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Deadline 23 April 2018: Registration for the conference The Role of Global Citizenship Education in the 2030 Agenda and Beyond

The United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) and the Asia-Pacific Centre of Education for International Understanding (APCEIU), reminds that the registration for the conference on “The Role of Global Citizenship Education in the 2030 Agenda and Beyond” will close on 23 April. The event will take place in the Conference Room 3 at United Nations Headquarters in New York.

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) reflect the global community’s aspirations to build a more peaceful and sustainable future, and its determination to take bold steps that are urgently needed to shift the world towards a sustainable and resilient path. Around the world, however, increasingly complex and protracted crises are affecting humanity, especially with the rise of violent extremism. Consequently, the need for the benefits of Global Citizenship Education (GCED) is ever greater.

Shanty town at Crossroads, Cape Town, South Africa (UN Photo / Yann Gamblin)
UNAI Quiz: Addressing poverty

Test your knowledge about this principle of the United Nations Academic Impact with the UNAI Quiz!!

Deadline 13 April 2018: Registration for the Students Seeking Solutions Conference: SDG 6 - Clean Water and Sanitation Challenge

The United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI), the American Association of University Women, the United Nations Environment Programme and UNAI member institution Lehigh University (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, United States) reminds that the registration for the “Students Seeking Solutions Conference: SDG 6 - Clean Water and Sanitation Challenge" will close on 13 April. The event will take place in the Conference Room 2 at United Nations Headquarters in New York.

Building Bridges Project in India. Photo: Eyerusalem Debebe
Building Bridges in India

Our project, “Building Bridges” is a coalition between Enactus St. Mary’s and GMR Varalkshmi Foundation, a nonprofit organization that works to empower underprivileged youth throughout India.

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Shanty town at Crossroads, Cape Town, South Africa (UN Photo / Yann Gamblin)
UNAI Quiz: Addressing poverty

Test your knowledge about this principle of the United Nations Academic Impact with the UNAI Quiz!!

Deadline 13 April 2018: Registration for the Students Seeking Solutions Conference: SDG 6 - Clean Water and Sanitation Challenge

The United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI), the American Association of University Women, the United Nations Environment Programme and UNAI member institution Lehigh University (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, United States) reminds that the registration for the “Students Seeking Solutions Conference: SDG 6 - Clean Water and Sanitation Challenge" will close on 13 April. The event will take place in the Conference Room 2 at United Nations Headquarters in New York.

Building Bridges Project in India. Photo: Eyerusalem Debebe
Building Bridges in India

Our project, “Building Bridges” is a coalition between Enactus St. Mary’s and GMR Varalkshmi Foundation, a nonprofit organization that works to empower underprivileged youth throughout India.

IRSAM delegation members Mark LeBeau and Anna Abraham awaiting the start of a panel on the Spotlight Initiative, a new joint effort by the European Union the United Nations. Photo: Phoebe Warren
Young Adult Voices at the Commission on the Status of Women

On the invitation of the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) initiative, Phoebe Warren, Political Science and History major at UNAI member institution McGill University, Canada, has shared the experience of The International Relations Students’ Association of McGill University delegation to the sixty-second Commission on the Status of Women.

ASPIRE students at the International Peace Light Ceremony, East Stroudsburg.Photo: Mahdi Bouchekouk
Enlightening the Next Generation with Peace

"We do not see the expression in young people of the forms of xenophobia, or intolerance, or racism that are unfortunately now prevailing in many of our societies. We see young people reacting to this with new forms of interaction and solidarity […]." -United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres

Smiles all around. Participants in the 10th edition of the UN Geneva Seminar Series, 12 and 13 October, Palais des Nations. UN Credit: Sophie Timmermann
Disasters-SDGs-Undersea tsunami research: an exciting seminar

In the middle of the Indian Ocean, the famous French scientific research ship Marion Dufresne. Aboard the vessel, Professor Satish Singh, geophysicist and head of the "Mirage II Expedition", video-linked to the Palais des Nations, where more than 120 university students drink in his words and conjure the pictures of the explorers and researchers, under the sea, learning how tsunamis are created and looking for ways to detect them better and faster.

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