The Unesco Courier

Since its creation in 1948, The UNESCO Courier is a key element of UNESCO’s identity as well as one of the most powerful tools for its humanistic mandate. In 1988, Sandy Koffler, the founder and first managing editor of the journal, said that: “Of all the journals published by the United Nations and its specialized institutions, The UNESCO Courier has always occupied first place for the number of its readers and the range of its audience.”

The magazine has changed a great deal over the years, both in content and in form. But it pursues its original mission: promote UNESCO’s ideals, maintain a platform for the dialogue between cultures and provide a forum for international debate.

Periodical, illustrated in colour
Format: 29.7 x 21 cm - One year subscription = 4 issues



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Subscription: The UNESCO Courier (1 year)
Subscription: The UNESCO Courier (1 year)
Since its creation in 1948, The UNESCO Courier is a key element of UNESCO’s identity as well as one of the most powerful tools for its humanistic mandate. In 1988, Sandy Koffler, the founder and first...
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Subscription: The UNESCO Courier (2 years)
Subscription: The UNESCO Courier (2 years)
Since its creation in 1948, The UNESCO Courier is a key element of UNESCO’s identity as well as one of the most powerful tools for its humanistic mandate. In 1988, Sandy Koffler, the founder and first...
54,00 €

The Unesco Courier (2018_2): Welcome to the Anthropocene!
The Unesco Courier (2018_2): Welcome to the Anthropocene!
Anthropocene, Technosphere, Great Acceleration, Sixth Extinction – a lot is being written about these ideas, both in the press and in scientific literature. But what exactly do these terms mean? To...

The Unesco Courier (2018_3): Artificial Intelligence: The promises and the threats
The Unesco Courier (2018_3): Artificial Intelligence: The promises and the threats
Computers and robots are now learning to make decisions! Of course, “deciding” is a big word for machines that have no consciousness and whose level of “reasoning” is not even as evolved as that of a...

The Unesco Courier (2018_4): Human rights: Back to the Future
The Unesco Courier (2018_4): Human rights: Back to the Future
To mark the seventieth anniversary of the Universal Declaration on Human Rights(link is external), adopted on 10 December 1948, we decided to take a detour into the past to enable us to better orient...

The Unesco Courier (2019_2): Reinventing Cities
The Unesco Courier (2019_2): Reinventing Cities
Cities have always been centres of power, attractiveness and prosperity. But the frenetic urbanization of recent decades is jeopardizing their historical function as melting pots that integrate and...

The Unesco Courier (2019_3): The ethical challenges of climate change
The Unesco Courier (2019_3): The ethical challenges of climate change
With this special report, the Courier aims to open up new avenues for reflection on these lesser-known aspects of the greatest global challenge of our times. Because, in parallel to the scientific...

The Unesco Courier (2019_4): Teachers: Changing lives
The Unesco Courier (2019_4): Teachers: Changing lives
To demonstrate a commitment that goes far beyond what is generally required by the profession, whether by choice or because the context demands it. This is why the teachers featured in this new issue...

The Unesco Courier (2020_1): Radio: Stronger and more vibrant than ever
The Unesco Courier (2020_1): Radio: Stronger and more vibrant than ever
First the arrival of television, then the emergence of the internet, followed by the eruption of social networks – all these should have gotten the better of it. Yet, radio continues to broadcast and...

The Unesco Courier (2020_3): A Whole New World, Reimagined by Women
The Unesco Courier (2020_3): A Whole New World, Reimagined by Women
Will the COVID-19 pandemic completely change our world? The UNESCO Courier asked women across the globe to imagine what life will be like after the crisis.   Journalists, authors, intellectuals,...

The Unesco Courier (2020_4): 50 Years of the Fight Against the Illicit Trafficking of Cultural Goods
The Unesco Courier (2020_4): 50 Years of the Fight Against the Illicit Trafficking of Cultural Goods
In spring 2020, the health crisis linked to the COVID-19 pandemic brought the whole world to a standstill. But the illicit trafficking of cultural property has not stopped. On the contrary....

The Unesco Courier (2021_1): Oceans: Time to turn the tide
The Unesco Courier (2021_1): Oceans: Time to turn the tide
Less than twenty per cent of the world’s oceans have been explored so far. That is not a lot. But it is enough for us to know that the oceans are threatened by global warming, acidification, and...

The Unesco Courier (2021_2): The 20s: Really the best age to be?
The Unesco Courier (2021_2): The 20s: Really the best age to be?
Youth climate activists took to the streets of New York City, calling for global action to fight climate change, on 20 September 2019. Millions of demonstrators turned out for similar marches on that...