The world celebrates International Day of Light on May 16.
It is set to honor three talented young Egyptian women researchers for the quality of their research works and also for encouraging them to pursue a brilliant career in science, according to the report.
In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on April 21.
The celebratory event will include several activities.
This program was launched by the Convention for the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage.
Born on March 23, 1900, Hassan Fathi is famous for his unique architectural style.
It is the project inaugurated by Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem, in cooperation with UNESCO.
In 1979, the General Assembly adopted a program of activities to be carried out during the second half of the Decade of Action to Combat Racism and Racial Discrimination.
Down Syndrome is a normal arrangement of chromosomes that has always existed in humans and is present in all regions of the world.
World Poetry Day is an opportunity to honor poets and revive the oral tradition of poetry evenings.
On March 18, UNESCO is holding a virtual symposium and exhibition on how to confront misinformation and how to empower youth for social and creative participation.
It includes events, campaigns, initiatives and a space for conversation and exploration about the role of World Heritage, in addition to unlisted heritage in the face of global challenges.
Radio is a powerful way to celebrate humanity in all its diversity as it is a platform for democratic dialogue.
Luxor Governorate is preparing to inaugurate the historic village of Engineer Hassan Fathy in New Gourna following the completion of the first phase of its development and restoration.
This came in coordination with the Egyptian Embassy in Italy, the Council of Arab Ambassadors and the Arab League mission in Rome.
Arabic calligraphy is a symbol of Arab identity, and has contributed to the transmission of culture and religious texts throughout history.
In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on December 13.
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated pre-existing inequalities in education and recent unprecedented challenges.
The conference addresses the importance of improving the quality of education and the need to provide the right to access information.
The UNESCO comprises 58 member-states with a four-year term of office for each.