Events of EFUCA
In a world devastated by pandemics, wars, explosions, a world of needs, in a world divided into different beliefs, the restoration of a warm climate, in which peace to govern seems to be a dream, which we were trying to put in place of so many and many years.
2020 commemoration of the 75th Anniversary of the founding of the UN and of UNESCO by the UNESCO Club Vienna. At the 10th International Conference of the International Network of Museums for Peace (INMP) an overview of UNESCO’s museological and educational approach to the dialogue of cultures and civilizations was presented together with the video performance of Black Swan by Fran Eve Wright to promote a culture of peace and non-violence in the nuclear age.
UNESCO clubs “Sovushka” and “Rubezhi”, with support of the UN Information Center in Moscow, organized a contest-exhibition titled "I am an artist: the world we strive for" in celebration of the UN 75th anniversary.
The International day of peace has been celebrated annually on September 21 since 2002. Initially, the holiday was celebrated on the third Tuesday of September — the opening day of the annual session of the UN General Assembly.
URBAN Folk is part of the international Future Folk project initiated by Alumnus Club for UNESCO (2018) in collaboration with the artist Carmen Emanuela Popa and in partnership with the Romanian National Commission for UNESCO, the European Federation of Associations and Clubs for UNESCO, and the French National Commission for UNESCO (2019).
In a world devastated by pandemics, wars, explosions, a world of needs, in a world divided into different beliefs, peace seems to be an unrealizable dream. We are no closer to peace today in this tried world than we were in the last century. The generations that followed the great wars around the globe dared to hope, but reality asked them to build their hopes from what little was left after.
The Greek-Romanian friendship association "ARMONIA" with Mrs. Marinescu as president, which founded in Greece with the support of the Club for UNESCO Piraeus and Islands and his president Mr. Ioannis Maronitis, this year closes 18 years of successful and various actions.
As part of the events dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the Belarusian Association of UNESCO Clubs, as well as the 75th anniversary of the founding of the UN and UNESCO, the Secretariat of the Belarusian Association of UNESCO Clubs has developed a visual map of UNESCO clubs in the Republic of Belarus.
The European Federation for UNESCO Clubs, Centers and Association was profoundly saddened with the news of passing of Mr. Tao Xiping, by one of the pillars of the UNESCO Clubs movement worldwide and the Founding President of the Chinese Federation for UNESCO Clubs and Associations.
It is with great sorrow that we announce to you loss of our beloved UNESCO Clubs family member, Mr. Dhirendra Bhatnagar, last President of the World Federation of UNESCO Clubs, Centers and Associations (WFUCA), who passed away on Sunday, 17th May, in New Delhi, India at the age of 65.
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