It is our pleasure to share two important surveys launched by UNESCO for the Caribbean region. Please answer and share. 

Survey 1: Artificial Intelligence (AI) Policy Roadmap for the Caribbean.

UNESCO is reaching out to invite you to participate in a short but crucial survey that will inform the development of an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Policy Roadmap for the Caribbean. The roadmap aims to provide a strategy for harnessing the benefits of AI for the region while addressing the potential challenges and risks of this technology.  


·         SURVEY – UNESCO Caribbean AI Policy Roadmap 2023 –


The Caribbean, with its unique blend of resilience, innovation, and global competitiveness, stands at a crossroads. By actively participating in shaping this AI Policy Roadmap, you have an opportunity to ensure that our region is not just a consumer, but also a potential leader in AI’s evolution. Your insights, experience, and voice are invaluable to this process and will serve to align AI advancements with the needs and aspirations of the Caribbean community while safeguarding our values, traditions, and diversity.


We would appreciate receiving your survey responses by Friday 3 November 2023.


We understand that your time is precious, and appreciate your willingness to share your expertise and insights. We eagerly await your invaluable input.


Warm regards,


UNESCO Caribbean AI Policy Team

As part of the activities for this year’s celebration of Global Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Week, UNESCO is conducting a survey of public libraries across the 20 Dutch and English-speaking countries we serve. The survey is expected to provide insights into the MIL activities of Caribbean public libraries, thereby helping to identify interventions that could be implemented in the 2024-2025 Biennium. Libraries are an integral part of the UNESCO MIL Cities Framework, and this survey will shed light on the region’s progress in this emerging area.


Kindly request them to complete it by November 5th at the very latest.

·         Survey on Media and Information Literacy (MIL) and Caribbean Public Libraries:

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