The UNESCO-EU Partnership is a collaboration between UNESCO
and the European Union (EU) aimed at promoting common goals in areas such as
education, culture, and sustainable development. The partnership was
established in 2004, and has since been renewed several times, most recently in
The partnership is guided by a joint declaration that
outlines the shared objectives and areas of cooperation, which include:
The UNESCO-EU partnership aims to promote quality education for all, with
a focus on improving access, equity, and relevance. The partnership
supports initiatives such as the Global Education Coalition and the
European Union's Erasmus+ program.
The partnership promotes cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue,
and supports initiatives to safeguard cultural heritage and promote the
creative industries. The partnership also works to promote cultural
tourism and sustainable urban development.
The partnership supports scientific research and innovation, with a focus
on areas such as climate change, biodiversity, and ocean conservation. The
partnership also promotes science education and capacity-building in
and Information: The partnership aims to promote free and independent
media, access to information, and digital literacy. The partnership
supports initiatives such as the World Press Freedom Day and the European
Media and Information Literacy Forum.
The UNESCO-EU partnership is an important platform for
cooperation between two major international organizations, and has the
potential to make a significant impact in areas such as education, culture, and