Education is an essential component of the response to climate change. To help young people understand the impact of global warming and address changes their attitudes and behavior, encouraging and helping them to adapt to the trends with regard to climate change.
Through its climate change education for sustainable development, UNESCO aims to make education more central part of the climate change and visible from the international response to climate change. Objectives, planned to help people understand the impact of global warming today and increase the "climate literacy" among young people. This is done by strengthening the national capacity to provide quality education to climate change; promoting innovative teaching methods to integrate climate change education in schools and to raise awareness about climate change, as well as improving planned through media, networks and partnerships are informal.
There is a strong argument for human rights and a strong argument for achieving gender equality in education. Are available for investments with high returns. When girls are educated, livelihoods are improved, education is valued and responsibility are improved. In most countries, however, as a result of profound inequalities, unequal access to and achievement in education.
Although the primary global expansion has led to greater gender parity, there are too many girls and women are still excluded from training. 28 countries have failed to do gender parity by the year 2010. The problem of getting all the girls at the school include advocacy, legislation, curricula, teacher training, skills and lifelong learning.
UNESCO's work provides a comprehensive quality education, particularly with regard to the approach of the learning environment and successful results. The organization also leads efforts to increase women's skills: human rights and the key to improve livelihoods, child and maternal health, as well as access to education for girls, both in the community and outside of school.
All movement (EFA) is a general commitment to provide quality basic education for all children, young people and adults. Education forum (Dakar, 2000), 164 Governments pledged to achieve education for all and identified six goals by 2015. Governments, development agencies, civil society and the private sector are working together to achieve the objectives of education for all.
The Dakar Framework for action mandated UNESCO to coordinate, in cooperation with these partners, convener of the four Dakar forum (UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF and the world bank). The head of the Agency, UNESCO focuses its activities in five key areas: political dialogue, monitoring, advocacy, mobilization of financial and development opportunities.
In order to sustain political commitment for education for all and to accelerate progress in objectives in 2015, UNESCO has developed a number of coordination mechanisms led by the international coordination of UNESCO's education for all.