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Accueil > Développement durable - Mise à jour: 08-09-2004 10:44 am
Le Sommet mondial sur le développement durable s'est tenu à Johannesbourg du 26 août au 4 septembre 2002.  
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L'UNESCO a été impliquée dans un bon nombre d'événements, manifestations et initiatives de partenariat qui se sont déroulés en marge du sommet mondial.

Depuis longtemps, l'Organisation s’intéresse aux questions liées au développement durable. Elle a ainsi largement contribué aux courants d'idées et aux actions qui ont suivi la Conférence de l’ONU sur l’environnement et le développement (Rio 1992).

Les contributions de l'UNESCO au Sommet mondial concernent les champs de son mandat : l’éducation, les sciences, la culture etla communication. Ces contributions trouvent aussi leur inspiration dans des documents tels que sa stratégie à moyen terme pour 2002-2007, une résolution de la Conférence générale relative au Sommet mondial de Johannesbourg, la décaration du millénaire de l'ONU ainsi que des plans d'action issus d'événements tels que Conférence mondiale sur l'enseignement supérieur, le Forum de Dakar sur l'Education pour tous , la Conférence mondiale des sciences de Budapest ou encore la Conférence mondiale sur la culture et le développement de Stockholm. Continuer

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Sites web
Women - Beijing Conference
Fourth World Conference on Women - Beijing, People's Republic of China, 1995
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Women - Beijing+5
2000
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Women and Gender in Social and Human Sciences
Web-site of activities regarding women in UNESCO’s Sector of Social and Human Sciences
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Women and Water: Resources Supply and Use
Project which ran from 1996 to 1999 within UNESCO’s International Hydrological Programme (IHP), with a focus on Sub-Saharan Africa.
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Women on the Net
Assisting women in using the Internet for their empowerment.
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Women's Environment & Development Organization (WEDO)
WEDO is an international advocacy organization that seeks to increase the power of women worldwide as policymakers at all levels in governments, institutions and forums to achieve economic and social justice, a healthy and peaceful planet, and human rights for all.
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World Commission on the Ethics of Scientific Knowledge and Technology (COMEST).
The ethics of freshwater use and of energy are among the topics assessed by sub-commissions of the COMEST.
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World Conservation Union (IUCN)
The World Conservation Union brings together over 980 members from 140 countries, including States, government agencies and various kinds of non-governmental agencies, in a unique world partnership for conserving nature.
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World Heritage Convention and Biodiversity Conservation
The World Heritage List includes such world-renowned sites as Bialowieza, Galapagos Islands, Great Barrier Reef, Lake Baikal, Serengeti-Ngorongoro and Yellowstone among its 144 natural and 23 mixed sites.
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World Heritage Sites as Premium Tourist Destinations
The World Heritage List (presently comprising 721 exceptional cultural and natural sites in 124 countries) includes some of the world’s greatest tourism destinations, ranging from the Taj Mahal to Machu Picchu and the banks of the Seine in Paris, from the Great Barrier Reef to Sagamartha and Kilimanjaro.
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World Tourism Organization (WTO)
Joint organizer with UNEP of the World Ecotourism Summit (Quebec City, Canada, 19-22 May), principal event in the International Year of Ecotourism (2002).
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World Water Assessment
For development, capacity-building and the environment
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World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)
Since its creation in 1961, WWF has become one of the world’s largest independent organizations dedicated to the conservation of nature, working in around 100 countries and supported by some five million people worldwide.
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WSSD Official Website
Online information on the summit
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Documents
Report to the UNESCO Executive Board (May 2002) - by UNESCO
In Document 164 EX/45 (dated 3 May 2002), the Director-General summarizes the preparatory process and expected outcomes of the World Summit. Continuer

UNESCO Position Paper and Proposals to WSSD PrepCom 3 (March 2002) - by UNESCO
‘Enhancing Global Sustainability’, the title of a UNESCO position paper and proposals prepared for and widely distributed at the third session of the Preparatory Committee for the World Summit (New York, 25 March-5 April 2002) Continuer

