Current Projects

Digital Kids Asia-Pacific (DKAP)

UNESCO’s Digital Kids Asia-Pacific (DKAP) project, supported by Korean Funds-in-Trust, launched the DKAP Research Tools to assist Member States to develop evidence-based policies that foster children’s digital citizenship and promote their safe, effective...
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Partnership

As a key partner, UNESCO continues to support the action pillars of the Asia-Pacific Regional Network for Early Childhood (ARNEC): advocacy for policy change, knowledge generation, capacity building, information management and dissemination, and...
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Policy Research and Advocacy

UNESCO is committed to advocate for the development of ECCE policies and increased investment to ensure holistic development and learning for all children. In raising awareness and promoting comprehensive ECCE among policy-makers, civil society and various...

Entrepreneurship Education

The Economist (April 27-May 3, 2013), quoted the late Margaret Thatcher as saying, “Young people ought not to be idle. It is very bad for them.” Unfortunately, more young people are being idle according to statistics from OECD, ILO and the World Bank....