30th November 2022
NBCC and the NBCC Foundation invite you to join us for our third international digital conference, Mental Health Connections: Building a Global Counseling Community. This conference highlights education, training, practice, and research to expand the counseling profession and mental health services worldwide. A community of mutual learning and collaboration must consider individual, community, cultural, and national differences. Participants will learn through an international lens as speakers from across the globe share insights on current or prospective initiatives for developing the future of the profession.
Participants will learn about the state of counseling and mental health outside of the United States.
Participants will learn about initiatives in education, training, practice, and research that build community and mutual learning
Participants will gain familiarity with challenges in counseling professionalization and mental health service provision in communities worldwide.
24th November 2022
The UIA Associations Round Tables promote, facilitate and enable expanded dynamism in the work of international associations. In each of their varied and attractive locations, the Round Tables focus on structured training, educational and networking opportunities. They are famous for opening up the mind and the senses to local cultural events; they invariably provide outstanding food and beverage experiences. The UIA Associations Round Table Europe 2022 is an event designed for participants working in and with international associations, and we hope to see many of you in Rotterdam!
What you can expect:
• presentations on common challenges by peers working in international associations and by experts
• discussions in workshops and break-out rooms with the chance to ask in-depth questions and to share and exchange knowledge and experience
• UIA team members will moderate the sessions throughout, guiding and assisting the delegates
• networking breaks, lunches, dinner
• three exciting tours to discover Rotterdam Please, see all the topics of the programme and the schedule below:
ABSS Global council of Art & Culture in Association with Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation-NEPAL & National Commission of UNESCO- NEPAL organizes 11th Cultural Olympiad of Performing Arts 2022 a Cultural forum of Multilingual Drama, Dance, Music and Instrumental Fest/Contest.
Last Date of Registration - 30th Oct 2022
Every year on October 17, the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, people come together across the world to listen to those living in poverty and to reaffirm the collective commitment to end poverty.
This year, a high-level UN commemorative event is taking place in New York. You can attend in person or virtually.
30 May 2022
Re-imagining a STEM Research Culture: Lessons learnt from 20 years of evolution for inclusive representation in science and engineering. This is a collaborative project between the International Network of Women Engineers and Scientists (INWES) and the University of Warwick, UK.
31 Aug - 8 Sept 2022
The training focuses on equipping 30 youth workers from 4 EU countries (Belgium, France, Romania and Bulgaria) as well as members from all Europe from the YMCA Europe and CCIVS networks with the skills and tools needed to better access and serve young people through digital youth work, especially marginalised young people. This training will be held in Bansko, Bulgaria.
19 May 2022
Dr Barbara Rogoff (University of California-Santa Cruz) will present on her research on the organisation of Indigenous families of the Americas. Our second presenter, Carolina Cerezuela, is involved in The Ananda Learning Center in a Zapotec village in the southern highlands of Oaxaca, Mexico – where they offer Montessori education to the children of the local community and children from families who have moved to the village.
8 June 2022
On the occasion of the INTERNATIONAL OCEANS DAY - SAILING #Art4GlobalGoals, the unique art-show and awareness campaign for the SDGs, uses sails instad of canvas for the artist's interpretation of the SDGs and will take place at UNESCO Headquarters on June 8, 2022 from 6-8pm (on invitation only). At the same time and during the whole day, the graphic editions of these unique art pieces are visible at the 7th floor Restaurant of UNESCO.
17 August 2021
This year, the Mondial du Théâtre, an Amateur Theater festival, welcomes fifteen international troupes in Monaco from August 17 to 22. On this occasion, AITA / IATA will hold its 37th General Assembly with the election of its president and the renewal of its Council. Conferences and workshops will be offered to festival-goers.
13 November 2021
Official partner of Unesco, the NGO Association Nationale Cultures du Monde is recognized for its actions towards ICH, and for the Festival organized each year in July in Gannat. We are aware, within our association, of the importance of contributing to the safeguard and promotion of ICH as a determining factor in the maintenance of cultural diversity
14 June 2021
Linguistic and cultural diversity become more and more evident everywhere, but their importance, their scope and their implications are often neglected. For this reason we invite you to join our course, in which we approach linguistic diversity and multilingualism both from a theoretical point of view and from a perspective aimed to help understand and manage various elements that emerge from diversity in different environments of social interaction.
28 September 2021
SDG Dialogueforum Austria “Building forward better with Agenda 2030″ on the theme ‘Together for sustainable development after Covid-19’ is an event co-hosted by the Ban Ki-moon Centre, SDG Watch Austria and the Austrian inter-ministerial Working Party on Agenda 2030. It will discuss the implementation of the Agenda 2030 in Austria, as well as putting emphasis on four focus areas with Innovation pools on “Digitalization”, “Women, youth and ‘leaving no one behind’”, climate action and adaptation to climate change, and Austria in the global context.
8-10 December 2021
The intersections of social determinants of health, economic stability, community status, and access to health services and education, are essential considerations for counselors and other mental health professionals. These intersections impact public awareness, stigma, and the engagement of mental health professionals in their practice, training, and research. Better understanding of these critical intersections can serve as a powerful mobilizer of efforts to expand health equity in global communities. These considerations are the underpinnings of NBCC’s second digital international conference.