“On World Teachers’ Day, we are not only celebrating every teacher. We are calling on countries to invest in them and prioritize them in global education recovery efforts so that every learner has access to a qualified and supported teacher.
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Various UNESCO Clubs undertook beach cleanup activities as part of International Coastal Cleanup Day 21 September 2019. Activities were undertaken by DeCarteret College UNESCO Club at Alligator Pond, St Elizabeth; UWI UNESCO Club at Palisadoes Go Kart Track Ardenne Prep, YWCA with HEART Trust/NTA at Hellshire.
On the occasion of the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development a high level event on Culture and Sustainable Development, 21 May 2019 was held. It was a UN event in partnership with UNESCO.
The 1999 UNESCO proclamation for World Poetry Day recognizes poetry as a social need which must be encouraged and nurtured. An appreciation of poetry does much for fostering a spirit of introspection and empathy.
To commemorate World Radio Day 2019 a presentation was made to the Manager of Radio Abeng, 88.7FM, the commuity radio station in Accompong.
International Literacy Day is on September 8, BUT the day was observed on Friday, September 7 with the theme, “Education Transforms Lives.” Jamaica observed the day with a Read-In at the IOJ Lecture Hall.
Through the efforts of the Poet Laureate of Jamaica programme, Sir Patrick Linton Allen officially declared a national poetry day celebration under the broader umbrella of World Poetry Day coordinated by UNESCO. The day’s activities began with an International Poetry Reading segment where members from the diplomatic corps and international […]