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The next Anti-Bullying Forum will be held in October 2023. It will be hosted by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and led by Dorothy Espelage, the William C. Friday Distinguished Professor of Education at the UNC School of Education and a leading expert on bullying and youth well-being.
The HIV Research for Prevention Conference is the only global scientific conference focused exclusively on the challenging and fast-growing field of HIV prevention research.
Developed by the Global Partnership Forum (GPF) on Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE), a collective of over 65 global organisations, co-convened by UNESCO and UNFPA, this new Research and Evidence Survey has been launched to collect updated information on research studies and evaluations completed within the last five years on CSE.
UNESCO and the World Anti-Bullying Forum invite you to an ongoing series of meetinfs about school bullying. Four virtual meetings will be held between March and September.
The Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) Learning Platform was developed within the context of a programme being implemented by UNESCO entitled Our Rights, Our Lives, Our Future, (O3).
For the first time since the launch of the SDGs, UN & multilateral agencies from health, education, agriculture, WASH & social welfare sectors have joined to make a renewed commitment to school health.
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic is disrupting children and adolescents’ education, but also their health, nutrition and well-being. It is important to prevent further transmission.
Meet Fatima from Zvandiri in Zimbabwe. She is here to talk to children and young people about COVID-19 and how to look after themselves and each other.
To mark World AIDS Day 2018, UNESCO launched its global campaign "Comprehensive sexuality education: A foundation for life and love".
Launched in 2017 by Japan’s public broadcaster, FACES, an international project led by a group of public media organizations which aims to fight against bullying on a global scale.