UNESCO seeks to build a culture of peace and inclusive knowledge societies through information and communication. To that end, it pursues its objectives through five major program areas: education, natural sciences, social/human sciences, culture and communication/information.
On November 12 between 4:30 pm to 8:30 pm will be celebrated UNESCOs 75th anniversary.
The 41st General Conference will take place from 9 November till 24 November. Information and links to the live webcast and the E-journal : General Conference : 41st session | UNESCO
14 September, 2020
UNESCO webinar: The Voice of NGOs “Global citizenship to spur inclusion and diversity”.
Date and time
14 September 2020
2PM– 3-30 PM
The Voice of NGOs
“Global citizenship to spur inclusion and diversity”
Any CISVer who is interested in attending should register here.
28 July, 2020
In response to the 2020 pandemic, UNESCO has launched a series of online forums entitled ‘Imagining the world to come’. The purpose of this initiative is to give a voice to those whose views may not have been sufficiently heard and to use the takeaways to inform UNESCO’s strategic reflections, ensuring that programmes ongoing meet the needs of our changing world.