Events & Press

Participation in the Event "Ancestral knowledge and care of water in areas of water stress. The case of the Dierra Nevada de Santa Marta."

Workshop: Water supply in areas of water stress.

2nd Latin- American & Caribbean Young Water Professionals Conference. International Water Association.

11 Nov 2020

Presentation of the project at the Event "The relevance of intercultural dialogue. Latin-Arab experiences for inclusive and sustainable development".

Oct 26, 2020

Learn more about the event here.

Report on the project "The history of humankind in other words" on the website of the Regional Office of Science for Latin America and the Caribbean

Within the framework of the results of the World Conference on Humanities, the UNESCO Philosophy and Humanities Program (Montevideo office) promotes research in the field of humanities through the project: “The history of humanity in other words: narratives and hermeneutics on the history of humankind in seven original communities of South America ”.

See the report here.

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The project "The history of humankind in other words" has been included in the promotion and participation plan of the International Year of Indigenous Languages - 2019, created by the United Nations and coordinated  by UNESCO.

Find out more about the International Year of Indigenous Languages - 2019 here.

The project "The history of humankind in other words" takes part in the International Year of Indigenous Languages - 2019

 

Jan 14, 2019

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Presentation of the project "History of humankind in other words" in the 8th Latin American and Caribbean Conference on Social Sciences CLACSO 2018.

(English subtitles available)

Nov 22, 2018

Panel

Problems and ethical-political challenges of a humankind historicization program:

Perspectives from Latin America 

(Co-organized with UNESCO).

Speakers:

- Ana María Larrea Maldonado

   Instituto de Estudios Ecuatorianos, Ecuador

-Augusto Castro Carpio

  Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú

- Eduardo Rueda

  Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia

Chair: Susana Vidal - UNESCO, Uruguay