The UNESCO Chair of the SUM has released the spring issue of the student magazine! Theme of this issue: «Respond to the Challenges of our Time»

Spring issue content:

1. UNESCO response to the challenges of our time
2. SUM during a pandemic
3. We have started! The online educational platform Digital Volunteers has begun its work
4. Publications will be! About the participants of the International Scientific and Practical Conference «Future World, Joint Efforts, Genuine Progress»
5. “Use of confidential, personal information by third parties” — a new research by the UNESCO Chair
6. Bored of self-isolation? Top 10 for you
7. A bit of the news. Earth Hour in the world — what is it for and what are the results
8. Progress in the summer
9. The strangest UNESCO World Heritage Sites
10. Polyglot — the top 5 languages ​​that you can learn as quickly as possible

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The UNESCO Chair of the SUM student magazine

Gusman Mikhail Solomonovich

First Deputy General Director of TASS, Chairman of the Russian Committee for the UNESCO International Programme for the Development of Communication

Du Toit Jaco

Programme Specialist Section for Universal Access and Preservation Communication and Information Sector UNESCO

Borisov Alexey Nikolaevich

Vice President of the World Federation of the UN Associations, Head of the UNESCO Chair of MGIMO

Chukov Roman Sergeevich

Chair of the Board of the “Russian Center for Promotion of International Initiatives”

The Russian Committee on the Artificial Intelligence is a specialized open-ended advisory body purpose of which is to develop and coordinate Russia's approaches to international cooperation in the field of artificial intelligence at the UNESCO. The Committee includes representatives of relevant ministries and departments, famous scientists and specialists in the field of digital and information technologies, heads of leading scientific, educational and commercial structures involved in the development of artificial intelligence technologies and who took part in writing the Russian National Strategy for the Development of Artificial Intelligence for the period up to 2030.

The widespread use of information and communication technologies, new media, social networks, blogs, media platforms in the global network to assist government agencies to carry out functions and communications on issues related to the foreign policy agenda give rise to the phenomenon of “digital diplomacy”. The virtual statements of leading politicians and significant media personalities, their tweets, instagram posts can decisively influence not only the worldview of individual social groups, political elites, and the basic electorate, but also provoke local and global conflicts and upheavals.

The digital economy and diplomacy can act as a new mutually complementary format, which overcomes aging contradictions, as a type of partnership and cooperation between countries. Combining competitive advantages in the field of information and communication technologies in order to achieve a common goal will help to build Eurasia that can open a new path for the development of the region and the world as a well.

UNIDO aims to improve the quality of life of the world by using its combined global resources. The United Nations Youth Agenda, as well as the UN Women programme, are based on the World Programme of Action, which covers fifteen priority action areas and contains proposals for action in each of these areas.