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The ASPnet Digital Library available..

That article that appeared in “International Understanding at School” in the 1960s...
The booklet in which children answered the question, “What Makes a Good Teacher?”...
The reports of the ASPnet 30th, 40th and 50th anniversary seminars...
Many ASPnet resources are now out of print or difficult to locate. Now there is a way to access ASPnet’s institutional memory. The ASPnet Digital Library is an initiative to digitalize all of ASPnet (and related) publications from the earliest years of the network so they can be easily consulted by member schools and all interested parties.
Produced by ASPnet partners, the Non Governmental Organization Human Info and its logistic unit HumanityCD, the CD is available on request from aspnet@unesco.org

In Focus

Second Collection of Good Practices: ASPnet in Support of Education for Sustainable Development
The publication, which targets coordinators and teachers, presents a variety of successful school-based projects, activities and approaches contributing to Euducation for Sustainable Development. These good practices emanate from ASPnet's 8,500 Associated Schools in 178 countries.



A new partnership: indigenous peoples and the United Nations system
A guide aimed at teachers in both primary and secondary schools - More

Declaration and integrated framework of action on education for peace, human rights and democracy
Declaration of the 44th session of the International Conference on Education, Geneva, October 1994. - More

Peace Package
A contribution to the International Decade for the Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Childen of the World (2001-2010) - More

Peace Pillar Award Initiative
Good Practices in Support of Educating for Peace and Non-violence - More

Seeds for Peace
The Role of Pre-School Education in International Understanding and Education for Peace - More

Slave Voyages
The Transatlantic Trade in Enslaved Africans - More

Sport For A Culture Of Peace
International Friendship Encounter Highlights And Results - More

What Makes a Good Teacher? Children Speak their Minds
This Booklet pays tribute to children's love of their teachers and it will trigger more measures in support of those whom our younger generation depends so greatly. - More

World Heritage in Young Hands
International Conference on World Heritage in Young Hands - A Dialogue among Civilizations Aswan/Cairo,Egypt 6-12 February 2002 - More

Breaking the Silence
Transatlantic Slave Trade Education Project Newsletter
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Teacher's forum on World Heritage Education
International Seminar on "World Heritage and Youth"
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Global Review
50th Anniversary 1953-2003
Frequently Asked Questions
Photo Gallery
Cartoons for Peace
News Archives
HIV/AIDS Prevention
World Hunger
Olympic Truce


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