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#2030年的世界: 帮助教科文组织确定全球议程中与你相关的事项!
2020/06/05
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#2030年的世界: 帮助教科文组织确定全球议程中与你相关的事项!

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帮助教科文组织确定全球议程中与你相关的事项!

教科文组织正发起一项前所未有的公众调查,以深入了解全球公民如何看待威胁当今世界和平的主要挑战以及应对挑战所需的解决方法。调查结果将用于协助教科文组织在未来十年中制定有关这些问题的全球议程,以确保 #2030年的世界 是我们所希望的模样。


参加调查

https://zh.unesco.org/node/324800



这项调查发起于新冠疫情引发深刻的社会剧变之际。人们亟需思考危机后的世界,并思考我们将如何应对气候变化、暴力、普遍的不平等现象以及大规模的技术混乱等持续存在的重大挑战。


“要在新冠危机之后恢复世界秩序,并解决危机开始前就已存在的严峻挑战,未来十年至关重要。”教科文组织总干事阿祖莱说,“教科文组织希望领导全球反思这些问题,而这项新的调查是的反思工作的一部分。了解人们所面临的阻碍和对克服阻碍所抱的希望至关重要。我呼吁所有地区的所有人都参与进来,告诉我们他们的想法。”


尽管有少部分人对多边主义在当今世界能否切实有效发挥作用提出了质疑,但是该项调查仍将深入了解国际社会——包括教科文组织通过其“于人之思想中构建和平”的使命——如何更好地解决所有人关切的问题。


这项调查对全世界开放,即将发布至少20种语言版本。调查开放的时间为未来三个月,调查结果将融入计划于2020年9月发布的《2030年的世界》特别报告。该报告将分析全球各地区对当今世界各种挑战的看法。


此次调查还特别重视吸引年轻人的大量参与。教科文组织希望他们有机会通过此项调查表达自己的观点和想法,在有关未来世界的讨论中做出贡献。


这项调查是教科文组织正在进行的“战略性变革”的一部分,同时也呼应了教科文组织为思考未来世界所做的各种努力,这其中还包括最近刚推出的“教科文组织论坛”系列活动。论坛首先发布了多位杰出的女性思想家、艺术家和活动人士的视频采访,她们就世界在新冠危机之后将面临的挑战和机遇发表了各自见解。




#TheWorldin2030: Help UNESCO set the global agenda on the issues you care about!




Help UNESCO set the global agenda on the issues you care about!

UNESCO is launching an unprecedented public survey to gain insights into global sentiment on the major challenges that threaten peace around the world today and the solutions needed to address them. The results will assist UNESCO in setting the global agenda on these issues over the next decade to ensure #TheWorldin2030 is one we want to live in.

Take the survey

https://en.unesco.org/worldin2030



The survey is being launched at a time of profound societal upheaval linked to the COVID-19 pandemic. There are urgent calls for reflection on the world that will emerge from the crisis and how we will address major ongoing challenges such as climate change, violence, widespread inequalities and massive technological disruption.


“The next ten years are critical for putting the pieces into place for the world to come after the COVID-19 crisis, and addressing the already-severe challenges from before it began,” said UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay. “This new survey is part of UNESCO’s commitment to leading a global reflection on these issues. Understanding the obstacles people are facing and their hopes for overcoming them is crucial, and I call on everyone from all regions to take part and tell us what they think.”


Amid questions from some on the effectiveness and relevance of multilateralism in today’s world, the survey will also gain insights into how the international community, including UNESCO through its mandate to build peace in the minds of men and women, can better address the concerns of all populations.


The survey is open to all around the world and it will soon be available in at least 20 languages. It will be open for the next three months, with the results to be released in September 2020 as part of a special “World in 2030” report analysing global and regional views on the challenges of today.


A special focus has also been placed on ensuring a large number responses from young people. Through the survey, UNESCO aims to give them an opportunity to express their points of view and ideas and contribute to discussions on what the future should look like. 


The survey is being held as part of UNESCO’s ongoing Strategic Transformation. It also fits into wider efforts by the Organization to reflect upon the world to come, including the recent launch of the UNESCO Forum series. This series kicked off this week with video interviews featuring leading women thinkers, artists and activists, in which they aired their views on the challenges and opportunities the world will face in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.


来自 联合国教科文组织

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