One UN Climate Change Learning Partnership (UN CC:Learn)
Partenariat d'apprentissage Unité d'action des Nations Unies en matière de changements climatiques
Asociación para el Aprendizaje sobre el Cambio Climatico de la Iniciativa Una ONU
2009 Copenhagen Denmark
Launched 2009, Copenhagen (Denmark), at the Copenhagen Climate Change Summit. First 3-year pilot phase (2011-2013) in 5 pilot countries; 2nd 3-year phase (2014-2017) includes additional countries, new learning products and an upgraded learning platform. Former titles: Partenariat One UN pour L'Apprentissage sur les Changements Climatiques – Iniciativa Una ONU Asociación para el Aprendizaje sobre el Cambio Climatico.
At the global level, support knowledge sharing, promote development of common climate change learning materials and coordinate learning interventions through collaboration of UN agencies and other partners; at the national level, support countries in developing and implementing national climate change learning strategies.
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Secretariat hosted by E-XE3387 - United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR). Included in the One UN Climate Change Action Framework of the E-XE4062 - United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB).
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