What is the full form of UNESCO?
The full form of UNESCO is the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. UNESCO is a United Nations Specialist Organization. It was established in 1946 via international collaboration to foster stability and peace. Along with fundamental equality, it achieves productivity, science, culture & human rights.UNESCO has 195 member states and 9 affiliate members. Its headquarters is located in Paris, France and has offices in other nations as well. Its head office is referred to as the World Heritage Center.
How is the goal of the UNESCO achieved?
Through the five initiatives, UNESCO achieves its goal,
- Natural Sciences
- Human Sciences/Social
UNESCO sponsored projects
UNESCO offers incentives for achievement in various fields. There are currently 22 awards granted by UNESCO in the fields of education, research, culture and peace. UNESCO has formal relations with 322 foreign non-governmental organisations. In the area of academic studies, eradication of poverty, protection of natural & historical sites, enhancement of social and cultural programs, and so on.,
- Freedom of Press
- Regional & Cultural Diversity Promotion
- Translation of World Literature
- Teachers Training Programs
- Technical Training Programs
- Secure World Heritage Sites
- Human Rights Protection
- Literacy Programs
- International Cooperation