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New appointment in Academic Council

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Prof. Dr. Jenero Rosemary Shepherd, 
International Commissioner formally 
inducted Prof. Dr.. Alberto Gómez 
Fuertes as New Member of Academic
Council of CCLP Worldwide and 
presented him with Letter of Credence.


 

 
 
UNESCO HAS DESIGNATED 17TH 
OCTOBER 2013 AS INTERNATIONAL 
DAY FOR THE ERADICATION OF 
POVERTY THROUGH EDUCATION
 AND CCLPW PROCLAIMS THIS DAY 
TO SUPPORT THE CAUSE. 
THE PRINCIPAL CAMPAIGN 
"EDUCATION CHARTER
INTERNATIONAL” ADVOCATES  
THE NECESSITY OF EDUCATION FOR 
ERADICATING POVERTY WORLDWIDE 
SINCE THE YEAR 2000
03 Mar 2014
CCLP Worldwide officially admitted as member of United Nations Academic Impact under Schools of Higher Learning and Research as published in the newsletter of UNAI for October 2013
CCLP Worldwide officially admitted 
as member of United Nations 
Academic Impact under Schools of
Higher Learning and Research as 
published in the newsletter of UNAI 
for October 2013

CCLP Worldwide has been formally 

admitted as Institutional Member of

UNESCO NEQMAP vide confirmation

made vide letter dated 4th February 

2014.

DR. VIJAI KUMAR GUPTA NAMED WINNER OF GLOBAL EDUCATION AWARD 2013
The Award Jury Composed of eminent 
Persons presided by Consul General 
Prof Dr Lamartine Hollanda Junior 
(Brazil) as Chairman, Dr Vikrant Singh
 (India), Dr Elvis C Enyioko (Nigeria) and
 Prof Dr. Rosemary Sheperd (Spain) as 
Members of the Jury have named the 
nomination of Dr. Vijay Kr. Gupta as 
Winner of coveted Global Education 
Award 2013 in individual Category vide
resolution no 001/13-14 dated 4th Feb 
2014.
The Jury has decided not to name any
 nomination for Organizational category.

 

Dr. Vijai Gupta is the sixth person to have 

won Global Education Award since its 

inception in the year 2009. previous Five 

Winners are Namely Dr. Ion Corcuera LLorente

 (2011 individual category-Spain),

Ms Diana J. Muir(2010 individual category-USA), 

Safe Passage/Camino Seguro (2010 organizational 

category-USA), Ms Kim Feinberg 

(2009 individual category-South Africa) and

 Dr N C Bhat (2009 individual category-India).

Dr. Gupta is currently working as Co-lead Inventor 

of Enterprises of Ireland (EI) project at Molecular 

Glycobiotechnology, Department of Biochemistry, 

National University of Ireland Galway, Galway city, 

Ireland. Before joining NUIG he worked as Assistant 

Professor of Biotechnology, FASC, MITS University, 

Lakshmangarh (Sikar), Rajasthan, India. His area of 

expertise includes "Mycological Research, Plant-

Microbial Interactions, Bio-fuels & Bioenergy Research 

and Microbial Biotechnology.

