The United Nations Educational,
Scientific and Cultural Organization


  The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is an organization that works to establish peace by the means of international cooperation in Education, Science, and Culture. It was established on the 16th of November 1945 after the participating countries in a conference decided to found an organization that would encourage a culture of peace, secure an "intellectual and moral solidarity of mankind," and prevent another world war. After the conference concluded on November 16th of that year, 37 of the member states formally founded UNESCO with the Constitution of UNESCO the current programs of UNESCO contribute to the completion of the Sustainable Development Goals outlined in Agenda 2030, which was affirmed by the UN General Assembly in 2015. In doing so, it uses its five main programs: education, natural sciences, social/human sciences, culture and communication/information to sponsor projects in fields such as but not limited to literacy, teacher-training, and heritage conservation. By doing so, it makes an important benefaction to the preservation of global cultural diversity and promoting progress worldwide in education. In the 4th edition of HaydarpaşaMUN, the topics of Effects of Global Warming on World Heritage Sites and the Global Implementation of STEM will be tackled by the delegates. The delegates will be spending the four days of the conference to debate upon and find the appropriate solutions to these issues at HaydarpaşaMUN. Come and join us in the UNESCO committee for sessions full of fruitful debates and lots of fun!

Agenda Item 1:  Effects of Global Warming on World Heritage Sites

Agenda Item 2:  Global Implementation of STEM