How to help create more inclusive societies, support innovation and protect our cultural and natural heritage.
We believe that local engagement in a global context is key for sustainable social change that respects our planet. As an example, getting involved with an immigrant settlement group is one way to create an inclusive society. Your engagement is important to us.
How to become a member
You can become a member of the Canadian Commission for UNESCO through our networks, advisory groups and Sectoral Commissions. Stay tuned to our Facebook page for calls for applications, or follow us on Twitter. Meanwhile, visit our Networks pages for more information on how to become a member and get involved.
Advisory committees and Sectoral Commissions
The membership of our various advisory committees and Sectoral Commissions is renewed every two years. Given that there is no fixed date and members' terms vary from committee to committee, we encourage you to follow us on social media and check our website regularly for calls for applications.
The Secretariat for the Canadian Commission for UNESCO offers a stimulating work environment. Applicants interested in joining our team are encouraged to visit the career opportunities page of the Canada Council for the Arts, the agency responsible for CCUNESCO.