This metro map is a complex illustration of the 17 sustainable development goals. With different kinds of topics as service stations and the SDG’s connecting them, it shows how the goals can relate to each other, and thus it emphasises their holistic nature.
Opening hearts and minds to refugeesOn 15 November 2016, the UNESCO Associated Schools Network (ASPnet) launched the global art contest "Opening Hearts and Minds to Refugees", in partnership with the Tolerance Center in Moscow.
Record numbers celebrate ASPnet National Conference in Japan
A record number of participants shared and deepened their knowledge about Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) at the 9th Annual National Conference of the UNESCO Associated Schools Network(ASPnet) held in Omuta city, Fukuoka, Japan on 2 December 2017.
Students thrilled to discover journeys from Alchemy to Chemistry
Some thirty pupils, aged 9 to 10 years, their school principal, and some chaperoning parents participated in the educational event. The visit to UNESCO, which was their first, was part of the official launch of the International Year of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements (2019).
UNESCO-Japan Prize 2018 calls for outstanding projects in Education for Sustainable Development
UNESCO has launched the fourth edition of the
UNESCO-Japan Prize on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). Funded by the Government of Japan, the Prize annually rewards three outstanding ESD projects and programmes with US$ 50,000 each.
Creating the buzz: how Schools are embracing Climate ChangeOver 250 UNESCO Associated Schools worldwide are to developing and implementing a comprehensive vision and action plan to integrate ESD and climate change principles into their school life and practices.
National Symposium of the UNESCO Associated Schools Network in Trinidad and Tobago: ASPnet as a catalyst for SDG and Education 2030
Two important events in October 2017:a National Meeting for its member and schools interested in joining ASPnet, on October 3rd 2017 in Port of Spain; and
a pilot teacher training workshop on "Teaching Respect for All", on October 4th and 5th at the School of Education, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus. More
Transforming the whole institution to address climate change and leading peers to integrate this holistic approach in schools was the driver of this Second International Associated Schools Network (ASPnet) Training for Trainers on the whole-institution approach to climate change.
UNESCO Forum on Global Citizenship Education provides a platform for innovative teaching
and Education connects peace and development in sustainable ways says Director-General at UNESCO Week opening
ASPnet students from 7 countries participate in debates of International Symposium on School Violence and Bullying: From Evidence to Action -
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ASPnet School performs at the Award Ceremony for UNESCO-Japan Prize on ESD
World Teachers Day: Trinidad and Tobago honorsits ASPnet teachers