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The New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO has appointed six new members to its UNESCO Aotearoa Youth Leaders group. They are, Lotima Vaioleti, Sophia Newton, Adriana Bird, Katja Phutaraksa Neef, Kauri Tearaura and Aimee Clark.
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As part of its 75th anniversary celebrations, UNESCO has released a publication that tells the story of UNESCO’s family of National Commissions and highlight the contribution made by each and every National Commission over the past 75 years.
UNESCO headquarters Paris
It's been a busy couple of months for the National Commission. Catch up on all our latest news including updates from the UNESCO General Conference, the growth of New Zealand's UNESCO Creative City Network and our Memory of the World register.
Plenary Speech Nicki
We are delighted to announce that Aotearoa New Zealand now has four UNESCO Creative Cities with Whanganui announced as a City of Design.
Sarjeant Gallery Whanganui
As UNESCO celebrates its 75th birthday, three exceptional New Zealanders share their UNESCO stories, outlining the impact that UNESCO has had on their lives, as well as on Aotearoa New Zealand as a whole.
Are you a young person with an interest in deepening connections between Aotearoa youth and UNESCO globally in order to contribute to a more sustainable and peaceful future? Then the New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO wants to hear from you.
Youth Leaders group shot Jan 2020
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