~Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, 30 January 2009
The first CTAUN Conference in the region "Empower Women: Change the World" will be held Saturday, 8 April 2017 at the University of Central Oklahoma. For details click here
To read reports on past Conferences click the "CONFERENCES" tab and then click on any of the individual Conferences listed on the left hand index
NEW YORK at UN Headquarters - 18th Annual CTAUN Conference - 27th January 2017
"Refugees: The 21st Century Challenge" For the Conference Report click here
"Welcoming New Americans: Immigrants and Refugees Strengthen Our Community" took place Saturday, 22 October 2016 at Georgia State University School of Law. For details click here
Remembering CTAUN founder
To join the global conversation
and help implement the Sustainable Development Goals: click here
The UN now offers Tours for Children
- specifically geared for elementary grades. For more information, and to book a tour,
Millennium Development Goals
Access and Quality
CTAUN provides educators worldwide with opportunities to learn about the work of the United Nations and to incorporate this global awareness into curricula and school activities at all levels.
- We organize conferences to bring educators together with international experts at the United Nations and around the country.
- We facilitate curriculum development on international issues.
- Through Excellence in Education Awards, we recognize teachers’ hard work, dedication, creativity and resourcefulness.
- We believe with Nelson Mandela that “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
CTAUN Conference at UN Headquarters in New York
Friday, January 27, 2017
“REFUGEES: THE 21st CENTURY CHALLENGE”
A record number of participants attended the 18th Annual CTAUN Conference at the UN to look at the refugee crisis and at different efforts on the global and local level to bring about solutions. The conference concluded with an Outcome Statement adopted by acclamation. It can be found in the Conference Report
Among the students attending the Conference were eighth-graders from the Brown School in Schenectady, NY – see article in The Daily Gazette
Congratulations to the winners of the
CTAUN EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION AWARD, CTAUN POSTER CONTEST
and to Professor FERNANDO REIMERS, Harvard Graduate School of Education
our first recipient of the CTAUN GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP AWARD IN MEMORY OF BARBARA WALKER
Check out our newly posted TEACHER RESOURCES on Refugees
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are for everyone and everyone needs to know about them and help in their implementation. You can add YOUR voice at www.worldwewant2030.org
Attention High School Students: Do you have ideas on Building Peace through Diplomacy? Check out this ESSAY CONTEST listed in the “Global Campaign for Peace Education.” Deadline is March 15, 2017