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  • Education

    UNESCO’s work encompasses educational development from pre-school through
    to higher education, including technical and vocational education and training,
    non-formal education and literacy.

  • Natural Sciences

    Science is integral to efforts toward sustainable development.

  • Social and Human Sciences

    In an era of rapid globalization, UNESCO's Regional Unit for Social and Human Science in the Asia-Pacific (RUSHSAP) aims to develop and promote social policies which uphold peace, human rights, democratic governance and tolerance.

  • Culture

    UNESCO is the only institution in the United Nations system with a mandate in the field of culture.

  • Communication and Information

    About: The Global Action Week for Education (GAWE), observed annually from 23-29 April, is an initiative led by the Global Campaign for Education and supported by UNESCO that advocates

  • Sustainable Development Goals

    Heads of State, Government leaders, UN High Level Representatives and civil society  met in September 2015, at the 70th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, and adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)



May 05, 2017
The UNESCO video on “Learning to live together in peace through Global Citizenship Education” explains the importance of Global Citizenship Education (GCED) in a globalized and increasingly interconne