A global community of like-minded schools gathering thousands of administrators, teachers, and students. Connects with 12,000 schools in 182 countries to develop peace in children’s brains. Member schools promote UNESCO’s goals of rights and dignity, gender equality, social progress, freedom, justice, democracy, respect for diversity, and international solidarity through actual acts. The network’s worldwide and national focuses are sustainable development education, global citizenship education, and intercultural and heritage learning.
UNESCO Associated Schools Network
Founding Year: 1953
An organization providing funding for projects and programs that assist vulnerable communities in developing countries to adapt to climate change. Initiatives are based on the country’s needs, perspectives, and priorities….
A research project from the University of New South Wales seeking to make accessible discussions of the justice-related issues that underpin an effective climate-change response. In their understanding, a climate…