UNESCO, UNICEF and ECLAC warn that at the current rate, Latin America and the Caribbean will not achieve the education goals set by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
Learn more about the Office and UNESCO's work
OREALC/UNESCO Santiago is the UNESCO Regional Bureau for Education in Latin America and the Caribbean. It was established in 1963 with the purpose of supporting Member States improve their education systems, in the firm conviction that education is a life-long human right.
To lead, monitor and provide technical support to the countries of the region through each of its lines of action to advance the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goal 4 - Education 2030, with the involvement of other UNESCO offices and institutes, and with the participation of strategic partners.
Additionally, OREALC/UNESCO Santiago is the national representation of UNESCO in Chile.
More information: United Nations Cooperation Framework for Sustainable Development in Chile 2019-2022 (in Spanish)
Programme support consultant - To support the RSC’s Executive Secretariat - Support the committee’s actions - Support the activities that the RSC develops as a space for regional consultation
Deadline: 6 October
Assistant project manager - RIINEE
Deadline: 7 October
Project officer - Education Statitics (Latin America & the Caribbean)
Deadline: 14 October