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6 June 2022 Launching of the Media Development Indicators in Kazakhstan
29 March 2022 Kazakhstan: launching Internet Universality ROAM-X Indicators project
8 March 2022 Does AI advance gender equality? - A panel on The Effects of AI on the Working Lives of Women
16 March 2021 Regional Consultations for the preparation of the Global Action Plan of the IDIL (2022-2032) for the Eastern Europe and Central Asia
1 July 2020 The first UNESCO online training on distance learning solutions and tools in the Central Asian region
30 June 2020 Deadline Extended to 30 June! Case studies for the 5-Year Progress Review of SDG4 in the Asia-Pacific
13 May 2020 UNESCO Almaty invites stakeholders for cooperation on promotion of sports for development and peace
1 May 2020 The findings of the UN World Water Development Report 2020 Water and Climate Change discussed in Kazakhstan
28 September 2018 Roadmap for sustainable development at UNESCO-designated sites was discussed in Almaty
16 July 2018 Kazakhstan biosphere reserves as models of sustainable development: report of the EABRN meeting
8 November 2017 UNESCO participates in a discussion on financing for development of water sector in Central Asia
6 September 2017 UNESCO took part in the Future Energy Forum of Astana EXPO-2017
4 April 2017 6 April - International Day of Sport for Development and Peace
13 March 2017 Moving Forward with Education 2030: Central Asian states focus on strengthening education policy and cooperation
25 January 2017 Strategic meeting of education professionals in Almaty