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INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR UNIVERSAL ACCESS TO INFORMATION ON 28TH SEPTEMBER 2018

and the Ministry of Telecommunication and Digital Infrastructure in organizing the celebration of the International Day for Universal Access to Inform

Horton Plains is situated in the Central Highlands World Heritage Site which has 3,159.8 ha. It has a montane rain forest and open grasslands.

The government of Sri Lanka has given high priority to development of the education sector. This encompasses primary to tertiary education as well as

Sri Lanka is a country with a very rich culture and heritage including indigenous knowledge. We are rich in both cultural and natural heritage.

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Education

The government of Sri Lanka has given high priority to development of the education sector. This encompasses primary to tertiary education as well as vocational training.

Culture & Heritage

Sri Lanka is a country with a very rich culture and heritage including indigenous knowledge. We are rich in both cultural and natural heritage. 

Social & Natural Sciences

UNESCO promotes sciences in its various forms for a sustainable future. SLNCU works closely with the ministries of Environment & Natural Resources, Technology.

Communication & Info.

UNESCO has a mandate for fostering Freedom of Expression. We strive to support achieving this objective though providing various global standards and norms.

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Sri Lanka National Commission for UNESCO (SLNCU) is the government arm of implementing UNESCO Agenda in Sri Lanka. This Commission established on 14th November 1949, comes under the Ministry of Education. There are 35 members in the General Assembly, including representatives of relevant ministries and national bodies concerned with UNESCO’s fields of competence.