Social and Human Sciences

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On a daily basis, from its Headquarters and in the Field, UNESCO intervenes to accompany its Member States and all its partners to better understand and address the challenges of our more and more diversified societies, particularly through its intergovernmental Programme for Management of Social Transformations (MOST), its Youth Programme as well the Culture of Peace and Non-Violence Programme which include, inter alia, initiatives for democracy and global citizenship, intercultural dialogue, peace-building.

UNESCO also continues to build and reinforce linkages among ethicists, scientists, policy-makers, judges, journalists, and civil society to assist Member States in enacting sound and reasoned policies on ethical issues in science and technology.

The Social and Human Sciences’ programme of the UNESCO Tashkent Office focuses on promoting:

  • empowering youth through different activities including scientific cooperation and research.
  • increasing expertise of young professionals, encompassing postgraduate students and early career researches on water issues and their representation in the international scientific publications.
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