In the Media

The Digitizing our shared UNESCO history project aims to contribute to UNESCO's visibility online and throughout the world by making more UNESCO Archives content available using technology that supports changing modes of information and resource delivery. UNESCO communication platforms, including UNESCO's official social media channels, will be used to encourage public engagement in the project and the sharing of archival resources and knowledge. 

 

Publications

The UNESCO Archives has, via the digitization project, contributed content to the following publications:

 

Title: Transforming lives through education - Transformer la vie grâce à l’éducation
Publisher: UNESCO Publishing, 2018
ISBN: 9230000647, 9789230000646

Digitized photographs from the UNESCO Archives are used throughout this publication.

Title: Long Walk of Peace : Towards a Culture of Prevention
Publisher: UNESCO Publishing, 2018
ISBN: 9789231002700
A digitized photograph from the UNESCO Archives is used on the cover of this publication.

 

Events

The UNESCO Archives has, via the digitization project, contributed content to the following events:

 

Roundtable on "Building Just and Peaceful Societies: UNESCO's contribution to a Culture of Prevention"
Date: 21 September 2018
Location: Paris, France
A slide show of digitized photographs from the UNESCO Archives was presented during this roundtable at UNESCO Headquarters.

 

FIAT/IFTA World Conference 2018
Date: 9-12 October 2018
Location: Venice, Italy
A slide show of digitized photographs from the UNESCO Archives was presented during the event's keynote speech by the Director of the UNESCO Regional Bureau for Science and Culture in Europe

 

Social media

Here are just a few examples of social media coverage for the digitization project by UNESCO, the project's partners, and its gracious supporters:

 

Support from our friends at Ancient History Encyclopedia:

UNESCO Venice Office

EU Heritage Days on Instagram:

Impressions from visits to the Digitization Lab:

Thanks to all!

 

Web

 

 This project has received generous support from the People of Japan