The Global School Program
The Global Schools Program (GSP) is the flagship primary and secondary education program of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN). GSP’s mission is to transform learning and give students the values and skills to succeed in an increasingly complex and challenging world. GSP believes teachers are crucial in the learning process, and provides teachers with free tools, frameworks, and training to teach sustainable development in the classroom; improve student skills; introduce the use of new pedagogical approaches such as active-learning and student-centered teaching methods; and improve the overall quality of education.
A leading international school in Pathankot
I.I.M.U.N. (India’s International Movement to Unite Nations, also known as: Indian International Model United Nations or IIMUN) is a youth organization comprising 26,000 young organizers who put together student conferences in 220 cities and 35 countries, and work with over 7,500 schools impacting 1 student. The organization simulates the workings of Indian Parliament and multilateral organizations for school students to engage them in debates about international relations, current affairs and world politics. The aim of the organization is to get Indian students between 13 and 19 to become global citizens with an Indian mind-set.
Korean Cultural Centre India
The Korean Cultural Centre comes under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) of the Republic of Korea. The Cultural Centre is the diplomatic mission of the Republic of Korea. The Korean Cultural Centre India aims to create a cultural bridge between Korea and India, a nation hailing a proud legacy of rich culture, religion, and philosophy.
We would like to communicate with you through culture as an open cultural space where one can experience various Korean culture through performances, exhibitions, movies, books, Korean language classes, Taekwondo, etc. in the New Delhi capital.
Fair Trade Schools
Fairtrade is a global movement to empower the farmers and workers behind our everyday food and fashion choices – it works to share the benefits of trade more equally with everyone involved locally and globally.
The Fairtrade Movement works with over 1.7 million farmers and workers in 1,707 producer organisations in more than 30 countries. The Movement is made up of various layers globally, such as Fairtrade Organisations, national Fairtrade Networks, Towns and Academic institutes and Schools, certifying agencies, supportive importers, civil society organisations, researchers, volunteers and most importantly, YOU, the consumers. Together with farmers and producers, all these players participate in shifting industries towards fairness, justice and equity.
For over three decades, Fairtrade has enabled fairer deals for farmers and workers in developing countries. Fairtrade is a significant driver of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and aims to inspire collective action to achive the SDGs.
The 17 SDGs – adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 2015 – are an ambitious set of global goals to combat poverty and achieve sustainable development by 2030. All of the issues in the SDGs are ambitious, urgent, and interconnected. Nearly all the 169 targets which underpin the global goals have some correlation to food and farming.
The Fairtrade India Schools Programme is funded by the Switch Asia Programme of the European Union that remains committed to enhance learning and curriculum to understand the SDGs and the role we all have to play in making the world more fair and equal.