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Article Submission for NCBUCP Newsletter

We would like to invite every accredited UNESCO Club to submit one article for our newsletter to be released this year, 2022.


The Contribution

·         Types & Word Count

News Article – brief, topical and news-oriented (50 to 200 words)

Major Article – in-depth discussion of topics / interest (500 to 1,000 words)

·         Topics / Interest

UNESCO Club activities / projects / events conducted or accomplished within April 2020 to June 30 2021 which are related to any of the five themes / program sectors: Education, Science & Technology, Social & Human Sciences, Culture, and Information & Communication

·         Content

Content should convey information that will help readers understand the advocacies of UNESCO Clubs and / or promote the ideals and thrusts of UNESCO.  It should be written in English.



·         Deadline – on or before 11:59 pm July 30, 2022 youth4unesco2020@gmail .com

·         Use the prescribed form “Article Submission” attached here in the second page of this memo.

·         Only one article is considered for each UNESCO Club.

·         Authors are encouraged to include the following when submitting a major article:

A short bio (not more than 30 words)

A photo of the activity / project / event

·         The Editorial Board reserves the right to identify whether the article submitted for publication shall be included in the newsletter and reserves the right to edit as necessary on the basis of space, content and suitability of messaging for the audience.

·         Do not pre-publicize that you have submitted an article for publication.

·         All articles which are selected for publication will be proofread for content, spelling and grammar.

·         By contributing an article to the newsletter, you agree that it will be publicly available.

·         Your name as the author will be published with your article.

News Article 2022.docx


Kudos to the National Coordinating   Body   of   UNESCO Clubs in the Philippines Inc. (NCBUCP Inc,) formerly NAUCP Inc. now celebrating its 10th year anniversary since it was founded   in   December 2010 headed by Chairman Serafin S. Arviola Ph.D.

The NCBUCP, fondly called UNESCO Clubs of the Philippines, have been into the service of youth mobilization, promoting peace and global citizenship education following the 17 SDGs of the United Nations   Agenda. Achieving the UNESCO’s goals towards awareness and implementation of several activities concerning world science, cultural heritage promotion and protection primarily, educating the youth on social concerns and peacebuilding activities reaching the grassroots in the entire Philippines soaring high, spreading its wings globally having been accredited and recognized member of the Asia Pacific Federation of UNESCO Clubs and Association (AFUCA) and World Federation of UNESCO Clubs, Centres and Association (WFUCA), a big congratulations to  NCBUCP.

In December 15, 2010, NAUCP was founded to realize its vision of mobilizing youth to spread peacebuilding education, empowering leaders throughout the country’s even far-flung  places  and being connected to UNESCO National Commission global associations of  UNESCO Clubs. Hence in 2011, the NAUCP formally acquired accreditation from the Security    Exchange Commission.

In 2019, it changed  its name to NCBUCP as it has been granted by the Security Exchange Commission (SEC), its new name now National Coordinating Body of UNESCO Clubs in the Philippines Inc. housed at the UNESCO Natcom  Office at the Department of   Foreign   Affairs in   Pasay.

The newly - elected officers of NCBUCP taking their oath of office during the awarding of 14th Mitsubishi Enikki Fiesta Grand Prix Winner on
March 2, 2021 at St. Bridget School, Quezon City, Philippines