Science occupies a central place in serving transformation and development

10 November 2015

On the occasion of the celebration of World Science Day for Peace and Development, the Director General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, today highlighted the role of science in that of the recently approved 2030 Agenda for sustainable development.

In a message for the occasion, Bokova highlighted that the Agenda “embodies a new vision of humanity, the planet and peace for the next 15 years and science occupies a central place in it, as a force for positive transformation and multiplying development. ”.

This year’s central theme for the World Science Day for Peace and Development is “Science at the service of a sustainable future.”

Taking advantage of the anniversary, UNESCO presented the “World Report on Science” which highlighted the increasing weight that countries at all levels of development attach to science, technology and innovation.

The report, published every five years, highlighted the commitment of most countries to promoting innovation and research with the aim of boosting their sustainable economic growth and favoring their development.

10 November 2015

On the occasion of the celebration of World Science Day for Peace and Development, the Director General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, today highlighted the role of science in that of the recently approved 2030 Agenda for sustainable development.

In a message for the occasion, Bokova highlighted that the Agenda “embodies a new vision of humanity, the planet and peace for the next 15 years and science occupies a central place in it, as a force for positive transformation and multiplying development. ”.

This year’s central theme for the World Science Day for Peace and Development is “Science at the service of a sustainable future.”

Taking advantage of the anniversary, UNESCO presented the “World Report on Science” which highlighted the increasing weight that countries at all levels of development attach to science, technology and innovation.

The report, published every five years, highlighted the commitment of most countries to promoting innovation and research with the aim of boosting their sustainable economic growth and favoring their development.