National Association of UNESCO Clubs in the Philippines, Inc

National Association of UNESCO Clubs in the Philippines, Inc

National Association of UNESCO Clubs in the Philippines, Inc.

Department of Foreign Affairs Bldg, Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City 1300

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Kindly fill out and submit this template along with a three-page documentation (photos, testimonies of partners / beneficiaries, certificates,publications, etc.)on or before 15August2017.

For further information please refer to the Guidelines & Criteria for The Search for Outstanding UNESCO Clubs or contact Engr. Cheradee Ann Cabanlit (+63977-0178543) orMr. Jonathan Jaime Guerrero(+63917-5928610)

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PRESENTER / *The Project Presenter must be an officer/member of the UNESCO Club and not the Adviser.
Full Name of Project Presenter* / [Mr./Ms.] (First/ Given name) {M.I.) (Family/Last name) / Photo
(Please PASTE a passport sized photograph in this space.)
Date of Birth [dd/mm/yy] / dd/mm/yy
Official / Complete Name
of UNESCO Club
(do not put acronyms)
(do not put acronyms)
City, Province
Contact Details / Office / Address
Phone / Fax
Home / Address
Phone / Fax
Facebook Account
Year(s) of engagement / membership in the Club
Complete Name / Prof. XYZ
[Dr./Prof./Mr./Ms.] (First/ Given name) {M.I.) (Family/Last name)
Mobile Number
Email Address
Program Sector
(check only one) / ☐ EDUCATION
Project Title
(do not use acronyms)
(100-word description of project)
(check only one) / ☐ Social Inclusion / ☐Civic Engagement and Participation
☐Intercultural Dialogue / ☐Social Entrepreneurship & Innovation
☐Skills Development / ☐Violence & Conflict Prevention, and Consolidation of Peace
Key Actors
(who initiated and implemented)
Collaborators/Partners (if any)
Target Group(s)
Goals & Objectives
Period of Implementation
Main Contents/Activities
(maximum of 600 words)
Key Outputs
Expected Mid/Long-term Impacts
Plans for Follow-up
Lessons Learnt
Notes (Any additional comments, information, reflections, etc.)

I undersigned submit this application along with the required documents for The 2015 Search for the Outstanding UNESCO Clubs of the Philippines and hereby affirm that all details stated above are complete, accurate and true. I agree that this data can be stored electronically and in printed form.

Signature / Date of Submission


Theme / Possible Fields for Action Projects
Social Inclusion / Access to and quality of education and learning opportunities; cultural rights, including indigenous and minority rights; advocacy for inclusive national youth policies; science, technology and innovation; civic and political inclusion; freedom of expression; youth with disabilities; social inclusion and prevention of HIV/AIDS; human rights of migrants; inclusion through sport and the arts; popularization of science, etc.
Civic Engagement and Participation / Civic education and learning (formal, informal, non-formal); participation in national or community decision-making process (at different levels: local authorities, local elected representatives, school or community); inclusive policies affecting youth; development or enhancement of representative and inclusive youth participation structures (youth councils and others); facilitating youth dialogue with decision-makers and civil society organizations; youth-led action benefiting communities and particularly vulnerable populations; volunteerism, including in civil society organizations; youth media (including building capacities of youth to develop or participate in community media); ICTs to promote civic engagement and participation (including engaging youth through information and mobile technology); participation in scientific processes, the use of science and innovative solutions to engage members of society; youth civic engagement as a strategy to prevent violence affecting youth; civic engagement through sport; civic engagement through arts and forms of cultural expressions; employability, etc.
Intercultural Dialogue / Creative cities; creative industries; indigenous and minority rights and participation; intercultural exchanges; respect for cultural, ethnic, religious and linguistic diversity; heritage awareness and preservation; role and use of media, including social media; intercultural competences, global citizenship and new identities; rapprochement of cultures and a culture of peace; the use of science and research in the promotion of culture, etc.
Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation / Social entrepreneurship and innovation in or through culture, science and technology, ICTs; youth-led research on social entrepreneurship and innovation; social entrepreneurship training; poverty reduction and sustainable livelihoods; community development; violence prevention affecting youth; social inclusion; promoting a culture of innovation, etc.
Skills Development / Green skills; promoting careers in science and research; Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET); promoting Science Education among youth particularly young women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM); arts education; physical education and training; science education; employability and school-to-work transition, including through fellowships and first job opportunities; Information and Communication Technologies and mobile apps development, etc.
Violence and Conflict Prevention, and Consolidation of Peace / Civic and rights’ education and learning (formal, informal, non-formal); participation in decision-making or in governance; participation in political processes, especially in periods of democratic transition; youth-led advocacy and communication to voice up youth’s aspirations; civic and political inclusion; freedom of expression; promotion of a democratic culture, including through schools; improving the interface between science, society and policy, etc.


Note: NAUCP doesnot accept research or project proposals. The submitted programme/project must have been accomplished or started running within September 2015 to July 2016.

[1]Adopted from 8th UNESCO Forum Reference Guide