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The UNESCO acts to favorable conditions for a dialogue between the civilizations, the cultures and the people founded in the common values’ respect. Through this dialogue the world could shape sustainable development conceptions that suppose the human rights’ observance, the mutual respect and the poverty’s reduction. These goals are the UNESCO’s mission and its activities’ center.

All the UNESCO’s strategies and activities are supported by each international community ambitious and specific goals that are reflect in internationally accepted development goals, as the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)

The UNESCO’s exceptional competencies in education, science, culture and communication and information fields contribute to this goals’ achievement.

The UNESCO’s mission consist of contributing to the peace consolidation, the poverty elimination, the sustainable development and the intercultural dialogue through the education, the sciences, the culture, the communication and the information.

The Organization is focused in two priorities:

  • Africa
  • Gender equality

And in a number of universal goals:

  • To achieve a quality education and a learning  for life for everyone
  • To mobilize the scientific knowledge and relative politics to science towards sustainable development
  • To deal with ethical and social new problems
  • To promote the cultural diversity, the intercultural dialogue and the peace culture
  • To build conciliatory knowledge societies to turn to information and communication

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