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Founded in 1953, the UNESCO Associated Schools Project Network (ASPnet), commonly referred to as UNESCO Associated Schools, is a global network of more than 9000 educational institutions in 180 countries. It will celebrate its 60th anniversary in 2013. Member institutions – ranging from pre-schools, primary, secondary and vocational schools to teacher training institutions - work in support of international understanding, peace, intercultural dialogue, sustainable development and quality (...)  


>> Attributions 

The director of Education, Associated Schools, UNESCO Clubs and Youth is in charge of: analyzing all documents of UNESCO related to education, associated schools, UNESCO clubs and transmitting them to concerned national partners ; contributing to the preparation of the Commission’s and specialized Committees’ meetings on education and youth and carrying out their follow-up ; contributing to the preparation of technical files for UNESCO’s international conferences that are related to (...)  


>> Youth 

UNESCO’s objective is to help empower young people, reaching out to them, responding to their expectations and ideas, fostering useful and long-lasting skills. Meeting this objective is a challenging task! The United Nations define youth as persons between the ages of 15 and 24. UNESCO understands that young people are a heterogeneous group in constant evolution and that the experience of ‘being young’ varies enormously across regions and within countries. The UNESCO is encouraging The (...)  


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