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 UNESCO Centers and Associations!

Welcome to the official website of the U.S. Federation of UNESCO Clubs, Centers and Associations (USFUCA). USFUCA is the national body that oversees the presence of the United Nations cultural arm's grassroots movement in the United States of America. USFUCA represents our country in the World Federation of UNESCO Clubs, Centers and Associations.

The SDGs 2020 Report makes clear, the world is not on track to achieve the goals by 2030. Even before the COVID-19 outbreak, progress had been slow. Six years after the approval of the 2030 Agenda, the average of the SDG Index in the region shows modest advances in the goals set.


How is your region fairing when it comes to SDGs to date? From your perspective, in your country, what is an issue that is hindering the success of ONE of the SDGs goals?  What would be a real solution you could develop for your community/country to help ensure success by 2030. Make sure you tell us what SDG goal you are focusing on.

2022 Question :

UNESCO Clubs 2022 Worldwide Youth Multimedia Contest

USFUCA, UNESCO Center for Peace, World Genesis Foundation, and WhizJuniors invite youth around the world to take part in this year’s Multimedia Competition.  Unparalleled connectivity put youth in one of the greatest positions to bring much needed change to the world.


UNESCO’s mission is to mobilize the optimism of youth to respond to an acute world problem to serve others now. Last year, motivated participants from over 81 countries submitted over 5000 projects in this highly rewarding contest.

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We welcome your donations to the Action Moves People United Project

US Federation of Unesco Clubs 2017 Special guest

Patrick Moraz


Creativity, used in the broadest sense of the term, is the exultation of the spirit affirming its freedom to produce new value.

We should however differentiate the "poetry" of the creation from the "prose" of the fabrication. These two "mechanisms" (of the creation and the fabrication) are therefore a dialectical antithesis.


Action Moves People United

Action Moves People United, a World Peace Project with the U.S. Federation of UNESCO Clubs and Associations is currently being created by an award winning team. We endeavor to raise awareness of environmental and humanitarian crisis and find actionable solutions. We are reaching out to all people and organizations from around the world to join in our vision. One of our plans for the album and film is to pair up artists who live in opposing countries for collaborations that go beyond politics, religion and borders. Through our pursuit, we hope to reach as many people as possible and inspire them all to pay it forward in their own communities as well as in our world-wide community. Peace!

Cameroonian Civil Rights Leader Returns Home

The U.S. Embassy in Yaounde recently welcomed Cameroonian American Mr. Guy Djoken during his trip to the land of his birth. Mr. Djoken currently serves as Chairman of the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO Clubs, Centers & Associations Working Group & Executive Director of UNESCO Center for Peace.

The United States was an important part of the creation of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, Cultural Organization (UNESCO) that was founded after World War II on 16 November 1945 to contribute to peace and security. 

UNESCO strives to promote peace and security among nations through education, science, and culture. Its main concern is to foster and maintain intellectual solidarity. 

A great way to get involved with UNESCO is to start a UNESCO club, center or association. It begins with a group of like-minded people who desire to promote international understanding and to involve themselves in the programs and activities of UNESCO. Both new and existing organizations are welcome to apply.


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