Regional networks

Over the past two decades, UNESCO has set up a number of regional networks which operate under its auspices.

UNESCO is also fostering inter-parliamentary cooperation to improve knowledge-based science legislation. Sub-regional parliamentary fora have been established around the world by UNESCO since 2004.

Read about two e-learning networks, the Avicenna Virtual Campus and the African Virtual Campus.

  • African Network of Scientific and Technological Institutions (ANSTI)

Launched: 1980

By: UNESCO's Regional Bureau for Science in Africa (Nairobi, Kenya)

Hosted by: UNESCO's Regional Bureau for Science in Africa (Nairobi, Kenya)

About ANSTI


  • Science and Technology Policy Asian Network (STEPAN)

Launched: 1988

By: UNESCO’s Regional Bureau for Science in Asia (Jakarta, Indonesia)

Website

Website of UNESCO’s Jakarta office


  • Arab Regional Network of Science and Technology Management (STEMARN)

Launched: 1994

By: UNESCO’s Regional Bureau for Science in the Arab States (Cairo, Egypt)

Contact

Website

Website of UNESCO’s Cairo office

 


Launched: 1999

By: UNESCO’s Regional Bureau for Science in Latin America and the Caribbean (Montevideo, Uruguay)

 


  • Red-CienciA

Launched: 1998

By: Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica

Contact


  • Red POP

Launched: 1992

By: UNESCO’s Regional Bureau for Science in Latin America and the Caribbean (Montevideo, Uruguay)

Contact

Website

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