CCLP WORLDWIDE OBSERVES WORLD DAY AGAINST CHILD LABOUR
On 12th June 2014 The Executive Secretariat of CCLP Worldwide organized program with the children of underprivileged and poor family of the City to observe World Day Against Child Labour. The Children along with their parents attended the program and short video on the position of Child Labour and its effect on society was shown to the participants and children were provided with educational stationery & food and were encouraged to keep on their studies without compromising on any issues. During the program Our Chairman Mr. Vikrant Singh along with members of the Council were present to encourage the children.
International Day Of Peace 2013
International Day Of Peace celebrated on 21st September 2011 at Kolkata, Secretariat OfficeThe Executive Secretariat of CCLP Worldwide organized Education for Peace rally on 21st September 2013 to celebrate International Day of Peace. Thousand of students, youth and CCLP Worldwide members and volunteers participated in the rally.
CCLP WORLDWIDE ADMITTED AS OBSERVER IN 5TH COSP
CCLP Worldwide has been invited as Observer to fifth session of the Conference of the States Parties to the United Nations Convention against Corruption, which will be held at the Atlapa Convention Center, Panama City, Panama, from 25 to 29 November 2013.
CCLP WORLDWIDE REITERATES ITS PROCLAMATION FOR INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE
The International Secretariat is going to celebrate international peace day to encourage Education for peace
CO-OPERATION AGREEMENT SIGNED BETWEEN MUNICIPALITY OF FUSHE KOSOVE AND CCLP WORLDWIDE
on 8th July 2013 a mou was signed between Municipality of Fushe and CCLP Worldwide to promote the objective of UNESCO in the region of Fushe, Kosovo.It was agreed to form the Kosovo Unesco Club for achieving the objectives as enshrined in UNESCO in the area of education.
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CCLP WORLDWIDE ATTENDED TO THE OPENING DAY OF THE 23RD SESSION OF THE COUNCIL OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF THE UNITED NATIONS.
CCLP Worldwide attended to the opening day of the 23rd session of the Council of Human Rights of the United Nations. 

NAVI PILLAY, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, said that she hoped that the Council would be able to take tangible action to stop the escalation of violence in Syria, which had become an intolerable affront to the human conscience. Ms. Pillay also expressed concern about ongoing violence in other regions of the world. In addition, the global financial crisis, which had not been borne by those who were primarily responsible for it, had increased inequalities and undermined the fabric of society.Regarding the work of non-governmental organizations, Ms. Pillay said that it was depressing to observe policy debates and legislative measures which severely undermined non-governmental organizations in many countries around the world. Civil society remained vital to advancing the human rights agenda both at the national level and internationally.

In this framework, The Delegation headed by Bertrand Thibert was representing CCLP Worldwide as accredited NGO, with Special Consultative Status to UN ECOSOC. The opening debate was the opportunity to several NGO to provide their own statements and points of view, about the general situation of Human Rights in the world, the particular situation in Syria or the specific topics of the afternoons : access to health and rights of the migrants.

Due to extra discussions on the Syria conflict, the CCLP Worldwide delegates were not in a situation to declaim their statement, which finally was delivered as a written statement to all present delegations.


CCLP WORLDWIDE PARTICIPATION IN UN REGIONAL IMPLEMENTATION MEETING 2103
he United Nations ESCAP has recently organized Regional Implementation meeting to discuss the outcome of RIO+20 at United Nations Conference Center, Bangkok.
Dr Vinod Singh, Principal Representative of CCLP To UN has joined this meeting as Designated Facilitator of UNESCAP for Major Group -NGO.
The Above meeting witnessed the presence of 60 + Governments, various UN organs, intergovernmental Organizations and Major Groups.
The debates and discussions lasted for three days (22nd to 24th April 2013) to adopt the report based on the statements and interventions of Major Groups and Governments.
The Joint statement of Major Group was presented by Dr Vinod Singh on 23rd April and the emphasis for sustainable development was recommended to UNESCAP for further action.
Dr Vinod Singh delivering statement at UNESCAP Meeting
ELEVENTH EDITION OF
DR VINOD SINGH PRESENTING THE FIRST COPY OF THE MAGAZINE TO H.E. MR. SHUN ICHI MURATA, DEPUTY EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, UNITED NATIONS ESCAP

DR VINOD SINGH PRESENTING THE FIRST COPY OF THE MAGAZINE TO H.E. MR. SHUN ICHI MURATA, DEPUTY EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, UNITED NATIONS ESCAP
CCLP WORLDWIDE INVITED AS OBSERVER IN 69TH SESSION OF UNESCAP LEGISLATIVE SESSION

The Letter of Invitation sent by Under-Secretary General of United Nations to CCLP Worldwide as Observer in 69th legislative session of UNESCAP


The Letter of Invitation sent by Under-Secretary General of United Nations to CCLP Worldwide as Observer in 69th legislative session of UNESCAP

