Movement in Central Asia: 10 Years of Experience and the Search for New Technologies
23 November 2004 UNESCO Philosophy Day in Central Asia Report
3 November 2004 Workshop on the Role of Judicial and non Judicial Institutions and coordination mechanisms in the implementation of ( Covenants of 1966 ) International human rights Conventions, Kazakhstan, Astana, 3 November, 2004.