Social and Human Sciences – Centres and Institutes
Category 2 Centres are recognized as an important extension of UNESCO’s programme delivery arm and a means to raise UNESCO’s profile in Member States. The Category 2 Centres in the social and human sciences contribute to the sector’s priorities with a focus on youth in line with the UNESCO Operational Strategy on Youth 2014-2021.
Category 2 Centres also provide opportunities to showcase and share the capacity, technical expertise, and knowledge of Member States. They can facilitate regional networking and have the potential to act as resource hubs in these fields.
The following Centres are attached to the Social and Human Sciences Sector:
- Observatory on Women, Sport and Physical Education, Athens, Greece
- Agreement [PDF in French]
- International Centre for the advancement of Human Rights, Buenos, Aires, Argentina
- Agreement [PDF]
- West Africa Institute for International Research on Regional Integration and Social Transformations, Praia, Cape Verde
- Guidance, Counselling and Youth Development Centre for Africa (GCYDCA) Lilongwe, Malawi
- International Centre of Martial Arts for Youth Development and Engagement, Chungju, Republic of Korea