Sweden co-hosted in UNESCO’s handbook launching event

UNESCO launched the Khmer version of “Handbook on Journalism, Fake News & Disinformation” on 23 July 2020. Participants  were UNESCO, the Ministry of Information,Sweden representative,FOJO Media Institute, media outlets, civil society and social media activists. The handbook provides contextual, theoretical and practical guidelines for journalists on how to practice professional and ethical journalism. Magnus Saemundsso,…

Finland signed agreement with UNESCO to strengthen teachers and students in Myanmar

The Finnish Ambassador H.E. Riikka Laatu signed an agreement of 5 Million Euros with UNESCO to continue their support in Strengthening Pre-Service Teacher Education in Myanmar on 21 May 2020. This agreement is to achieve Finland’s aim to invest in strengthening teachers and other need for learners in Myanmar.  

Finland’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced work positions opening

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland is funding experts for fixed-term UN tasks annually. In Myanmar, the following tasks can now be applied for: – Associate Project Officer – Teacher Education, UNESCO – Monitoring and Reporting Specialist, UN Women Application period until 5 May 2020 For more information, please click here. https://um.fi/avoin-tehtava/-/asset_publisher/wsH2ZlhuT2Pm/content/useita-avoimia-un-volunteer-asiantuntijateht-c3-a4vi-c3-a4/904868

Thai media admires Finland at Press Freedom debate

”Thailand is the land of smiles, but we, the media, are not smiling,” said Thepchai Yong, the President of the Confederation of Thai Journalists, on Wednesday 15 February 2017 as he opened the debate at Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand, The Challenges of Protecting Press Freedom in a Divided World. The debate was held to…