The UNESCO/UNITWIN Chairs are part of a broader international university cooperation programme running since 1991 to support the creation of centres of excellence in member countries and LDCs able to implement advanced education and research programmes in disciplines related to development policies in third countries.
A UNESCO Chair is established for four years through an agreement signed by the UNESCO Director General and the Rector of the University or Research Institute. Chairs may be set up within Faculties or Departments to support and increase existing research and teaching activities worldwide. Activities include postgraduate training programmes, postdoctoral fellowships, exchanges of visiting professors, seminars, conferences with UNESCO support and sponsorship.
How to activate a UNESCO Chair: UNESCO Chairs | UNESCO Italy
- Guidelines and procedures: https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000261018
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- After contacting the Italian National Commission for UNESCO, which will provide all details and documents, interested parties must submit their proposals to the pro tempore Rector of Sapienza for approval by the Governing Bodies.
- Email: Daniela Magrini, Development Cooperation, Networks, Support for the Management of Area Resources, email: email@example.com
Population, Migrations and Development
Sustainable Urban Quality and Urban Culture, notably in Africa
Urban health through education and research for improved health and wellbeing in the cities
Religious Pluralism and Peace
Tumminelli Building (CU007) - ground floor
Viale dell'Università, 36
00185 - Rome