Director General Address to Permanent Delegates (7 March 2002) - by UNESCO Director General
Address on ‘UNESCO preparations for and contribution to the World Summit on Sustainable Development’. Continuer

Director General Note on Co-ordination of Preparatory Activities for the World Summit (January 2002) - by UNESCO Director General
DG/Note/02/02 of 16 January 2002, indicating that interdisciplinarity and intersectoral co-operation should be the hallmarks of UNESCO’s preparations of, and follow-up to, the Summit, and creating an intersectoral task force for this purpose. Continuer

gender_parity50.gifThe Challenge of Achieving Gender Parity in Basic Education. A Statistical Review, 1990-1998. - by UNESCO
This Report attempts to produce a global picture of the present situation, provide an anlysis of the disparities which exist in primary and secondary education, and identify present trends in particular regionas and societieis. Continuer

Education for Sustainability - From Rio to Johannesburg: Lessons learnt from a decade of commitment - by UNESCO Education Sector
A report on the lessons learnt about the contribution of education to sustainable development over the decade between the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in 1992 and the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD). Continuer

cultures50.gifCultures of Populations, Population Dynamics and Sustainable Development - by UNESCO
This book analyses how sensitivity to socio-cultural knowledge is crucial for active participation thus creating the sense of belonging to policies and programmes that people can adopt as their own. Continuer

sociocultural50.jpgSocio-Cultural Research on Information, Education & Communication and Advocacy - by UNESCO
This Practical Guide is a follow-up activity to a major UNESCO/UNFPA Project (Understanding Socio-cultural factors Affecting Demographic Behaviour and Implication for the Formation and Execution of Population Policies and Programmes), commissioned by UNESCO and undertaken by Aidcom in Malaysia. Continuer

easy50.gifEasy Guide to Undertake Socio-Cultural Research - by UNESCO
The scope of this guide is limited to first time users in action-oriented participatory research. It provides the basic important concepts and tools for data collection and analysis for new and ongoing projects. Continuer

cambiar50.gifCambiar es posible - by UNESCO
Este libro presenta propuestas sobre desarrollo sostenible, que nos hablan de cooperación, entre gentes del Primer y Tercer Mundo. Continuer

General Conference Resolution 31 C/40 (November 2001) - by UNESCO
Resolution on ‘Sustainable Development and the Johannesburg Summit 2002’, adopted by the UNESCO General Conference at the thirty-first session on 2-3 November 2001. Continuer

Gender and Post-literacy: A Non-formal Education Approach to HIV/AIDS Prevention - by Namtip Aksornkool - UNESCO
Results of an awareness-raising workshop in Mbabane, Swaziland for education, health care and communication professionals from Malawi, Swaziland and Zimbabwe to assist in preparing post-literacy materials to teach safe sex. Continuer

arabch50.gifPopulation et perspectives de développement du monde arabe - by UNESCO
Le présent travail s'inscrit dans la suite de la carte de la population du monde "L'humanité sur la planète". Continuer

Youthxguide50.jpgYouth Xchange - by UNESCO
This guide and website have been designed to serve as a tool kit to help trainers involve the largest possible number of young people in sustainable consumption efforts. Continuer

Youth sust50.jpgYouth, Sustainable Consumption Patterns and Lifestyles - by UNESCO
This report reflects the results of the UNESCO / UNEP project on "Youth, sustainable consumption patterns and lifestyles", which was launched in March, 2000. Continuer

blue women50.gifGender Equality and Equity - by UNESCO
A summary review of UNESCO's accomplishments since the Fourth World Conference on Women (Beijing 1995). Continuer

African Stories - by UNESCO
Results of the UNESCO-DANIDA workshops for the preparation of post-literacy reading materials and radio programmes for girls and women in Africa. Continuer

americas50.jpgEducation for a Sustainable Future in the Americas - by UNESCO / OAS
This monograph was published as part of the activities of the Strategic Plan for Partnership for Development 1997 - 2001 of the Inter-American Council for Integral Development. Continuer

desafio50.gifLos Desafíos Ambientales - by UNESCO
La búsqueda de medios e instrumentos que faciliten acciones concertadas a todos los niveles para encontrar soluciones interdisciplinares e intersectoriales eficaces. Continuer

