UNESCO 7, Place de Fontenoy 75352 Paris 07 SP Tel: 00 33 1 – 45 68 10 00 Fax: 00 33 1 – 45 67 19 00 Internet: www.unesco.org/ Notably, UNESCO is responsible for facilitating and promoting the use of science and technology to contribute to disaster risk reduction (DRR) and conflict resolution. Strengthening scientific cooperation is a key element in improving disaster prevention and biodiversity restoration capabilities. In addition, UNESCO has developed a number of strategic partnerships with other UN agencies and BWIs to further strengthen their cooperation with other unreveatar organizations. For example, UNESCO recently signed strategic partnership agreements with the World Bank, WHO, UNV and UNEP, out of joint initiatives to support the implementation of the SDGs, with the upcoming signing of agreements with FAO and the UNFCCC. Unesco German Commission e.V. Martin Luther-Allee 42 53175 Bonn Internet: www.unesco.de/ – Education. The main objective is to achieve inclusive and equitable education, to promote lifelong learning opportunities for all, to help countries implement SDG 4-Education 2030 and implement UNESCO`s mandate from the international community to guide the coordination of the agenda and monitor progress towards the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) in education (4) and in achieving other sustainable development goals. The „partnership“ approach has significantly increased IHE Delft`s impact on water and development at the global and local level. This approach has been strongly supported by the programmatic cooperation between DGIS and IHE Delft, also known as DGIS UNESCO-IHE Programmatic Cooperation (DUPC), which began in 2008 with the first phase of the programme. DUPC entered its second phase in early 2016. The UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities (GNLC) is an international politically focused network that offers inspiration, know-how and best practices. The network supports the achievement of all 17 SDGs, in particular SDGs 4 and SDG 11.
GNLC has developed a document on learning cities and the SDGs, a guide to integrating lifelong learning as a key to achieving the 17 SDGs. UNESCO is setting up a global forum in which science and policy work together to formulate guidelines for sustainable development. UNESCO does not do research itself and is not a research funding body. It helps Member States build capacity (for example. B training of staff or equipment of institutions), promoting international research cooperation and open data exchange, and setting global standards. In recent years, the Chinese government has been actively involved in international aid to culture, with a steady increase in aid and a diversification of aid.