Building partnerships

Achieving the MDGs by 2015 requires efforts and support of all actors sharing the United Nations values.

From its creation, UNESCO recognizes the importance to develop a partnership policy in all its fields of competence and to encourage the participation of all global state and non-state actors.

UNESCO’s vast global networks are one of its principal assets. The Organization maintains close working relationships with intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations, the private sector, United Nations system, UNESCO’s clubs, centres and associations, as well as Associated Schools.

As a UNESCO Liaison office, Brussels Office’s mission is to identify opportunities for new partnerships and to strengthen existing ones.

Meeting of European National Commissions in Leuven (26 April 2013)

This meeting was convened at the initiative of the Flemish Commission for UNESCO and organized together with the Netherlands and German National Commissions, with the support of the UNESCO Liaison Office in Brussels

Report

Meeting of European National Commissions to reflect on UNESCO’s intellectual role (News)

 

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