UNESCO launches Bangabandhu award on artistic financial system

UNESCO has launched a world award named after Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman following Bangladesh’s proposal. The UN company’s govt board unanimously adopted the proposal on UNESCO-Bangladesh Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman International Prize for the “Creative Economy” in its 210th session. This is the primary time a UN company launched an award named after Bangabandhu.

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About the Prize:

  • The award will create the chance to unfold Bangabandhu’s beliefs internationally and encourage the worldwide cultural activists to contribute to the sector of the artistic financial system.
  • It can even play a “special” position in branding and image-building of Bangladesh.
  • The award might be given each two years with $50,000 prize cash – 3 times in six years. The renewal of the award might be mentioned later.
  • The first UNESCO-Bangabandhu award is about to be given within the forty first session of the UNESCO’s normal convention in November 2021. Bangladesh proposed the award in August 2019.

About the UNESCO  awards:

The UNESCO launches awards in recognition of the contribution of leaders in a number of fields, equivalent to schooling, tradition, science and expertise, with the monetary assist of the member states.  It had launched 22 awards named after famous people or organisations.

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