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Le 20 juin - June 20, 2014. CFUW , the United Nations and UNESCO La FCFDU, les Nations Unies et UNESCO . UNITED NATIONS . Founded in 1945 to promote international cooperation 51 member states – now 193 Headquarters in New York, Vienna, Geneva, Nairobi Five active organs or sections

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cfuw the united nations and unesco la fcfdu les nations unies et unesco

Le 20 juin - June 20, 2014

CFUW , the United Nations and UNESCO

La FCFDU, les Nations Unies et UNESCO

united nations
UNITED NATIONS
  • Founded in 1945 to promote international cooperation
  • 51 member states – now 193
  • Headquarters in New York, Vienna, Geneva, Nairobi
  • Five active organs or sections

General Assembly

Security Council

Economic and Social Council

Secretariat (Civil Service)

International Court of Justice

united nations1
UNITED NATIONS
  • Led by Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary General
  • UN Women created in 2010
  • Led by PhumzileMlambo-Ngcuka
  • Main Issues
      • Elimination of Discrimination against women and girls
      • Empowerment of Women
      • Achievement of Equality between women and men
economic social council
ECONOMIC & SOCIAL COUNCIL
  • Established in 1946 to deal with economic and social challenges as a UN Charter body
  • Responsible for 14 specialized agencies, 9 functional and 6 regional commissions
  • Regular meetings with academics, business sector, and 3,200+ non-governmental organizations (CFUW and IFUW)
  • 54 members elected by the General Assembly
commission on status of women
Commission on Status of Women
  • 45 Member States form Commission elected by ECOSOC
  • Meets in March in NY for two weeks
  • 2014 - more than 6,000 registered representatives
  • Annual Theme, Review theme
  • Side events, parallel sessions, films
  • Official UN presentations, debates and proceedings
  • Agreed Conclusions
cfuw at the un csw
CFUW at the UN CSW
  • Applied and accredited in 1998 with “special consultative status” at ECOSOC
  • CFUW Representative - VP International
  • Delegation of CFUW members & others
  • Learn, listen, network, influence government
  • Present parallel sessions

Prostitution, Non-State Actor Torture, Primary Education in Afghanistan

other opportunities for cfuw
Other Opportunities for CFUW
  • Follow-up to UN – Domestic Advocacy
  • Shadow Reports,
  • Letters and Briefs to Government
  • Working in Partnerships with Other NGOs
  • Presenting at other UN Bodies such as the Human Rights Council in Geneva
unesco
UNESCO
  • A United Nations Conference for the establishment of an educational and cultural organization (ECO/CONF) convened in London from 1 to 16 November 1945. WWII had scarcely ended.
  • Une Conférence des Nations Unies pour l'établissement d'une organisation éducative et culturelle (ECO/CONF) se tient à Londres du 1er au 16 novembre 1945, juste à la fin de la guerre.
unesco1
UNESCO
  • At the end of the conference, thirty-seven countries founded the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
  • À la fin de la conférence, 37 États signent l’Acte constitutif qui marque la naissance de l’Organisation des Nations Unies pour l’éducation, la science et la culture (UNESCO).
national commissions commissions nationales
National Commissions / Commissions nationales
  • Member States and National Commissions advise UNESCO on its future programmatic orientations
  • Regions: Africa, Asia and Pacific, Europe and North America, Latin America and Caribbean, Arab States
  • Member States and National Commissions advise UNESCO on its future programmatic orientations
  • Regions: Africa, Asia and Pacific, Europe and North America, Latin America and Caribbean, Arab States
canadian commission for unesco commission canadienne pour l unesco
Canadian Commission for UNESCO / Commission canadienne pour l’UNESCO
  • Operates, on a permanent basis, for the purpose of associating governmental and non-governmental bodies in education, sciences, culture and communication with the work of the Organization.
  • 199 National Commissions for UNESCO across the world.
  • CCU the largest; administered by the Canadian Council for the Arts (Simon Brault, Director)
  • Agit de façonpermanente pourassocier les groupesnationauxgouvernementaux et non gouvernementauxcompétents en matièred’éducation, de science, de culture et de communication aux travaux de l’Organisation.
  • Actuellementdans le monde, 199 commissions nationales pour l’UNESCO
  • La CCU est la plus grande; mènesesactivités sous l’égide du Conseil des arts du Canada (directeur, Simon Brault)
ccu 2012 2017 cfuw fcfdu strategic plan strat gique
CCU – 2012-2017 & CFUW / FCFDUStrategic Plan stratégique
  • Review and strategic reorientation of the CCU’s activities as part of the Future Directions of UNESCO 2012-2017
  • Consultations on the post-2015 UNESCO priorities
  • Un examen et une réorientation stratégique des activités de la CCU dans le cadre des réflexions futures de l’UNESCO 2012-2017
  • Consultations sur les priorités de l’UNESCO après 2015
priorities priorit s 2015
Priorities / Priorités ≥ 2015
  • Quality education and quality teachers;
  • Equity education and lifelong learning;
  • TVET skills development, technical and vocational education;
  • education in a global perspective (human rights, democracy, and sustainable development)
  • Une éducation et du personnel enseignant de qualité;
  • Égalité des sexes et apprentissage tout au long de la vie;
  • Développement des critères et de la formation technique et professionnelle;
  • Une éducation axée sur une perspective mondiale (les droits humains, la démocratie et le développement durable)
0pportunities for cfuw clubs collaborations possibles pour les associations de la fcfdu
0PPORTUNITIES FOR CFUW CLUBS/ COLLABORATIONS POSSIBLES POUR LES ASSOCIATIONS DE LA FCFDU
  • Arts and learning
  • Associated Schools Project Network in Canada
  • Biosphere Reserves Network
  • Canadian Coalition of Municipalities Against Racism and Discrimination
  • Culture of Peace
  • UNESCO Chairs in Canada
  • Education for sustainable development (ESD)
  • Adult Learners Week in Canada
  • World Heritage Sites
  • World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS)
  • Youth Network
  • Arts et apprentissage
  • Réseau canadien des écoles associées de l'UNESCO (RÉSEAU)
  • Les réserves de la biosphère
  • Coalition canadienne des municipalités contre le racisme et la discrimination
  • Culture de la paix
  • Chaires UNESCO au Canada
  • Éducation en vue du développement durable (EDD)
  • Semaine des apprenants adultes au Canada
  • Sites du patrimoine mondial
  • Sommet mondial sur la société de l'information (SMSI)
  • Réseau Jeunesse
more info de renseignements
More info / + de Renseignements
  • Video
  • http://www.unesco.org/new/en/unesco/about-us/who-we-are/history/
  • UNESCO & education
  • http://en.unesco.org/themes/education-21st-century
  • CCU
  • http://www.unesco.ca/