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.
Specialising in public health in humanitarian crises, protection, and humanitarian action, global health expert Sali Hafez has joined the UNESCO Chair team to work on intercultural dialogue (ICD). "I’m currently working on developing an ICD index that will be...read more
Earlier in 2018, a moral panic erupted over so-called "African gangs" in Australia after federal and state politicians became vocal about "African youth" since December last year. UNESCO Chair in comparative research on cultural belonging and social justice, Professor...read more