PROSPECTS: Quarterly Review of Comparative Education
Prospects, UNESCO’s journal of comparative education, has been produced since 1971. The International Bureau of Education (IBE) is responsible for its publication since 1994. As of 2002, Springer publishes the English version of the review. The English version is made available by Springer Science and Business Media. The French and Spanish versions of issues No. 121-130 and of the editorials from No 131 onwards are now available on this site free of charge.
UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning newsletter focusing on current research, capacity-building and networking efforts in the fields of adult and continuing education, literacy and non-formal basic education, and informing about recent publications on lifelong learning.
Courrier de l’UNESCO
Correo de la UNESCO
Created in August 1947, only two years after the creation of the Organization, the UNESCO Courier has become a flagship publication, reflecting UNESCO’s concerns and thoughts in articles from around the world. The magazine has adapted to its time. Since March 2006, it is a monthly on-line magazine that may be read in the six official languages (English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Russian and Chinese). Each issue consists of a thematic dossier that treats one of UNESCO’s concerns (water, intangible heritage, desertification…).
Newsletter published four times a year in English and French by the UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training.
Joint newsletter by UNESCO’s Youth, Literacy and Skills Development section and UNESCO-UNEVOC. It reports on follow-up activities to UNESCO’s Third International Congress on TVET in 2012.
United Nations Academic Impact Newsletter
The aim of UNAI Newsletter is to disseminate the latest events and news amongst UNAI members through email. However, we do want everyone else have access to all of our members’ participation at different stages as periodic themes. UNAI members will receive latest newsletter via email, at the same time all viewers can read and download our newsletter archive from our website.
Last update: 11 January 2021