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 UNESCO and Knowledge Sharing

 

For over 60 years, UNESCO has had a mandate to “maintain, increase and diffuse knowledge” (Constitution, Art 1. 2 (c)). In response to the challenges of globalisation and the Information Society, it advocates a vision of “Knowledge Societies”. But what do we mean by “knowledge” at UNESCO and what links are there between the Organization’s knowledge sharing programmes and its knowledge management (KM)?

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UNESCO and Knowledge Sharing 2 

 

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The first of this four-part series of meetings examines two case studies, from ED and CI Sectors, to explore key concepts and issues connected with capacity-building.

 

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UNESCO and Knowledge Sharing 3 

 

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The second in this four-part series examines two case studies – one of the longest-standing and one of the newest knowledge sharing initiatives of the Organization – to explore key concepts and issues connected with UNESCO’s role as a clearing house

 

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UNESCO and Knowledge Sharing 4 

 

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The third in this four-part series examines the work of two UNESCO Category One Institutes to explore their role as laboratories of ideas

 

 

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UNESCO and Knowledge Sharing 5

 

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The final session in this four-part series looks at some of the issues raised, asks how UNESCO can improve its brokerage role between creators and users of knowledge and explores possible ways to enhance its knowledge management.

 

 

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