Faced with this unprecedented health, economic, social, cultural and humanitarian crisis:
What are the major challenges facing populations?
What is the extent of the mobilization of civil society?
What concrete consequences of the crisis should we take into account to define future post-COVID priorities?
The project report provides potential answers to these questions.
More than ever, civil society appears to be a central pillar of the reconstruction to come for a peaceful and more equitable world.
Read the report of the solidarity project of a group of NGO-UNESCO partners!
Author of the report : Jeanne Lebaudy, young volunteer, was involved from the very start of the project in order to establish a faithful report which is true to the evolving realities of evolution of the ground. She was thus able to define priorities for the future and in line with UNESCO's programs.
Since its founding, UNESCO has sought to collaborate with NGOs, which are fundamental civil society partners for the implementation of the Organization’s activities and programmes.
Over the years, UNESCO has built up a valuable network of cooperation with NGOs having an expertise in its fields of competence, i.e. education, science, social and human sciences, culture, communication and information.
Together, let's go further!
8 NGO partners of UNESCO have joined forces to fight the pandemic and have initiated a solidarity network between their networks of associations:
Association Montessori Internationale
Business and Professional Women International
International Catholic Center for Cooperation with UNESCO
International Movement for Reconciliation
World Movement ATD Fourth World
World Organization for Early Childhood Education and Care
UNESCO is the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
UNESCO seeks to build peace through international cooperation in Education, the Sciences and Culture. UNESCO's programmes contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals defined in Agenda 2030, adopted by the UN General Assembly in 2015.
Read the article published by UNESCO on the project here.