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ED soon after 2010 death of Von Neumann's first journalist of Architect Intelligence The Japan Ambassador to bangladesh hosted 2 brainstorming sessions- since 2001 Steve Jobs and Fazle Abed had united their support of net generations futures : would a moon of the top 30 cooperations visioned by 1billiongirls help bridge human intel until Steve Jobs gift of a university in phone (iphone 2007) might renew interest in man made engines blending human intelligence ... EconomistLearning.com from 2009 stanford's fei-fei li began the new entrereneurial revolution of pretraining computer visiosn (in about 10 different ways from science games deepmind, to 1000language games LLM , to object recognition of autonomous cars are ever needed, to nlp to literature veviews in real time of very covid publication to 2019 stanford hai inviting every human discipline grads spend time on to HAI ,,,,as pretraining of humans rose to 2015 hopes were that high that it was time to declare 17 cooperation dev goals and roadmapping of UN2 comprised of dynamic subystems of above zero-sum human networking. Bangladesh as deepest place branding of SDG5 celebrates being 52 years young in 2023 the 265th year of smithian moral sentiments at Abed's Alma mater Glasgow Universiity. Supporting hi-tech hi-trust Asian place winners include: singapore 2023; hong kong (22.1 Place winners 22.22022 ... Thailand2021 ..) . Abed was not just a world class civil engineer; he dedicated half a century until his death in December 2019 as servant leader. Aligned by HG Wells bon mots: civilisation is a race between education and catastrophe, Abed Bhai preferred to be seen as host of microeducationsummit not financiers summits: his gravitation purpose of 30 women empowered cooperations that of united refugees, villagers and civil societies in ENDING POVERTY. Fortunately for the worlds poorest new nation Bangaldesh 1971- Abed had networks like no other community leader. HIs friends' coop roadmapping reached out to intel vitalised by at least a billion village mothers in tropical inland asia where, a third of infants were dying of diarrhea before Abed's person to person networking became the best news ever chatted. Fro mid 1950s studies in Glasgow he spent nearly 13 years growing to be Royal Dutch Shell Oil Company's regional CEO. So his lifetime searches uniquely capitalised on what UK and Dutch Royal Societies (soon Japan Royals too) knew how to help end the poverty their colonial era had up to 1945 trapped the majority of humans world trade in. Simply put most Asian coastal belts link national borders defined by what these < a href="http://www.kc3.dev">3 kingdoms designed in to trading barriers over nearly half millennium. And which had made the English language that of world class engineering (digital age as well as pre-digital) So by 1970s these nations royal societies (including londons arts green-geographical, medicinie, science, architects ...) were happy that a grounded movement could link them into what they didnt fully know culturally or consciously. From 1970 on Abed linked in global village mapping like no one else - through these relationships and by designing business microfrachises not charity wherever possible for village women to own. To study with abed alumni is to join in the world's most cooperative empowering women movements for good as well as of childrens development.

Sunday, December 31, 2017

 online resources referred from unesco 2017 -learning objectives of sdgs edcation

Annex 1. Selected online practices and resources

SDG websites

Human Rights and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development


OECD and the Sustainable Development Goals: Delivering on

universal goals and targets https://www.oecd.org/dac/sustainabledevelopment-


SDG Indicators http://unstats.un.org/sdgs/indicators/indicators-list/

The Guardian: Sustainable development goals: all you need to know



The UN Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform

sustainabledevelopment.un.org https://sustainabledevelopment.


UNESCO and Sustainable Development Goals http://en.unesco.org/


UN Sustainable Development / SDGs http://www.un.org/




World Economic Forum: What are the Sustainable Development

Goals? https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2015/09/what-are-thesustainable-


Classroom, curriculum and youth work resources

British Council: Sustainable Development Goals resource https://



Gaia Education’s Design for Sustainability E-learning Programme


GlobalGiving: Crowdfunding for the SDGs https://www.globalgiving.


Green Pack: Teaching material on sustainability issues


OpenLearn. The Open University: Material for self-study on all kinds of

topics http://www.open.edu/openlearn/

OXFAM: A selection of suggested teaching ideas around the SDGs



Sustainability Gamepedia: A database of games related to

sustainability http://www.games4sustainability.org/gamepedia/

Teaching and Learning for a Sustainable Future: Resources for

teachers about teaching approaches as well as classroom activities

on diverse topics related to sustainability


Teach UNICEF: Collection of teacher resources on the SDGs



The Goals.org: Free global education and learning portal on

sustainable development solutions http://www.thegoals.org

The Lazy Person’s Guide to Saving the World http://www.un.org/


The Story of Stuff: An online resource that investigates the humanity’s

unsustainable use of materials http://storyofstuff.org

The World We Want. A Guide to the Goals for Children and Young

People http://www.unicef.org/agenda2030/files/TWWW_A4_


The Youth resource pack from MYCI: Methodolgies for introducing

the SDGs to young people in an engaging and informative

manner http://www.youth.ie/sites/youth.ie/files/SDGs_Youth_


UNESCO: Good Practices in Teacher Education Institutions http://


World’s Largest Lesson: Find everything you need to introduce

the SDGs to young people, take part and take action http://


Young Masters Programme on Sustainable Development: Online

courses and international exchange between students on

sustainable development


YUNGA Challenge Badges: Developed in collaboration with UN

agencies, civil society and other organizations, YUNGA Challenge

Badges aim to raise learners’ awareness, educate and motivate

them to change their behaviour and become active agents

of change in their local community. The series can be used by

teachers in school classes as well as by youth leaders. http://www.


