N° du projet 2210611011

Within the framework of the International Decade of Indigenous Languages (IDIL) and implementation of the Global Action Plan, UNESCO aims to enhance capacities of Member states, civil, academic, public-private partners and UN system agencies to preserve, revitalize and promote linguistic diversity and multilingualism, particular indigenous languages. The activity will contribute to the development and implementation of supportive regulatory policies and mechanisms as well production of appropriate content in indigenous languages. This activity will be implemented working in close cooperation with a range of stakeholders.

  • On-going

USD 119,110

Budget total du projet

USD 97,556

Total des dépenses encourues

Progression

En cours
Date de début 2022.01.01
Date de fin 2023.12.31
82%
Référence au 2023.06.30

Couverture géographique et bénéficiaires

Pays Allocation

Plan de financement

Type de financement Utilisation des fonds Sources de financement Budget du projet (USD) Dépenses encourues (USD)
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
B'nai B'rith International
Brazil
Estonia

Les projets contribuent à

Contribution au cadre de résultats de l'UNESCO 2022-2025
Sector: Communication and information
Outcome 5 - Enhance the protection and promotion of the diversity of heritage and cultural expressions Produit :5.CI1 - Member States have enhanced capacities to promote and protect linguistic diversity and multilingualism, including in the framework of the International Decade of Indigenous Languages 2022-2032
Intersectoral
Outcome 5 - Enhance the protection and promotion of the diversity of heritage and cultural expressions Produit :5.IP3 - Member States capacities and awareness are strengthened to protect, safeguard and promote Indigenous knowledge, cultures, and languages through inclusive policies and targeted action
Objectifs de développement durable
  • 20%
  • 10%
  • 40%
Priorités globales et groupes de priorités de l'UNESCO
  • Gender Equality | 30%
  • Youth | 30%
  • Priority Africa | 20%
  • Small Island Developing States | 10%