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[KlUnjted NationsEducational, Scientiflc andCulturel OrganizationRéf.:CL/4340Subject: Call for nominations for thé 2021 UNESCO-Japan Prize onEducation for Sustainable DevelopmentDear Minister,l am pleased to invite your Government to submit nominations for thé sixth éditionof thé UNESCO-JapanPrize on Education for Sustainable Development.Funded by thé Government of Japan, thé Prize was established by thé UNESCOExecutive Board in 2014 to reward exceptional projects and programmesundertaken by institutions, organizations or other entities in thé field of éducationfor sustainable development (ESD).Thé Prize aims to générale and scale up action at ail levels of éducation andlearning, and contribute to thé implementation of thé Sustainable DevelopmentGoals.Thé three lauréates of thé 2021 Prize will receive an award of US 50, 000 each.In addition, winners will be invited to join thé ESDfor 2030 Global Network (ESDNet), in orderto establish long-term collaboration with UNESCObeyond thé awardceremony.Nominations should be submitted in English or French, by midnight on 30 April2021 (Paris time, UTC 1), via an online platform at thé following link:htt s://unesco. share oint. com/sites/committees/ESD-Prize/Each government may présent up to three nominees, and UNESCO encouragesMemberStatesto implement a national sélection process andto publicly announcethé selected nominees.Further information on thé Prize, use of thé online platform and thé nominationprocess can befound at: htt s://en. unesco. or / rize-esd7, place de Fontenoy75352 Paris 07 SP, FranceTél. : 33 (0)1 45 68 16 68Fax : 33 (0)1 45 67 55 55www.unesco.orgTo Ministers responsible for relations with UNESCO

CL/4340- page 2Thé Secrétariat of thé Prize (tél. : 33 (0)1 45 68 16 58; e-mail:esdprizeOîunesco. ora) also remainsatyourdisposaifor anyadditionalassistance.Please accept, Sir/Madam, thé assurances of my highest considération.Audrey atory note on thé nomination process and formStatutes of thé UNESCO-JapanPrize on Education for SustainableDevelopmentCe:National Commissions for UNESCOPermanent Délégations to UNESCOUNESCOfield offices

AnnexlANNEXlESDtei 2030UNESCO-Japan Prize onUritett Nalions ,Educattonai. Sctentittcsnd .Cuitura) OrganteaGon *Education forSustainable Development (ESD)A. Backgroundl) WhatisESD?"ESD empowers learners with knowledge, skills, values and attitudes to take informed décisions and makeresponsibleactionsfor environmental integrity, économieviabilityand a just societyempoweringpeople of ailgenders, for présent and future générations, while respecting cultural diversity. ESDis a lifelong learning processand an intégral part of quality éducation that enhances cognitive, social and emotional and behaviouraldimensions of learning. It is holistic and transformational and encompasses learning content and outcomes,pedagogy and thé learning environment itself. ESD is recognized as a key enabler of ail SDGs and achieves itspurpose bytransformingsociety. " (Education for Sustainable Development: A Roadmap, UNESC02020)2) Establishment of thé PrizeThé Prize was established by thé UNESCOExecutive Board in 2014, and has been awarded five times since théfirst édition in 2015. Thé Prize was renewed in November 2019 for a period of six years (2020-2025) with abiennial cycle. It consists of three awards of US 50, 000 for each récipient.Within théframework of "Education for Sustainable Devetopment: Towards achieving théSDGs (ESDfor 2030)",adopted bythé40thsession ofthéUNESCOGénéralConférence, andacknowledged bythéUNGénéralAssemblyin 2019, thé renewed UNESCO-Japan Prize on Education for Sustainable Development honours institutions ororganizationsfor outstanding projects or programmes undertaken in théfield of ESD.ThéPrizealso recognizesthé rôleof ESDas an intégralélémentof SustainableDevelopment Goal 4 on Education,and as key enabler ofalll7SDGs.B. NominationsNominations can be made b Governments of UNESCO Member States via their Permanent Dele ation toUNESCO in consultation with thé National Commission for UNESCO as well as b non- overnmentalor anizations NGOs in officiai artnershi with UNESCO. Nominations must focus on a s ecific ESD ro'ector ro ramme. Each Member State or NGO can make u to three nominations for an édition of thé Prize. Ifmore than three nominations are submitted by a Member State or NGO,thésubmission will not be considered.Member States are invited to closely coordinate between thé Permanent Délégation and thé NationalCommission. Self-nominationsare not accepted.C. Eligibilityand SélectionCriteriaThéthree winners will be selected by thé Director-General of UNESCOon thé basis of recommendations madeby an independentinternationaljury, consistingoffive expertsfrom ail geographicalrégions.To beeligible,théproject/programme of thé nominee must:be ongoing and hâve already been runningfor at least four yearsshow présence of évidenceof results and a high impact relative to thé invested resourcesbe replicable and scalablecontribute to one or more ofthéfive priority action areasofthé ESDfor 2030framework(i. e. advancingpolicy, transforming learning and training environments, developing capacities of educators and trainers,mobilizingyouth, accelerating sustainable solutions at local level).Eligible projects will then be assessed by thé jury on thé basis of thé following three criteria:Education'10