JOINT INITIATIVE OF CCLP WORLDWIDE AND HUMANITY WITHOUT FRONTIERS IN EDUCATION
Hon. Prof. Dr. Paul R.W. Ratnayake led CCLP Worldwide as International Co-Chairman and Humanity Without Frontiers as Executive President for the international campaign and advocacy of Education for All by 2015

Hon. Prof. Dr. Paul R.W. Ratnayake led CCLP Worldwide as International Co-Chairman and Humanity Without Frontiers as Executive President for the international campaign and advocacy of Education for All by 2015
CCLP WORLDWIDE HOSTED UN GLOBAL COMPACT INDIA CO-ORDINATION COMMITTEE MEETING

CCLPW Secretariat hosted UN Global Compact Meeting at Punjab Club where Dr Vikrant Singh, Chairman CCLP Worldwide represented CCLP Team


CCLPW Secretariat hosted UN Global Compact Meeting at Punjab Club where Dr Vikrant Singh, Chairman CCLP Worldwide represented CCLP Team

THE TENTH ISSUE OF THE MAGAZINE
Cover Page of International Magazine

Cover Page of International Magazine "The Education Charter” Volume III Issue IV available at nearest book stores in various parts of India.
CCLP WORLDWIDE SUPPORTS UNODC INITIATIVE AGAINST CORRUPTION

UN PARTNERS ACKNOWLEDGE SUPPORT OF CIVIL SOCIETIES FOR THE SUCCESS OF RIO+20
United Nations partners (UNESCO, UNEP,Global Compact, PRME and UN University) supporting the Higher Education Sustainability Initiative (HESI), have acknowledged and thank our institution’s commitment to sustainable development. CCLP Worldwide’s commitment to HESI contributed to the success of Rio+20 – the UN Conference on Sustainable Development which took place 20-22 June in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

General Warning
CCLP Worldwide is an International Organization having special Consultative status with United Nations Economic and Social Council (2012).As per the bye laws and charter of the organization The International council is the only supreme body of CCLP Worldwide which can take decisions of the affairs of CCLP Worldwide.
The International Council represented by members from all continents is headed and chaired by International Chairman.
The International Chairman as per charter is the head of the organization. The office of International Chairmanship is co-chaired by three Co-Chairpersons duly elected from International Council.
Consul General Prof. Dr. Lamartine Hollanda Junior from Brazil is first International Co-Chairman of the organization.
Prof. Dr. Paul Ratnayake from Switzerland is second International Co-Chairman of the organization.
Dr. Vikrant Singh from India is third International Co-Chairman of the Organization and also statutory trustee of the Trust.

There is no post like "president” Chief Executive” or "Head of the Council” etc in CCLP Worlddwide and any representation as president or any other post which denotes head of the organization is bogus, false and misrepresented with malafide intention.
General public ,members and supporters are cautioned to take note of this and immediately inform the international secretariat if they find someone purportedly representing our organization as head of the Council or CCLP Worldwide
The International Council graciously welcomes Noted Diplomat and Educator H.E. Mr. G. Irving Levance as Chief Observer of CCLP Worldwide at United N

His Excellency G. Irving Levance,  Chief Observer, International Council, CCLP Worldwide at United Nations, Geneva.

After Secondary School he served in the Army from 1984 to 1991, specializing in  reconnaissance and counter terrorism. He became self employed on return to civilian
life and applied his military methodologies to business.He has well developed leadership and interpersonal skills and an ability to select appropriate talent and extract the best from it through delegation.  His business prowess saw him build up and sell on several worldwide businesses, ranging from property development, tourism, e-commerce ventures, service industry  and digital communications. This allowed him to effectively retire in 2010 at the age  of 43. He was head-hunted for the job of Secretary General of the Intergovernmental  Organization EDU because of his leadership skills and business contacts in the South  Pacific. He applies the same rigorous standards to that organization as he did in the military and in business.