Guidelines on Gender-Neutral Language - by Annie Desprez-Bouanchaud, Janet Doolaege, Lydia Ruprecht and Breda Pavlic - UNESCO
Third edition of a booklet first published by UNESCO in 1987. Continuer

educating50.jpgEducating for a Sustainable Future: A Transdiciplinary Vision for Concerted Action - by UNESCO
This document was prepared by UNESCO as Task Manager for Chapter 36 of Agenda 21, as a contribution to the Work Programme of Education, Public Awareness and Training of the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development. The Work Programme "calls on UNESCO to take the lead in refining the concept and key messages of education for sustainable development". Continuer

Agenda 21, Chapter 35 (Science for sustainable development) - by UN ECOSOC
‘Science for sustainable development ‘ is a chapter of Agenda 21 where UNESCO has acted as inter-agency task manager. Continuer

Agenda 21, Chapter 36 (Education, public awareness and training) - by UN ECOSOC
Since the Rio Conference of 1992, UNESCO has acted as inter-agency task manager within the UN system for Chapter 36 of Agenda 21. In this function, reports on ‘Education, public awareness and training have been considered at various sessions of the Commission on Sustainable Development. Continuer

envandsociety50.gifEnvironment and Society: Education and Public Awareness for Sustainability - by UNESCO / Government of Greece
Proceedings of the Thessaloniki International Conference held in December 1997. Continuer

wbank50.gifOrganizing Knowledge for Environmentally and Socially Sustainable Development - by UNESCO / World Bank
Proceedings of a Concurrent Meeting of the Fifth Annual World Bank Conference on Environmentally and Socially Sustainable Development, "Partnerships for Global Ecosystem Management: Science, Economics and Law". Continuer

analisis50.gifEl análisis Interdisciplinar de la Problemática Ambiental - by UNESCO
Este texto nace del encuentro de un equipo interdisciplinario. El objetivo que persigue es presentar, de forma articulada, los diferentes enfoques o perspectivas que pueden ser utilizados para interpretar un fenómeno o problema ambiental. Continuer

enfoque50.gifLa Interpretación de la Problemática Ambiental: Enfoques Básicos - by UNESCO
Es un texto que tiene como primera finalidad introducir al lector en el enfoque sistémico, en la medida que tal modelo de pensamiento permite aproximarse a la cuestión ambiental, tomando en cuenta la complejidad de los sistemas naturales y sociales. Continuer

poblacion50.jpgEducación en Población - by UNESCO
Se trata de una serie de textos destinados a la educación para la vida familiar en la escuela, elaborados por el Ministerio de Educación Nacional de Colombia. Continuer

primed50.jpgPRIMED, A Succesful Experience in Urban Intervention - by UNESCO
This book collates the experiences of some of the marginal districts of Medellin, Colombia, in the field of integrated territorial planning and management. Continuer

belovedplanet50.gifMy Beloved Planet - by UNESCO
With humour, but with scientific rigour, his book sets out some of the complex problems related to the environment and population that affect the whole world. Continuer

Chapter 36 of Agenda 21 "Promoting Education, Public Awareness and Training" - by United Nations Conference on Environment and Development
It provides an umbrella for all action related to education for sustainable development, including those foreseen by other UN conferences. Continuer

Internet Infrastructure and e-Governance in Pacific Island Countries - by
Available in paper and online versions. Continuer

ecotourism50.gifWhat is ecotourism? - by
Enumarating the general characteristics of ecotourism. Continuer

Draft International Guidelines on Sustainable Tourism - by
Guidelines which seek to assist policy and decision makers and managers responsible for tourism and bidiversity, prepared under the aegis of UNEP and the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). Continuer

Strategy for Sustainable Tourism Development in the Sahara - by
One of a dozen available studies on cultural tourism, presents proposals and five guideline strategies for tourism development in the Sahara. Continuer

Tracking the Path of Sustainable Tourism - by
Four-page coloured booklet prepared by the MAB Programme for the recent World Ecotourism Summit held in Quebec City in May Continuer


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