Annex l - page 2l) Transformation:practices ESDas transformât!ve éducationin support ofsustainabledevelopment, leadingto individualandsocialchangeESDempowers learners to transform themselves and thésociety they live in. Thé project/programme of thénominee should therefore enable learners to bring about changes with a view to building a more just,peacefulandsustainableworld.Thiscan mean,for example,takingactionagainstclimate change,changingone's consumption patterns, developing social entrepreneurship and sustainable livelihoods, or supportingthose struggling against poverty.2) Intégration: addresses théthree dimensions of sustainable development (society, economy,environment) in an integrated waySustainabledevelopment calls forthéintégrationofthésocial, économieand environmental dimensionsofdevelopment. Thé project/programme of thé nominee should be in line with this définition ofsustainabledevelopment. It should address thé three dimensions (society, economy, environment), and help learnersunderstand thé interdependence between them and act accordingly.3) Innovation: demonstrates an innovative approach to ESDSustainable development requires going beyond 'business as usual' and 'out-of-the-box' thinking. Théproject/programme of thé nominee should demonstrate an innovative and inspirational approachto ESD,be it in thé thèmes it covers, thé methodology it employs, or thé way thé learning environment is designed.Reachingout to sectors beyond éducationand workingwith new partners can also be a sign of innovation.D. Submission Procédure Thé nomination form must be completed online in English or French via an online platform accessible atthé following link: htt s: unesco. share oint. com sites committees ESD-Prize . Nominations must be submitted online by thé Permanent Délégation to UNESCO of thé concernedMember State, or by an NGO in officiai partnership with UNESCO. * Self-nominations are not accepted. Attention should be paidto presentingthé project/programme of thé nominee in a clearand structuredway,followingthéinstructionsgiven in théform and respectingthéindicatedword limit. Ail supportingmaterial (e. g. publications, photos, vidéos) must betransmitted electronically through thé online System.Kindl note that each Member State or NGO ma not submit more than three nominations. Nominations must be submitted in thé online System by thé concerned Permanent Délégations, or théNGO, by midni ht of 30A ril2021(UTC 1, Paristime). An automatic notification message will be sent tothé officiai or registered e-mail address of thé Permanent Delegation/the National Commission or théNGOtothisend.* Note for Member States only:.Permanent Délégations should access thé platform with their UNESCO émail address(dl. countryname@unesco-delegations. org).It is also possible for National Commissions for UNESCO to access and complète thé online form with theirUNESCOémail address (natcom. count name natcom. unesco. or ). However, thé final submission is théresponsibility of thé Permanent Délégation.On an exceptional basis, Member States may request UNESCO to provide thé candidates with access tothé platform so they can complète thé form by themselves. Thèse requests must be addressed toesd rize unesco. or by 15 A ril 2021 UNESCO will provide thé nomineewith accessto thé platform viatheir émail address. Please note that thé nominee's émail address must be associated with a Microsoftaccount. After completion of thé online form by thé nominee, thé concerned National Commission andPermanent Délégationwill receive a notification e-mail and will be asked to review and officially submitthé nomination.

