UNESCO

News 13th September 2021

Madam France Marquet, Trustee MSF and SAF representative to UNESCO met with Ms Gabriela Ramos, Assistant Director General

Madam France Marquet had long discussion with Ms Gabriela Ramos on next UNESCO Madanjeet Singh prize for the promotion of tolerance and non-violence and the situation in Afghanistan.

News University of Calicut , Kerala - 9th August 2021

Mme France Marquet SAF Representative to UNESCO attended webinar Indugenous Cultural Heritage & Sustainable Development

UNESCO Chair on indigenous cultural heritage and sustainable development is established for studies and research on indigenous language and knowledge systems that will be a significant contribution to the endeavours of cultural conservation of indigenous communities essential for world’s cultural heritage..

News Virtual Zoom Meeting - 12th July 2021

Ms Aashiyana Adhikari, UMCDSRC Scholar represented SAF Nepal at Virtual meeting "The NGO-UNESCO Convention on Youth & Advocacy"

It was amazing to be invited to join the NGO-UNESCO Convention (Liaison Committee) on Youth and Advocacy representing SAF Nepal. There were more than 60 youths from all around the world coming together for a single cause that is the successful 75th anniversary of UNESCO

News Paris, France - 18th June 2021

Mr Eric Falt, Director, UNESCO presents the book "Incredible Treasures, UNESCO World Heritage Sites India" to H.E. Vishal Sharma

Mr Eric Falt , Director, UNESCO New Delhi Cluster Office, which covers Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka. presenting the book” Incredible Treasures, UNESCO World Heritage Sites of India to H.E Vishal V. Sharma, Permanent Delegate and Ambassador of India to UNESCO and Mrs France Marquet, Trustee Madanjeet Singh Foundation, representative of South Asia Foundation to UNESCO....

In the media South Asia Foundation - 16th April 2021

The South Asia Foundation pays tribute to the memory of its Founder UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador Madanjeet Singh

South Asia Foundation fondly remembers the visionary, UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador Madanjeet Singh, author, diplomat, painter, photographer and philanthropist who dedicated his life to the principle of regional cooperation among the countries of South Asia. He is the first Indian in the history of UNESCO to be nominated UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador. The South Asia Foundation pays tribute to the memory of its Founder and dedicates itself to achieving his vision for the Region.