The UNESCO Chair program builds capacity and promotes international cooperation through the exchange of knowledge and resources in the fields of education, science, culture and communication. We aim to ensure cultural diversity is accepted and embraced as a core tenet of humanity.
Dr Tim Soutphommasane, racism matters to all of us - those fortunate enough not to experience racism have a role to play and need to take a stand. Now in its fifth year, the annual UNESCO Chairs Oration was delivered to a full house at Deakin downtown last week. The...read more
Australian Foreign Affairs minister Julie Bishop announces new CAAR grants including UNESCO Chair, Professor Fethi mansouri's project on Tunisian youth leaders in the democratic/civic education field. Up to 10 participants will be selected for workshops/training in...read more