York University’s UNESCO Chair Charles Hopkins is the recipient of the Clean50 Lifetime Achievement Award for his work on a global scale to reorient education towards sustainable development. This prestigious award recognizes Hopkins’ focus on creating a better future for all.
One of the many ways York University drives positive change is through the work of its United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Chair in Reorienting Education Towards Sustainability, a position held by Charles A. Hopkins.
Charles Hopkins, York's UNESCO Chair in Reorienting Education towards Sustainability, will be a featured presenter in the Times Higher Education University Impact Forum on Monday, June 14.
York partners with Ban Ki-moon Centre and Austrian Cultural Forum for event on transformative education for the 21st century
York University's UNESCO Chair, together with the Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens will hold a virtual dialogue on educating future generations. The event will be hosted by the Austrian Cultural Forum at the Austrian Embassy in Ottawa on May 5 at 12 p.m.
York University is one of six founding partners of a new global UNESCO network on Education for Sustainable Development led by Leuphana University in Lüneburg, Germany.