Teaching Communication and Information in 2022-2023

1 January 2021

The resource provides journalism educators, MIL trainers, civil and civil servant trainers, UN staff, distance learning methodologists with methodological materials for journalists, youth, court officials, law enforcement agencies in the Almaty cluster countries in the context of freedom of expression, access to information, safety of journalists and digital transformation.


UNESCO Chair on Journalism and Communication of the Al-Farabi Kazakh State University will develop four MOOCs under the IPDC project "Journalism education and training platform" based on the following courses UNESCO/IPDC:


UNESCO and UNITAR have jointly launched a new short online course for young people aged 16 to 24. Experts break down complex concepts into simple actions, building on young people's daily interactions with technology. UNESCO Almaty translated both courses into Russian



2019 - 2018

Publications of partners


Law enforcement agencies

UNESCO and the International Police Association (IPA) today unveiled a new partnership to build skills among police and security personnel in upholding freedom of expression and protecting journalist safety. The partners will launch a global Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) open to police all around the world.

journalism education
law enforcement agents

Permanent link: http://en.unesco.kz/ci-webinars-and-publications-2021-2022