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UNESCO Librarian : Rosinta P. Hutauruk (rp.hutauruk@unesco.org )

December 2, No. 35

News from UNESCO Office, Jakarta


CALL FOR PROPOSALS TO ORGANIZE A WORKSHOP ON EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN BANGLADESH
1-12-2011 Dear Sir/Madam, You are invited to submit proposals for organizing a workshop on higher science education in Bangladesh, as per enclosed Terms of Reference (TOR). To enable you to submit a Proposal, kindly download Terms of Reference (TOR) here. Please send your proposal by 8 December 2011, 16:00 WIB (GMT+&)

CALL FOR PROPOSALS TO ORGANIZE A WORKSHOP ON HIGHER SCIENCE EDUCATION IN TIMOR LESTE
1-12-2011 Dear Sir/Madam, You are invited to submit proposals for organizing a workshop on higher science education in Timor Leste, as per enclosed Terms of Reference (TOR). To enable you to submit a Proposal, kindly download Terms of Reference (TOR) here. Please send your proposal by 8 December 2011, 16:00 WIB (GMT+&)

CALL FOR PROPOSALS -BUILDING THE CAPACITY OF TEACHERS TRAINERS ON HUMAN RIGHTS BASED APPROACH
1-12-2011 Dear Sir/Madam, You are invited to submit a proposal for Building the Capacity of teachers trainers on Human Rights Based Approach in Timor Leste, as per enclosed Terms of Reference (TOR). To enable you to submit a Proposal, kindly download Terms of Reference (TOR) here. Please send your proposal to Mikel Aguirre at m.aguirre-idiaquez@unesco.org by 15 December 2011.

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Indonesias House of Representatives holds Special Session with UNESCO on Poverty Eradication
29-11-2011 UNESCOs Director-General Irina Bokova attended a Special Session on The Millennium Development Goals and Poverty Eradication held at the House of Representatives of Indonesia. In the panel discussion hosted by the Parliaments MDGs Task Force and UNESCO, Madame Irina Bokova highlighted the role of UNESCO in the efforts to eradicate poverty. More

Online Publication
Surveys and Activities on Post-Earthquake Disaster
The UNESCOIPREDRIHS Workshop on Surveys and Activities of PostEarthquake Disaster hosted by the Research Institute for Human Settlements (RIHS) and the Ministry of Public Works of Indonesia in cooperation with the Provincial Government of West Sumatra, with the support of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), provided an opportunity to advance international cooperation in the evaluation, prevention and mitigation of earthquake disasters. The meeting took place against a backdrop of an appalling loss of human lives and wholesale destruction of communities and infrastructure as a result of major earthquakes. Full publication (.pdf)
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2015 Asia Tenggara ditargetkan bebas AIDS. Media Indonesia 1-12-2011
DENGAN perubahan status HIV-AIDS dari wabah menjadi infeksi kronis yang dapat dikelola, Organisasi Kesehatan Dunia (WHO), Rabu (30/11) mendesak negara-negara di Asia Tenggara untuk fokus untuk pemusnahan infeksi itu, terutama di kalangan anakanak pada 2015. More

60 Persen Nominasi Ditolak UNESCO Jadi Warisan Budaya Dunia. Detik.com 3011-2011

Nusa Dua - UNESCO makin ketat melakukan seleksi untuk menetapkan warisan budaya takbenda sebagai warisan budaya dunia. Dalam Sidang UNESCO ke-6, sebanyak 60 persen dari 88 nominasi ditolak. More
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Accurate early warnings help reduce disaster risks. Jakarta Post 26-11-2011

Establishing a stronger early warning system is critical due to expected increases in countries vulnerabilities to natural hazards in the future, a senior geophysics official says. More
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AIDS di Papua Tembus 10 Ribu Kasus. Tempo.com 2-11-2011

TEMPO.CO, Jayapura Jumlah penderita HIV/AIDS di Papua telah menembus angka 10 ribu kasus. Naik dari tahun 2010 lalu dengan 7.319 kasus. Data Dinas Kesehatan Papua menunjukkan, hingga triwulan ketiga tahun 2011, terdapat 10.522 kasus HIV/AIDS yang tersebar di berbagai wilayah di Papua. More
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Epidemi HIV AIDS mengerikan. Media Indonesia 2-12-2011

PENGETAHUAN masyarakat tentang HIV/AIDS (human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome) dan kesadaran menggunakan kondom pada hubungan seks berisiko tinggi menurun jika dibandingkan dengan tahun-tahun sebelumnya. Penurunan itu berkontribusi besar terhadap tingginya epidemi HIV/AIDS di berbagai wilayah Indonesia. More
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HIV AIDS Patients still denied access to insurance. Jakarta Post 29-11-2011

A survey shows that HIV positive people and AIDS victims are still being denied access to social security schemes needed to help mitigate the impact of the epidemic. More
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HIV Drives Families Into Irreversible Poverty. JakartaGlobe 1-12-2011

Bangkok. Tens of thousands of HIV-affected households in Asia, including Indonesia, are facing irreversible poverty because of the cost of living with the disease, with women and children hardest hit, a UN report said on Thursday. More
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Individualized approach and programs not enough to fight HIV. Jakarta Post 112-2011

Today, many people and institutions across the world observe International AIDS Day. One of the most important aims of this commemoration is to reflect our successes and failures in fighting the epidemic in order to design and implement a more comprehensive approach and programs. More

Injustices shadow World AIDS Day. Jakarta Post 2-12-2011

The commemoration of World AIDS Day on Thursday might have been the worst day of Fajar Jasmins life. It was the day that Fajar, a Jakarta resident living with HIV, received a text message informing him that his daughter had been denied entrance to Don Bosco elementary school in Kelapa Gading, North Jakarta, because her father was HIV positive. More

Law should settle definition of forest areas. Jakarta Post 1-12-2011

Before moving forward with a bill on illegal logging, the government and the House of Representatives should focus on a revision of the Forestry Law, a legal expert has said. More

Lindungi Budaya Indonesia sumbang UNESCO 10 Juta dolar. Indonesiamedia.com 28-11-2011

Indonesia menyumbangkan dana sebesar 10 juta dolar AS untuk mendukung program UNESCO dalam upaya perlindungan budaya Indonesia dan ASEAN, demikian disampaikan Menteri Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan, Mohammad Nuh. More

Ministry to bring all teachers up to standard. Jakarta Post 29-11-2011

The National Education and Culture Ministry says it will launch a host of programs to help 900,000 unqualified teachers reach minimum certification requirements within two years. More

Much of nation cultural heritage awaits UNESCO recognition. Jakarta Post 1-122011

UNESCO has recognized several Indonesian contributions to the worlds intangible cultural heritage, including wayang shadow puppets and kris daggers in 2008, batik in 2009, the Sundanese angklung musical instrument in 2010 and Acehs saman dance this year. More

NGOs demand transparency in drafting rights declaration. Jakarta Post 30-112011

Civil society groups in Southeast Asia have urged the ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights (AICHR) to be transparent in drafting the ASEAN Human Rights Declaration. More

People with AIDS face social stigma. Jakarta Post 30-11-2011

Indonesia is seen as unfriendly by those living with HIV/AIDS, with many claiming to have faced various forms of discrimination in their neighborhoods or workplaces.

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