United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) acts as
an extension to political and economic agreements. It aims to create a deeper understanding between different nations and cultures. UNESCO was founded after the second world war, with the representatives of 44 countries to participate from the beginning. The goal was to prevent another world war and achieve a lasting peace in the world by ensuring an international dialogue.

Its five major areas are: education, natural sciences, social/human sciences, culture and communication/information. They aim to create a mutual understanding and respect between nations, strengthen the moral solidarity and preserve regional and cultural history. In the future, UNESCO will be guided by the Sustainable Development Goals established by the UN in 2015.

In recent years, there has been a dialogue about creating a post-Covid world willing to facilitate exchange of knowledge and creating a world open for changes. Therefore, climate change challenges humanity and urgently requires effective measures for our planet in order to guarantee a sustainable relationship between nature and humans. 

Topic 2023: Promoting Equal Access to Quality Education

This years topic “Promoting Equal Access to Quality Education” reacts to the global education crisis caused by the Covid-19 Pandemic. The education system has been severely affected by school closures which have had devastating consequences for children’s well-being and learning.

To resolve this crisis, we need provide quality education, as it teaches people the knowledge and skills they need to stay healthy, get jobs and foster tolerance. In the end, these measures will allow us to create a peaceful and prosperous world.

The future demands the strength of UNESCO more than ever before to create a planet free from hate and intolerance, with a safe life for all people. 

More information on: https://www.unesco.org/en

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