Partners

Founded in 1956, the UNESCO-Aschberg programme continues to support artistic creativity and diversity. Initially dedicated to promote the training of artists by awarding scholarships for the study of... more
Sweden has partnered very closely with UNESCO since the 1990s to pioneer global cooperation programmes at the interface of culture, policy-making and development. The landmark Intergovernmental... more
Culture is an essential part of the European Union (EU) vision of development cooperation, guided by the overarching objective of poverty reduction and sustainable development, and is an integral... more
Since 2008, the Republic of Korea has supported a strong and dynamic cultural sector through the operationalization of the Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural... more
Sabrina Ho is UNESCO’s youngest strategic partner. At only 27 years old, Ms. Ho signed a strategic partnership worth USD 1.5 million, within the framework of the UNESCO Convention for the Protection... more
The Government of Denmark, in advancing capacities of Member States for the development of policies and measures in line with the 2005 Convention, addresses key priorities of Danish development... more
Since 2008, Quebec Ministry of International Relations has been providing the Convention Secretariat with a qualified young professional for a period of six months. This experience allows the... more
The German development policy considers culture as one of the main drivers for sustainable development – as a source of identity, enabler of social cohesion and integration, as well as of economic... more
UNESCO Etxea - UNESCO Basque Country Centre is a non-profit association set up in 1991 with the aim of promoting the principles and programmes of UNESCO within Basque society (Spain).UNESCO Etxea,... more
The Government of Spain, starting with its major financial contribution to the Millennium Development Goals Achievement Fund (MDG-F) established in 2006, has assisted countries in the implementation... more