What is UNESCO?

UNESCO – United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization – was created on 16th November, 1946, and its main goal is to establish peace in people’s minds.

UNESCO focuses on the most vulnerable communities as a referent institution. It acts as an Ideas Lab and it is able to anticipate the main challenges outlined and to plan strategies to face them; it is an information exchange centre that leads to universal knowledge and good practises dissemination; it leads its Member States to an adoption of common rules which provides the basis for multidisciplinary exchanges and mutual comprehension through legal documents on ethical problems in today’s world; it offers assessment and technical assistance in order to develop human and institutional abilities of its Member States and it also adopts a driving force role for International Development Cooperation.