The 4th Sustainable Development Forum & Eco Asia Conference – SDGs Implementation & Brighter Future, Hong Kong, China,

The 4th Sustainable Development Forum and Eco Asia Conference – Implementation of Sustainable Development Goals and Brighter Future (the “Forum) was held successfully on 23rd November (Monday). Co-organized by the Hong Kong Institute of Education for Sustainable Development (the “Institute”), The Hong Kong UNESCO Hong Kong Association (the “Association”), and The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), the event attracted nearly 500 participants in various forms of the webinar, online streaming and panel discussion.

Please find the details of the Conference at this link.

The 4th Sustainable Development Forum-HongKong

Round table dedicated to the 75th anniversary of UNESCO, Russia

On November 16, 2020, a round table of UNESCO clubs was held dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the creation of UNESCO.
The event was attended by leaders and coordinators of UNESCO clubs accredited by the Commission of the Russian Federation for UNESCO.
The event was opened by Executive Secretary of the Commission of the Russian Federation for UNESCO, Mr. Grigory Ordzhonikidze, who noted the special contribution of NGOs to the popularization of the principles proclaimed in the UNESCO Charter.
The Acting Minister of International and Foreign Economic Relations of Sverdlovsk Region Mr. Detchenya sent congratulations on the 75th anniversary of UNESCO to the participants of the round table of clubs.
At the Round Table, UNESCO clubs presented their work carried out during 2020, and also formed a joint work plan for the next year in accordance with UNESCO’s key directions and taking into account national and regional priorities.

Document regarding the “Regulatory Framework” for UNESCO Executive Board 201th session

UNESCO has published the documents for its 210th sessions of Executive Board, in which the document 210EX/5.III.G “Follow-up to decisions and resolutions adopted by the Executive Board and the General Conference at their previous sessions, Part III: Management issues, G. Regulatory framework regarding Associations and Clubs for UNESCO” will be discussed.
Please find the document at this link, which is available in English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Russian, and Chinese.

School Programme 2020/21 “Life on Earth 2: water, climate, health, heritage”, Turin, Italy

The Centre for UNESCO in Turin organized the School Programme 2020/21 “Life on Earth 2: water, climate, health, heritage”, which was kicked off on November 9. The School Programme addressed to all schools in the Piedmont region. It was meanwhile considered as a training course also for members of Clubs and Centres for UNESCO member of the Italian Federation.