As  phrased  by  UNESCO,  inter-cultural dialogue encourages readiness to question well- established  value-based  certainties  by  bringing  reason,   emotion  and  creativity  into  play  in  order  to  find  new  shared understandings.

The issue of climate change is a common concern for all of us. When Comundos asked people in Guatemala, Honduras, Mozambique, The Philippines and Brazil, what message they would like to convey to the world, the answer is often "our concern about climate change".

​​Growing up in a rural environment means in many regions that you have no access to secondary education. But if people get organised there is a way to get schooling nearby. Watch the series of the process of implementing rural education, supported by Disop NGO.

Some spontaneous testimonies of participants of the workshop.

Empowerment of people through Media and Information Literacy (MIL) is an important prerequisite for fostering equitable access to information and knowledge and promoting free, independent and pluralistic media and information systems.

A particular focus for Unesco will be on training teachers to sensitize them to the importance of MIL in the education process, enable them to integrate MIL into their teaching and provide them with appropriate pedagogical methods, curricula and resources.