Annexl - page 3* Note for NGOs in officiaipartnership only:NGOsin officiaipartnershipwith UNESCOneed to request accessto thé platform via théfollowing link:htt : www. unesco. or esd rize re ister. Please note that thé émail address used must be associatedwith Microsoft account.Replies to Frequently Asked Questions can be found on thé Prize website: http://en. unesco. ore/Drize-esd/faqFor any other questions regardingthé UNESCO-JapanPrize on ESDor thé submission process, please contactthé Secrétariat of thé Prize at thé Education for Sustainable Development Section at UNESCO:esdprize@unesco.org. Summaof Alication Flow PermanentDélégationto UNESCO(On behalf of Member States)NGO in officiai partnership with UNESCORequestto give an accessto thé platform.(htto;//www.uneseo.oi /esdorjze/reeister).Complète thé nomination form online in English or French via a mittees/ESD-Prio/). Wote/orMemberStatesonly Théontineform canbe completed ubmisslon IsthéresponslbilltyofthéPermanent Deiegatlon.Member Statescao request UNESCOto providethécandidatesan accessto thé platform for them to complète théfom by themselves.Upon request to be addressed to esdBnze unesco. ore bv IS ABrit 2021. UNESCO will g!ve an access to each nomlnee.Submitthénomination onthéptatformbv midniehtof 30Aorit2021 (UTC 1,Paristime). NoseforMemberStotesonly Before &uhrnissÉonby thé Permanent Oele ation, lease make sure to consult waîh Nationaî Commissiions for UNESCO.

Annexl - page 4UNESCO-Japan Prize on Education for Sustainable Development2021 Call for NominationsNomination FormThis form is for information purposes only. Ail nominations must be submittedonlinevia a platform accessibleat thé following link: htt s: unesco.share oint. com sites committees ESD-Prize .Please présent thé project/programme of thé nominee in a clear and structured way.Kindly make sure that ail boxes oftheform are completed according to thé instructionsgiven, respecting thé indicated limit ofcharacters (including spaces).ESDfoï2030Concerning thé word limit, please note that spaces should be included in counting and any text exceeding thélimit will block thé online submission.l. NOMINEEType of nominee: J Governmental body (National/Sub-national/Local)International organizationCivil society organizationPrivate sectord MédiaQ Academia/research institutionD Education institutionOther: [Please specify]NameofnomineeName of contact persanFunction[e. g. Director, Project Manager]Email addressTéléphoneMobile numberPostal addressNominee's countryNominee's régionDescription of thé nominee[with country code][with country code][Please provide a brief description using a maximum of 700characters including spaces.]Website2. PROJECT/PROGRAMMEa. Project/Programme titleb. Project/Programme websitee. Project/Programme objective[Clearly state thé overall objective of thé project/programme using a maximum of 200 charactersincluding spaces.]d. Abstract[Explainthé objective ofthéproject/programme and its methodology using a maximumof 900characters including spaces. Pleaseincludeail important information in a structuredway.]

Annexl - page 5e. Contribution to thé ESDfor 2030 frameworkTick one or more of thé priority action areas of thé ESDfor 2030 frameworkto which théproject/progromme mainlv contributes:ll Advancing policyll Transforming learning and training environmentsQ Developing capacities of educators andtrainersn MobilizingyouthAccelerating sustainable solutions at local levelf. Main target group(s)Tickone or more ofthégroupsthat thé project/programme has been /Local)Qlntergovernmental organizationsQCivil society organizationsQPrivate on g. Geographical coverageTickoneofthegeographicalareasand hasbeen overed countries:h. Number of beneficiariesto date[Indicatethé number ofcurrent and previous beneficiaries]i. Projecl/Programme duration[Indicate start and expected end date. Please note thaï only projects/programmes having been runningfor at leastfour years will be considered.]j. Funding[Explain thé current and planned funding source(s) of thé project/programme using a maximum of 250characters including spaces.]k. Annual project/programme cost[Specify thé amountfor 2020 in USD]l. Number of staff[Specify thé number of staff involved in thé project/programme in 2020]m. Future strategy[Clearly describe thé future strategy of thé project/programme using a maximum of 700 charactersincluding spaces. Indicate information such asfollow-up plan, scaling-up strategy, target groups,duration and budget]

Annexl - page 6n. Achievements and thatthéproject/programme has hadsofar, usingconcrète information such asfeedback or quotes by participants, material or publications produced,numberandtype of individualsor organizationstrained, presscoverage, previousawardsreceived,number ofviews of thé project/programme website, using a maximum 0/900 characters includingspaces.Jo. Contribution to thé SDGs[Describe, using a maximum 0/700 characters including spaces, how thé project/programmecontributes to thé implementation ofone orseveral of thé Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).]p. Transformation[Describe how thé project/programme practices ESDas transformative éducation in support ofsustainable development, using a maximum of 900 characters including spaces. Transformativeéducationmeansthat ESDempowers learnersto transform themselves andthésocietythey live in.This can mean, for example, taking action against climate change, changing one's consumptionpatterns, developing social entrepreneurship and sustainable livelihoods, or supporting thosestruggling against poverty.]q. Intégration[Describe how thé project/programme addresses thé three dimensions ofsustainable development(society, economy, environment) in an integratedway, usinga maximumof900charactersincludingspaces.Jr. Innovation[Specify how thé project/programme demonstrates an innovative approach to ESD, using amaximum o/900 characters including spaces.]3. SUPPORTING MATERIALSa. Weblinks (websites, publications,vidéos,photo galleries)[Provide uptolO relevant web links with a short description.]b. Supporting documents[Upload any supporting documents notavailableonline. Kindly note thatyou can attacha maximumo f 5 files and thé maximum size per attachment should be 350 MB.]4. SUBMISSIONNomination submitted by:ll Permanent Délégation to UNESCO, Country:Non-governmental organization (NGO) in officiai partnership with UNESCO,Name:Name of submitting persan:Function:E-mail:Phone:

