The Organization develops media and information literacy curricula, furthers gender equality in media operations and content, and encourages pertinent media coverage of crisis and emergency situations. Through its holistic approach, UNESCO contributes to media diversity and pluralism by fostering diversity of content, audience, sources, and systems.
In addition, the Sector coordinates UNESCO's inter-sectoral work on Artificial Intelligence (AI), with a view to addressing the impact of AI on the fields of competence of UNESCO, promoting the use of AI and its potential to achieve the SDGs; and fostering a human-centered development and application of AI respectful of human rights and ethical principles.
The Sector has developed UNESCO's Internet Universality Indicators to enable Member States to holistically assess the adherence of their cyberspace to the associated ROAM principles, which advocate for an Internet that is human-rights based, open, accessible and governed by multi-stakeholder participation.
Through the Memory of the World Program (MoW), UNESCO closely cooperates with Member States to identify, preserve and promote access to the world's documentary heritage, to make it available to all, including future generations.
The Intern will have the opportunity to learn and support the over-all work of the sector / programs' mission.
The intern will be selected according to their specialization and needs of the sector.
Activities will vary depending on the requirements of the assignments.
Specific Terms of Reference and learning objectives will form part of the contract.
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