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UNESCO-Japan Reward on Education for Sustainable Advancement 2019 (USD $50,000 reward)

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UNESCO-Japan Reward on Education for Sustainable Advancement 2019 (USD $50,000 reward)

Due Date: April 30, 2019

The call for elections for the 5th edition of the UNESCO-Japan Reward on Education for Sustainable Advancement (ESD) is now open. The UNESCO-Japan Reward on Education for Sustainable Advancement (ESD) honours impressive jobs by people, organizations and companies connected to ESD.

The Reward yearly rewards 3 impressive ESD jobs and programs. Federal governments of all Member States in addition to non-governmental companies (NGOs) in main collaboration with UNESCO are now welcomed to choose approximately 3 people, organizations or companies participated in ESD for the 2019 edition.

The UNESCO-Japan Reward was developed in 2014 in the structure of the SPACE, and is kindly moneyed by the Federal government of Japan. This year’s winners will be revealed by the Director-General of UNESCO in September.

Reward

  • The Reward winners will get USD 50,000 each;-LRB- **************).
  • In addition to getting the financial award at a main event in Paris, all winners will be welcomed to sign up with the Partner Networks of the International Action Program on ESD.

Eligibility

  • Candidates might be people, organizations, companies or other entities participated in Education for Sustainable Advancement (ESD);-LRB- **************).
  • Elections should concentrate on a particular ESD job or program of the candidate;-LRB- **************).
  • Elections can be sent to the Director-General of UNESCO by Federal Governments of Member States by means of their Irreversible Delegation to UNESCO, and by Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in main collaboration with UNESCO. Each Irreversible Delegation or NGO can make up to 3 elections for any edition of the Reward;-LRB- **************).
  • Self-nominations are declined.

Application

Click on this link to choose

To learn more, go to UNESCO