Annexl - page 7a. Supporting statement by thé nominator[Pleasecomplètethésentence using a maximum of250charactersincludingspaces:]Thé nominee deserves to receive thé UNESCO-Japan Prize on ESD because.b. PermissionThé nominee and thé nominator agrée that, even if thé nominated project/programme is notselected as one ofthéthree prize-winners,a project/programme summary and any photos providedvia this form could be published on thé UNESCO website as ESD good practices: Yes Noe. Form created by[Indicate who created thisform.]Permanent DélégationNGO in officiai partnership with UNESCOll National Commissionm Nominee

AnnexIIANNEXIISTATUTES 0F THE UNESCO-JAPAN PRIZEON EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT(Approved by 207 EX/Decision 10. 111. B, October 2019)Article 1 - PurposeThé purpose of thé UNESCO-JapanPrize on Education for Sustainable Development is to rewardthé outstanding efforts of institutions, organizations or other entities engaged in activities onEducation for Sustainable Development (ESD). This is done within thé framework "Education forSustainable Development: Towards achieving thé SDGs (ESD for 2030)", [adopted by] thé 40thsession of thé UNESCO Général Conférence, and acknowledged by thé UN GénéralAssembly in2019 as global framework for ESD (2020-2030), in follow-up to thé UNESCO Global ActionProgramme on ESD (2015-2019). Thé Prize rewards in particular activities that are innovative orhâve a high impact. Thé objective of thé Prize is in conformity with UNESCO's policies, namely théStratégie Objective 2 of UNESCO's Medium-Term Strategy 2014-2021 (37C/4) - "empoweringlearners to be créative and responsible global citizens"- and thé programme of thé Organization inthé field of ESD. Thé Prize also recognizes thé rôle of ESD as an intégral élément of SustainableDevelopment Goal 4 on Education and as key enabler of ail 17 SDGs.Article 2 - Désignation, amount and pehodicity of thé Phze2. 1Thé Prize shall be entitled "UNESCO-Japan Prize on Education for Sustainable Development".2. 2Thé Prize shall be funded by thé Government of Japan and shall consist of a total minimumpayment of US 690, 000 for its next six-year period (2020-2025), which shall cover both thémonetary value of thé Prize and thé costs of administering thé Prize for three biennial éditions,excluding staff cost. Any interest that may accrue will be added to thé overall contribution.2. 3Ail funds received and thé interest accrued thereon shall be kept in a spécial interest-bearingaccount for thé Prize.2. 4Thé daily administration/management tasks of thé Prize will mainly be undertaken by a JuniorProfessional Officer (JPO) seconded by thé Government ofJapan to thé UNESCO Section of ESD,Education Sector, based on his/her post description. Additional operating/managementcosts of théPrize, including ail costs related to thé award ceremony, public information activities and overheadcharges, estimated at a minimum of US 80, 000 per biennial édition, shall be fully covered by théGovernment of Japan. To this end, thé Director-General will détermine a mandatory overhead costamountto be applied and chargeaagainstthéfunds in théspécialaccount, which is to be establishedunder thé financial régulations for thé Prize.2. 5Thé Prize shall be awarded once every two years, starting from its 2021 édition. Thé Prizeshall consist of three awards of US 50, 000 for each of thé three récipients, each of which isconsidered to merit a Prize.Article 3 - Qualifications of candidatesCandidates shall hâve made significant contributions to ESD, focusing on one or more of thé fivePriority Action Areas of thé "ESD for 2030" framework: (1) policy support, (2) whole-institutionapproaches, (3) educators, (4) youth and (5) local communities, and contribute to thé achievementof thé SDGs through éducation. Prizes may be conferred upon institutions, non-governmentalorganizations or other entities engagea in ESD.

