~Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, 30 January 2009
NEW: 30 January 2015 - Next CTAUN Conference at the UN
- see announcement on this page
Reports on past conferences can be found under "CONFERENCES"
2014 Annual CTAUN Conference at the UN in New York: "Promoting Peace Through Education"
2014 CTAUN Atlanta Conference: “Youth in Danger: A Call to Action”
2013 CTAUN Conference at SMU in DALLAS, TX
- "Global Partnerships: Where do you fit?" Click here for the conference report
The UN Secretary General's High Level Panel on Post2015 has released its report
To download the report and add comments click here
To join the global conversation
and help shape the Millennium Development Goals post-2015 click here
The UN now offers Tours for Children
- specifically geared for elementary grades. For more information, and to book a tour,
Millennium Development Goals
Access and Quality
CTAUN provides educators worldwide with opportunities to learn about the work of the United Nations and to incorporate this global awareness into curricula and school activities at all levels.
- We organize conferences to bring educators together with international experts at the United Nations and around the country.
- We facilitate curriculum development on international issues.
- Through Best Practices Awards, we recognize teachers’ hard work, dedication, creativity and resourcefulness.
- We believe with Nelson Mandela that “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
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30 January 2015
The UN at 70: Making a Difference
Join Educators, NGO Representatives, UN Delegates and Experts to learn why, how, and by whom the UN was founded, what has changed over these seventy years as the UN has adapted to each succeeding decade, and what the future holds as it moves forward to achieve new goals for “2015 and Beyond.”
You will learn about ”the “only organization that has the worldwide membership, the global reach and universal legitimacy” to tackle today’s many international concerns through diplomacy instead of through violence, and to learn how you, your colleagues and your students can contribute to “making a difference.”
To register for the conference: CLICK HERE
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Discussions are taking place at the UN to prepare for a post-2015 development after the Millennium Development Goals
(MDGs) expire. You can follow those discussions and add YOUR voice at
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Support the Campaign to end the recruitment and use of children in armed conflict:
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Check out our new Teacher Resources on Peace Education
on the “TEACHER RESOURCES” tab