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Education Charter International


Higher Education for Action to Better World, and Sustainable Development;

Preamble

The International Education Charter is a declaration of fundamental principles guiding youth education worldwide in the 21stcentury. Created by global civil society, CCLP Worldwide and endorsed by thousands of members, volunteers, organizations, institutions and individuals engaged in promoting the position of youth, the International Education Charter is not only a call to action, but a motivating force inspiring change the world over. The International Education Charter is being implemented into the Declaration of Higher Education for the 21st century by UNESCO, and Ten Principles of United Nations Global Compact for the purposes of creating and a more purposeful and sustainable future for today’s youth.

Recognizing the facts that

  • At an individual level, there are clear links between education and poverty and education and health and well-being
  • Poor levels of education are a root cause of political instability, vast inequality across the globe in terms of social and economic development.
  • Extreme poverty and misuse of human resources also result from an undereducated population
  • Suppression of democracy and rampant corruption practices are outcome of undereducated or ill educated citizenry.
  • Low educational levels can lead to a poor infrastructure and potential inter country disputes
  • Undereducated Society remains silent to reckless use of natural resources and serious problem of fragile environment
  • Morally, a poor commitment to education leads to wasted human potential

 

We consider it important that

Higher education in the world has a vital role for man self-assertion, and is a very important factor for change the man in the singular, or as society in general where the youth will apply their acquired knowledge and consequently change the world in general, hence there is urgent need for a lasting partnership between the institutions of higher education, the labor market and the reality of society where it should be inserted as to achieve their objectives, Community objectives and of the Millennium in General.

By raising education levels for all youth on a global scale, young people will be enabled to make fundamental improvements to their societies especially in the realm of international relations. There should have a strong motivation for youth, this motivation that can only be awakened by competent educators, sensitive to youths' difficulties, they can submit appropriate methodologies, illustrators of the subjects in studies and facilitates retention and understanding of them for better application on the ground.

 

Joint responsibility

Governments, higher education institutions, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and society at large have joint responsibility to uphold the spirit of this international declaration and give priority to the education of our world’s youth.

 

Founding Principles for International Declaration

1. Equality stands for Education for every one

2. Accountability stands for responsibility of Government for education

3. Integrity stands for the cohesive force for igniting the movement

4. Solidarity stands for fellowship arising from common responsibilities and interests

5. Courage stands for brave face of society to promote the education for every one

6. Justice stands for rights of every citizen to receive proper education

 

Joint Call for action

1. Transforming the national higher education system should be a priority for each country in the world

2.Each country should create a community help center for promoting and monitoring education at all levels

3.Develop a system of collaboration with systems to achieve the most effective results from education

4.Facilitate communication between education systems and the citizens

5.Legislation and systematic plan to curb the commercialization of higher educational institutions

6.Responsive actions against corruption at all levels of education


Implementation of Universal declarations in the area of Human Rights labor, Environment and Anti Corruption towards Higher Education system

More than 40 years ago the Universal Declaration of Human Rights state that each individual has a right to an education.

1. Good governance legislation and actions to penalize unsustainable actions and encourage sustainable actions in Higher Education;

2. Improve the profiles of higher education institutions to motivate students, teachers, employers and society in general;

3. Ensure the implementation of plans and programs of educational activities and national policies if are correctly implemented;

4. Environmental protection in general

5. Preservation of Human Rights, Peace and Security

6. Standardize higher education equally at international level;7. Avoid the design of particular policies for higher education;

 

Core missions

1. Promote an environment which ensures the free flow of knowledge to all sections of society

2. Create strong programs that support increasing the number of educated youth in our global society

3. Nurture existing socio-cultural and intellectual strengths

4. Build a foundation for the education of workers and thinkers that can thrive in a global society

5. Develop an inter-cultural, international and multilingual curriculum for higher education institutions worldwide

6. Implement non-discrimination policies (including sex, race, age, color, and religion) in education institutions

To Ensure

1. Competent and educated workforce to take new challenges of the society

2. Neutralize the gap between educational deficit and economic surplus amongst nations and continents to avoid exploitation in terms of Outward migration of Human brain

3. Strong political social and economical decision making power to mitigate any corresponding loss

4. To understand how society interpret Quality of life;

5. Self Thinker and Maker;

 

