UNESCO works with a wide range of partners in all of its fields of competence. Partnerships are a key enabler for meeting global challenges and generating sustainable change and long-lasting impact. Partnerships are firmly embedded in UNESCOs way of working at global, regional and national levels. By joining forces with its partners UNESCO can leverage resources, expertise and competencies to promote all UNESCOs ideals and values, to achieve common development goals, and to strengthen visibility and impact of its action. UNESCO offers a range of different entry points for partnerships. Sustainable Development Goals are at the heart of UNESCOs partnership agenda. Read more

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3 March 2009 The UN Secretary-Generals Campaign to End Violence Against Women
19 March 2008 World Water Day 2008: Sanitation Message from Mr Koichiro Matsuura, Director-General of UNESCO
4 March 2008 Central Asian Deputy Ministers/EFA Co-ordinators to Meet in Astana
3 December 2007 The UNAIDS awards the Jonathan Mann Prize 2007 to Nurali Amanzholov
23 October 2007 Ministers of Education of 96 countries declare vital importance of quality education to equitable and sustainable economic development
11 July 2007 UNESCO Meeting to discuss the inscription of Western Tien-Shan on the World Heritage List (18-19 July 2007, Almaty, Kazakhstan)
4 July 2007 Central Asian Education Forum Pledges Continued Commitment to EFA
22 May 2007 Workshop Strengthening partnership and networks for the community development through CLCs
8 December 2006 Sixth Meeting of the High-Level Group on Education for All
8 November 2006 16 November 2006 - International Day for Tolerance. Message of the Director-General of UNESCO
6 June 2005 Fourth Central Asian Education Forum: Joint effort to improve education in Central Asia, 6-8 June 2005, Dushanbe
2 February 2005 Call for Entries for 2005 UNESCO Asia-Pasific Heritage Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation
1 January 2004 Community Learning Centers in Kazakhstan
22 October 2003 The Role of Education Ministries in the Governments response to HIV/AIDS in Central Asia
18 January 2002 First Central Asian Education Forum: Joint effort to improve education in Central Asia