Together with the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), a microlearning video called “Bet on Sustainable Transport” around the topic of policy coherence has been developed that explains the concept through an example of sustainable public transport.
With the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) and the United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD), another video entitled “Hidden Treasures Supermarket” was collaboratively developed on the human rights-based approach to date. It shows cases of the importance of this approach where everyone counts to implement Leave No One Behind in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
As part of improving the statistical literacy of the general public as well as raising awareness about the role of the National Statistical Office (NSO), several microlearning videos have been developed together with UNSD on data and statistics. They are:
National Superheroes Office – Episode 1: Where are the green hats? - it describes issues around trust in statistics and the role of the National Statistical Office in ensuring that data provided is of quality, reliable, confidential, and based on human rights among other key characteristics of official statistics.
National Superheroes office – Episode 2: Are the health data right? – it explains trust in statistics and the role of the National Statistical Office in ensuring that data provided is of quality, reliable, confidential, and based on human rights among other key characteristics of official statistics.
NSO Data Concierge – it focuses on data quality well as highlights the role of the National Statistics Office in ensuring it.
Data Visualisation Contest - This microlearning video, developed by the UN Statistics Division, UNITAR and United Nations Statistical Institute for Asia and the Pacific (UNSIAP), addresses the importance of statistical literacy among the general public as well as the communication of data and statistics to a broad audience.
All microlearning videos are featured under the microlearning of UN SDG:Learn. The videos have been developed with funding support from the Swiss Development Cooperation, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency as well as UK Aid.