CLUB UNESCO SORBONNE

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Club UNESCO

 Sorbonne University in Paris

 

 

 

UNESCO Club at Sorbonne University in Paris is a non-profit educational organization, member of the World Federation of UNESCO Clubs, Centres and Associations (WFUCA), responsible for informing, coordinating and mobilizing its members, with UNESCO's support and cooperation.

 

 

Through its network of “Learning Centres”, WFUCA provides input to the programme on education for all and poverty alleviation. in cooperation with BREDA, will strengthen its network of “Education Centres” in Africa for education for all facilitating the organization of literacy training courses. WFUCA participates in peace-building and in the dialogue among civilizations though major international artistic projects such as “Mondo Arte” and “Free gesture” Elected to the NGO-UNESCO Liaison Committee Culture (Major Programme IV). As part of “support for programme execution”, WFUCA will continue to play its role in exchanging information among its network’s members, providing advice on national and regional projects, developing new federations and training the movement’s key personnel, in cooperation with UNESCO artistic projects such as “Mondo Arte” and “Free gesture” Elected to the NGO-UNESCO Liaison Committee Culture (Major Programme IV). As part of “support for programme execution”, WFUCA will continue to play its role in exchanging information among its network’s members, providing advice on national and regional projects, developing new federations and training the movement’s key personnel, in cooperation with UNESCO.

 

 

Club UNESCO was founded in 2008 as initiative of a group of students of intercultural communication, with the support of CIMER Director, Profesor Francis Conte and with the support and official agreement of President of Sorbonne University, Profesor Georges Molinie. The elected President of the UNESCO Club Sorbonne is Aleksandar Protic.

 

 

UNESCO Club at Sorbonne members, mostly students at Sorbonne University in Paris, share a commitment to UNESCO’s ideals and work to translate them into reality on the ground. Members are therefore well placed to present the views of civil society to decision-makers.

 

 

In the half-century the UNESCO Clubs movement has been in existence, the world has witnessed a vast range of events concerning every one of UNESCO’s fields of competence. In the light of civil society's growing role in public policy-making, the Club movement can play a key part in educating citizens, and can contribute to dialogue between cultures and generations for sustainable development.

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