Unsplash/D koi | UNESCO calls out to implement its recommendations on the ethics of artificial intelligence to avoid its misuse.
Commemorating the International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition on Wednesday, the head of the UN’s education, science and culture agency UNESCO, emphasized the urgent need to end exploitation.
Unsplash/Artin Bakhan. Protesters gather in Stockholm, Sweden, after the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in the custody of Iran’s so-called morality police.
The first-ever conference to discuss draft global guidelines for regulating digital platforms ended on Thursday in Paris with a call to uphold the right to seek and receive information in the face of rising disinformation online.
Odessa Mayor’s Office The streets of Odessa during the Russian invasion.
Barring girls and young women from classrooms in Afghanistan could wipe out huge gains made in education and create “a lost generation”, the UN’s educational and cultural organization, UNESCO, has warned.
The UN Secretary-General’s final day in Suriname began on a small plane and ended at a podium. A 90-minute flyover from Paramaribo into the Central Suriname Nature Reserve revealed to António Guterres the astounding beauty of the Amazon but also spotlighted the threats the rainforest is facing from mining and logging activities, and climate change.