Responsibilities of high education institutions-government-NGOs- society

To have a Higher Education for Action to Better World, and Sustainable Development, it is necessary that all actors plays an action-generating changes such as the: Government, Universities, NGOs, and civil society, they must have a responsibility to make the higher education a complex network, inclusive, functional and meaningful for the formation of an able man. For this, each of the intermediaries has definite role to play

 

THE GOVERNMENT

Government as the basis of a country has the great responsibility of trigger mechanisms to create public or private universities. So, have the following responsibilities:

1 Creating More universities, or infrastructure development;

2 Establishment of rational policies governing these universities;

3-Reconstruction of National Education Systems to promote greater interaction between the legislature of Education and the Executors of these policies by giving responsibilities for better distribution of resources over the territory;

4 You should put on the agenda for political and governance plans developed by managers of higher education is seen that these institutions may see the improvements of the country;

5-They should inspect the institutions of higher education, to demand quality education;

6-The government should enhance education professionals in order to ensure the quality of their performance;

7-Should set parameters, quality Middle school that promotes selfstudy of the student learns to have a critical thinking;

8-To ensure more democratic access to higher education;

9-Governments should create research centers to gain answers to the challenges of sustainable development and life on the planet.

10-Establish partnerships for external training of their professional and academic exchanges, etc.

 

INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION

The university shall act as the agent that enforces these policies and laws.As the institution that trains and educates people to be successful in society, the university will be the foundation for implementing the principles outlined in this charter. Therefore, the university will have unique responsibilities:

1. Should seek to establish links between the present knowledge with knowledge of the future, providing a quality education, forming citizens committed to human social life and prepared for the challenges of a society increasingly under constant development, information and knowledge.

2. Train workers with the skills to address the needs of society

3. Give priority to the teachers and instructors providing them with living wages and ongoing professional development

4-Create opportunities to exchange experiences and collective construction of knowledge with other universities for students and teachers, provide access to computers, to the Internet all teachers, students and all staff of the institution above;

5. Promote social solidarity and equality through university policy and education

6.They should try to establish connection between scientific and popular knowledge, creating incentives for all college students, and carry out extension work seeking to fulfill the social role of the university.

7. Must create modern institutions;

8. Exercise rigor and originality in academic standards

9. Integration of a global curriculum

 

CIVIL SOCIETY (RELIGIOUS, COMMUNITIES, TRADITIONAL LEADERS AND COMMUNITY)

Civil society provides students for institutions of higher learning and then makes use of the students’ knowledge and skills upon the completion of their education. Thus society has a significant interest in enhancing the quality of higher education. Civil societies bear the following responsibilities:

1. Encourage education for all members of society

2. Promote equal opportunities for higher education

3. Monitor the actions of higher education institutions

4. Promote and maintain high standards for education institutions

5. Communication and involvement with education leaders and institutions

6. Prohibit negative influences that compromise quality and opportunity of education

7. Promote peace, solidarity and democracy for creating a climate of stability

NGOs

NGOs today are the great potential in improving the level of higher education in the world, the vehicle for the universalization of higher education, the funding of academic vision and action. And she has the responsibilities as well as:

1-To advise, monitor, and audit of establishments, travel, education programs;

2-Finance academic activities;

3-Identify feasibility and high academic partners for action;

4-Report actions or activities, of the governments, universities, civil society to international partners, etc..

5-Create discussion forums on the higher education, etc.

 

 

Final Resolution

1. Better quality of life in terms of

·Improved access to quality basic and higher education to all section of society

·Improved basic education system to support youth taking higher education

·Improved educational infrastructure and better policies to inculcate more from youth;

·Strong Livelihood base to absorb the increasing educated youth of the society

·To lead a healthy life under clean environment

·Improved communications between all intermediaries of society

·Educated citizenry taking new challenges for the betterment

 

2. Better nations- with educated citizenry who can take prudent political policies, growing base of opportunities and employment for new labour causing complete stoppage of draining, knowledge based society

Way Forward

We look forward for better world with educated citizenry in long term perspective it give solution to many international conflicts

 

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