Annexes Education for Sustainable Development Goals: Learning Objectives


Organizations and initiatives

Eco-Schools Networks http://www.ecoschools.global

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) http://


GAIA Education http://www.gaiaeducation.org

Global Ecovillage Network http://www.gen.ecovillage.org

Global Footprint Network http://www.footprintnetwork.org/en/


Higher Education Sustainability Initiative (HESI) https://


ICLEI: Local Governments for Sustainability http://www.iclei.org

International Institute for Sustainable Development


Sustainable Development Solutions Network http://unsdsn.org

UNESCO ASPnet schools http://www.unesco.org/new/en/education/


United Nations Development Programme http://www.undp.org/

United Nations Environment Programme http://www.unep.org

World Federation of UNESCO Clubs, Centres and Associations

(WFUCA) http://wfuca.org/

World Health Organization http://www.who.int/en/

Teaching and Professional Learning Support

Education for Sustainability Starter Kit http://www.


Education for Sustainable Development Toolkit http://www.


German Curriculum Framework Education for Sustainable

Development http://ensi.org/global/downloads/Publications/418/


Guide to Education for Sustainability



Guide to Quality and Education for Sustainability in Higher Education


Shaping the future we want. UN Decade of ESD. Final report http://


UNESCO’s Roadmap to ESD. Implementing the Global

Action Programme http://unesdoc.unesco.org/


UNESCO’s Teaching and Learning for a Sustainable Future http://


Vanderbilt University’s Guide for Teaching Sustainability https://cft.


Whole-school approaches to sustainability: A review of models

for professional development in pre-service teacher education

(Australian Research Institute in Education for Sustainability) http://


Tuesday, December 5, 2017


Qian Tang

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Qian Tang
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Assistant Director-General of Education of UNESCO
Assumed office
April 2010
Personal details
Alma materUniversity of Windsor Shanxi University
WebsiteOfficial biography

Qian Tang (born 8 December 1950) has been the Assistant Director-General for Education at UNESCO since April 2010.

Early life and education[edit]

Qian Tang was born on 8 December 1950 in BeijingChina.[1] He holds a PhD in biology and a master's degree in human kinetics from the University of WindsorCanada as well as a bachelor's degree in education from Shanxi UniversityTaiyuan, China. He was one of the first students to be sent by the Chinese government to study abroad after the country initiated reforms in the 1970s.



Qian Tang started his career in the mid-1970s as a secondary school teacher in Shanxi Province, China. He is the author of many publications and articles in education.

Chinese Government[edit]

In 1985, he was posted to the Chinese Embassy in Ottawa, Canada, where he served until 1989 as First Secretary, responsible for promoting academic cooperation between Canadian and Chinese universities.

From 1992 to 1993, he was Deputy Director-General in the Bureau of Science and Technology of the Shanxi Provincial Government in Xi’an. He also served at the Chinese Ministry of Education's Department of Vocational and Technical Education in Beijing, first as Director of the Division on Policy, Planning and Cooperation (1989-1991) and later as the Assistant Director-General of the Department (1991-1992). He was instrumental in formulating and implementing China's national policy on the development of technical vocational education.[2]


Qian Tang started his career at UNESCO in 1993 as Senior Programme Specialist and later Chief for Technical and Vocational Education, where he contributed to the creation of the UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre in BonnGermany and also led preparations on the Second International Congress on Technical and Vocational Education in SeoulRepublic of Korea, serving as its Secretary-General.[3] He then occupied a number of senior positions in the Education Sector.

He steered efforts on the global Education for All initiative, which ran from 2000 to 2015, focusing on the provision of quality basic education for children, youth and adults.[4][5]

Since 2010, Qian Tang is Assistant Director-General for Education at UNESCO. He heads UNESCO's Education Sector, which includes around 400 staff at the headquarters, field offices and the seven education Institutes.

Under his leadership, the Education Sector spearheaded the formulation of the Education 2030 agenda, encapsulated in Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4), which calls for ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education and promoting lifelong learning opportunities for all. [6] [7] UNESCO is coordinating and monitoring its implementation at the global and regional levels, as entrusted by the Incheon Declaration adopted at the World Education Forum in 2015.[8]

In the course of his term, Qian Tang had assumed parallel duties. From September 2015 to July 2016, he was Officer-in-Charge of the Bureau of Strategic Planning, having led the presentation of UNESCO's Programme and Budget document (38C/5) at the 38th session of General Conference. From November 2016 to March 2017, he was Director ad interim of the Human Resources Management bureau, driving forward the revisions of human resources policies to improve the Organization's management.

UNESCO Director-General candidacy[edit]

In March 2017, Qian Tang was officially nominated as China's candidate for the post of Director-General of UNESCO.[9] Elections for the post will take place during UNESCO's General Conference, to be held from 30 October to 14 November 2017.