Call for Accreditation
A global grassroots movement, Clubs for UNESCO supports the Organization’s priorities by using a community’s own experience, skills, and outlook to foster peace and exchange. They consist of groups of people of all ages, from all walks of life and every background who share a firm belief in UNESCO’s ideals.
The primary purpose of the Clubs is to develop understanding and support for UNESCO and its programs. They seek to disseminate UNESCO’s ideals and undertake activities directly inspired by those of the Organization, broaden cultural horizons and provide an invaluable service to UNESCO and the National Commissions for UNESCO in supplementing public information activities.
The Clubs respect the founding principles of UNESCO and are non-profit making. They are also legally and financially independent from UNESCO.
UNESCO Clubs aim to:
Four (4) main categories of UNESCO Clubs:
Clubs established in schools whose members are pupils and teachers in educational institutions;
Programs, projects and activities of UNESCO Clubs must be aligned to one or more of the following overarching objectives of UNESCO:
The UNESCO National Commission (UNACOM) is responsible for the orientations and legitimacy of activities that are undertaken by the UNESCO Clubs. It is highly recommended that the “Practical Guide for UNESCO Clubs” be consulted before proceeding with the accreditation process. A copy of which may be downloaded at here.
The step-by-step process is as follows:
a. Letter of Intent signed by the Club Head and Club Adviser;
b. Constitution and By-Laws;
c. Financial Status Report for the last year;
d. Club Logo (in JPEG format)
e. Power point presentation containing the logo of the club and a picture of accomplished projects/activities (template to be provided by NCBUCP)
f. Endorsement letters outside from the club/organization
g. Other pertinent documents, if any (e.g. commendations, certifications, etc).
Deadline of Applications: August 30, 2023
Accreditation Ceremony: TBA
CRITERIA FOR NEWLY-ACCREDITED UNESCO CLUBS
1. The vision and mission of the club should be inclined to the thrusts and ideals of United Nation Education, Science, and Culture Organization (UNESCO): Education, Science and Technology; Human and Social Sciences; Culture; and Communication.
2. The club must be established and run for at least one year on the day of submission and headed by adviser/s with the club’s officers.
3. The club must have sustainable projects that help other people in their school and community without sacrificing the environment and the rights of others.
4. The club should have strong funding and/or a budget that sustain the club’s project and other future activities and must have no issue with any credit.
5. The Logo of the club must be original and/or should not violate the guidelines on using the UNESCO logo.
6. The number of members of the club must be enough to execute the vision and mission of the club in the entire year.
7. The club must be highly recommended to be one of the accredited UNESCO Clubs in the Philippines by the entitled person in the community or school.
8. The club should be intended to be accredited UNESCO Club and not forced by anyone.
1. All the required documents are complete that submitted to the NCBUCP on time
2. The vision and mission of the club are inclined to the thrusts and ideals of UNESCO.
3. The club is established and run for at least one year.
4. The logo of the club is original
5. The club is highly recommended by an entitled person
6. The number of members is enough to execute planned projects
1. The financial report is clear and specific
2. The financial report is signed and audited
3. The fund of the club can sustain the projects of the organization.
1. The activities of the club are exercising the thrusts and ideals of UNESCO
2. The club has numbers of sustainable projects.
For more information, please email email@example.com and/or coordinate with any of the following:
President, NCBUCP, Inc.
Mobile Numbers: 0945-851-1492