Annex II - page 2Article 4 - Designation/Selection of thé prize winnersThé three prize winners shall be selected by thé Director-General of UNESCO on thé basis of théassessments and recommendations made to him/her by a juryArticle 5 - Jury5. 1 Thé Jury shall consist of a number of five independent members, being personalities with arecognized réputation in thé field of ESD, while also taking into considération thé need for équitablegeographicaldistribution, genderequality and thé principle of non-payment of honoraria. Theyshallbe appointed by thé Director-General for an initial two year period, with thé possibility of renewal forthé remainder of thé six-year period of thé Prize. Représentatives and alternâtes of Members of théExecutive Board cannot be appointed as jurors. Jurors involved in a real or potential conflict ofinterest shall récuse themselves from further délibérationsor be asked by thé Director-General todo so. Thé Director-General may replace members of thé jury for reason.5. 2 ThéJury shall elect its own chairand deputy chair. Members shall receive no rémunérationfortheir work, but will receive allowances for travel and accommodation, where required. A quorum ofthree jurors présent will be required for jury délibérationsto proceed. Thé working languages fordélibérationsof théjury shall be English and French.5. 3 Thé Jury shall conduct its business and délibérations in conformity with thèse Statutes andshall be assisted in thé performance of its task by a member ofthé UNESCO Secrétariat designatedby thé Director-General. Décisionsshall be taken by consensusto théextent possible, and otherwiseby secret ballot until a simple majority is obtained. A member shall not take part in a vote concerninga nomination from his or her country.5. 4Thé Jury shall meet once every two years for thé évaluation of ail Prize submissions.5. 5 Thé Jury shall send an assessment of nominations and accompanying recommendations tothé Director-General of UNESCO no later than three months before thé planned Prize awardceremony.Article 6- Nomination of candidates6. 1 When UNESCO has received thé funding of thé Prize, as indicated in Article 2 above, théDirector-General of UNESCO shall officially invite thé submission of nominations to thé Secrétariatof thé Prize, from thé governments of Member States, in consultation with their NationalCommissions, as well as from non-governmental organizations maintaining officiai partnerships withthé Organizationand active in relevant fields covered by thé Prize.6. 2Nominationsshall be submitted to thé Director-General by thégovernments of Member States,in consultationwiththeirNationalCommissions, and bynon-governmental organizationsmaintainingofficiai partnerships with UNESCO. A self-nomination cannot be considered.6. 3Each nomination shall be accompanied by a written recommendation, which shall include, inEnglish or French, inter alia:(a)(b)a description of thé candidate's background and achievements;a summary of thé work or thé results of thé work, publications and other supportingdocuments of major importance, submitted for considération;(e)a définitionof thé candidate's contribution to thé Prize's objectives.

Annex II - page 3Article 7 - Procédurefor thé awardingofthé Prize7. 1 Thé Prize shall be awarded by thé Director-General at an officiai ceremony held for thatpurpose on a datedetermined bythé Director-General. UNESCOshall officially announcethénamesof thé prize winners.7. 2 Thé prize winners, if possible, shall give a lecture on a subject relevant to thé work for whichthé Prize has been awarded. Such a lecture shall be organizedduring or in connectionwith thé Prizeceremony.7. 3Should a prize winner décline thé Prize, théjury shall submit a new proposai to thé Director-Général.Article 8 - Sunset clause - mandatory renewal of thé Prize8. 1 Six months priorto thé agreed end of thé term of thé Prize (six years), thé Director-General ofUNESCO togetherwith thé donorwill undertake a review of ail aspects of thé Prize and décide aboutits continuation or termination. Thé Director-General will inform thé Executive Board of UNESCOabout thé résulte of this review.8. 2In case of termination of thé Prize, any unspent balance shall be returned to thé donor(s)unless otherwise agreed, in accordance with thé Financial Régulations of thé Prize.Article 9 - AppealsNo appeals shall be allowed against thé décision of UNESCO with regard to theaward of thé Prize.Proposais received for thé award of thé Prize may not be divulged.Article 10- Amendments to thé Statutes of thé PhzeAny amendment to thé présent Statutes shall be submitted to thé Executive Board for approval.

On an exceptional basis, Member States may request UNESCO to provide thé candidates with access to thé platform so they can complète thé form by themselves. Thèse requests must be addressed to esd rize unesco. or by 15 A ril 2021 UNESCO will provide thé nomineewith accessto thé platform via their émail address.

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