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1 UNDESD Guideline
2 A. General setting up of DESD committees Three different interdependent levels: – National – Regional – International
3 National committee – Call on all stakeholders of society Institutions Local representatives Private sector NGOs & associations Faith-based organizations
4 Regional committee – Coordination on a regional level: readjustment/ evaluation of program – Has a triple role: coordination/ synergy/ emulation (enact)
International committee – Incorporates both bottom-up and top-down approaches – Small size (max 15 members) – Liaison with the UN and UNESCO
6 B. Elements/ Key areas of SD 3 Pillars reaffirmed at the Johannesburg Summit: – Environment – Society – Economics
7 Culture predetermines Culture must be taken into account in any ESD analysis and programs Global approach to education for SD Call upon the opinion leaders/local mayors and media
8 C. Basic requirement to achieve SD
9 D. Skills provided by ED Delors Report Learning to know Learning to live together Learning to do Learning to be + Learning to change
10 E. Overcoming poverty Gender Equality Health promotion Environment Rural Development Cultural Diversity Peace & Human Security Sustainable Urbanization
12 G. DESD around the world Africa Arab States Asia & the Pacific Europe & North America Latin America & the Caribbean
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