UNESCO Club Serron
The UNESCO Clubs, Centres and Associations are groups of volunteers of different ages and socio-professional status who become militants in the service of UNESCO’s ideals. These Clubs take up a position on global problems with local repercussions and thus contribute to the process of reflection on social priorities. This movement attests to the ever-increasing role of civil society throughout the world and the influence that citizens can exert on socio-economic decision-makers. The 3,600 or so Clubs, spread over 90 countries, have three main functions: training, information and action.