Germany has two new World Heritage sites: UNESCO has inscribed the water management system in Augsburg and the Erzgebirge (Ore Mountains) mining region on the World Heritage list.
On 20 November, UNESCO’s annual Global Education Monitoring Report was presented to the world in Germany for the first time.
UNESCO has inscribed the documents and tape recordings of the first Frankfurt Auschwitz trial in the Memory of the World Register.The certificate of inscription was presented on Wednesday (16 May).
How can the Sustainable Development Goals be communicated in the classroom? This is the question under consideration at the conference of heads of German UNESCO Associated Schools in the Federal Foreign Office.
Minister of State Böhmer met with representatives of the UNESCO Chairs in Germany in the Federal Foreign Office on 7 November. The talks focused on the importance of sustainable development goals in teaching and research and on national and international networking.
On 2 June, Minister of State Böhmer and UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova opened an international expert meeting on preserving Syria’s cultural heritage.