Social and Human Sciences
In today’s increasingly diverse societies, UNESCO continues to accomplish every day its fundamental humanist mission to support people in facing contemporary challenges, understanding each other, and working together to build lasting peace. UNESCO also helps to enable people to create and use knowledge for just, inclusive, resilient and democratic societies.
Enable people to create and use knowledge for just and inclusive societies
The second edition of the Forum will be held in Mexico City, on 28-29 November 2022. It will focus on the theme "The Road towards a Rights-based Recovery from the COVID-19 Pandemic".
UNESCO launches a new sport-based initiative designed to activate smart investments in sport, increase grassroot participation and accelerate COVID-19 recovery.
A major challenge prevails beyond all our potential actions: to protect human health and dignity, and to respect universal values.
This Recommendation both codifies the goals and value systems by which science operates, and emphasizes that these need to be supported and protected if science is to flourish.
Futures Literacy, a universally accessible skill that builds on the innate human capacity to imagine the future, offers a clear, field tested solution to poverty-of-the-imagination.