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CULTURE AS A PROMOTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND SOCIAL PEACE. Third Part

BUILD KNOWLEDGE SOCIETIES

  • Knowledge and information or n have a significant impact on the lives of people. The exchange of knowledge and information ion, particularly é s trav of Tecnolog í ace Info Comunicaci orn or n (ICT), has the power to transform economies and societies as í. UNESCO works to create inclusive knowledge societies and to improve the skills of local communities byincreasing access, preservation or exchange ny ny information or to knowledge in all its fields of competence. Knowledge societies must be based on four pillars: freedom of expression orn, universal access to information or ny knowledge, respect for cultural diversity and ling Üí stica, and quality education or n for all.
  • The momentum of the Organization or na the creation or n of these companies is based on the conviction or n that universal access to information or n is key to the consolidation or n peace, development econo mico sustainable and say to intercultural logo. UNESCO promotes the "opening" of content, technologies to and the processes í é s trav of sensibilizaci or n, the formulation or n pol I ticas and reinforcing capabilities. These solutions include open access to information or n scienti fic, open educational resources, Free Software and Open C orsay, ENABLING Platform Open or n, the na or distance education and self - learning. These resources allow researchers and innovators to share and use data to easily m Sf. They also provide students and teachers around the world unprecedented access to knowledge and information or n.
  • In order to meet its goal of promoting peace and say to intercultural logo, UNESCO supports the preservation or n documentary heritage by strengthening existing frameworks for conservation or n and Emphasis is placed é in the conservation or na long term digital information or digitized and n. UNESCO also encourages multilingual ü ism and respect for cultural diversity in cyberspace. Promotes production or n local content in different languages and contribute to international discussions on Internet governance THROUGH é s of their participation or n in the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) and the World Summit on the Information Society the information or n (WSIS).
  • To progress to é success in a world that is constantly evolving and solve everyday problems effectively, individuals, communities and the country ountries must acquire certain skills that enable them to seek information or n, evaluate cr way í tica and Transform it into new knowledge. Where the powers Shooting basics in terms of information or n are mastered, you have access to new opportunities that increase our quality of life. The informational literacy or n is closely linked to other skills such as knowledge b to musicians in Tecnolog í to the Info or ny Commun or n, and n and digital literacy or medi TICA. 6

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