From February 2001 to March 2003, UNESCO PEER's project "Civic Education for Peace, Democracy and Development in Somalia" was co-funded by the European Commission and the government of Italy.
The main objectives of the project were to accelerate the achievement of sustainable peace in Somalia by promoting policies that enhance freedom of expression, human rights, gender equality, democracy, good governance, and development. This was facilitated by community based communication systems promoting Civic Education for peace, Democracy, and Development.
|Access to knowledge||Art education||Artistic creation|
|Basic education||Basic sciences||Communication and development|
|Community participation||Creative cities||Cultural diversity|
|Cultural events||Culture and development||Culture education|
|Culture of peace||Early childhood||Earth sciences|
|Education and development||Environmental awareness||Freedom of expression|
|HIV and AIDS||Health education||Higher education|
|Historic sites and cities||Human rights||Human sciences|
|ICT in Education||Inclusive education||Intangible heritage|
|Literacy||Memory of the world||Natural heritage|
|Non formal education||Research||Sexuality education|
|Silk road||Slave route||Technical and vocational education|
|UNESCO history||Underwater heritage||UniTwin|