- Contributions to United Nations
- Contributions to UNESCO
- Implementations of UN initiatives
- Implementations of the findings of other UN International Years
Contributions to United Nations
The IYGU addresses key UN Charter Constitution issues.
It aims to strengthen international co-operation by preparing new strategies to face global challenges.
Contributions to UNESCO
Better global understanding supports economic, social, cultural and humanitarian co-operation.
The IYGU’s new level of goal-driven scientific cooperation will produce advanced educational modules.
The IYGU will promote practical routes towards a global understanding of the cultural and social implications of new geographical living conditions and new global realities.
Implementations of UN initiatives
The framework of the IYGU contributes to the International Council for Science (ICSU) and International Social Science Council (ISSC) “Future Earth” initiative and seeks to support the implementation of the Rio+20 Declaration.
To achieve the UN Millennium Development Goals, we must ensure that we share the responsibility for our living conditions globally. The IYGU will complement the outcomes of the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) 2005-2014 with a focus on practical ways of introducing its key results into everyday practices.
The IYGU will provide sustainability education and public information, establishing processes for embedding the ESD’s principal results in future generations’ routines.
Implementations of the findings of other UN International Years
The IYGU will draw on and promote the findings of relevant other International Years, including:
- the IY of Mountains (2002)
- the IY of Freshwater (2003)
- the IY of Planet Earth (2008)
- the IY of Biodiversity (2010)