SDS Int'l Group as IRAN Regional Action Center of Global Understanding (UNESCO Chair Program) will support Zahra Nemati OLY to partake at Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games – Ready Steady Tokyo, Test Events

As in May 2018, president of Global Understanding (GU) Regional Action Center in Iran, by acclamation, designated Zahra Nemati OLY as the first Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Ambassador, now, IRAN Regional Action Center of Global Understanding (UNESCO Chair Program) is supporting Zahra Nemati OLY as its UNSDGs Ambassador in The Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games – Ready Steady Tokyo, Test Events.
OIEC Social Investment approach in oil & gas industry, has been approved by the Global Understanding for Sustainability (UNESCO Chair Program) IRAN Regional Action Center.

Oil Industries Engineering & Construction Group (OIEC Group) has a diverse portfolio of high-quality assets, projects and resources across our Upstream, Downstream in the country. The technical expertise and integrated business model provide OIEC with a competitive advantage.
Financing for Sustainable Development Report 2019

The 2019 Financing for Sustainable Development Report (FSDR) of the Inter-agency Task Force on Financing for Development warns that mobilizing sufficient financing remains a major challenge in implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Despite signs of progress, investments that are critical to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) remain underfunded and parts of the multilateral system are under strain
Zahra Nemati -Iranian Olympic / Paralympic Games Champion in Archery- is designated as SDGs Enlighter and Ambassador of Global Understanding

Nemati is the first Iranian athlete, the first Asian woman and 13rd athlete in the history of Sport who has gained 2 simultaneous Olympic and Paralympic quotas. She is the first disabled Muslim woman who carried the Flag for Team Iran in Olympic Games.
Meeting of UNESCO Chairs on Human Rights, Urban Inclusion and Migration, 21-22 June 2017, UNESCO Headquarters

The 2030 Agenda’s firm entrenchment in human rights and its vision of “leaving no one behind”, makes it imperative for UNESCO – from the perspective of all its fields of competence to carefully assess its role and position itself strategically within the framework of common efforts of the UN system. Within this context, the review of UNESCO’s Human Rights Strategy and its Integrated Strategy to Combat Racism, Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance, both adopted in 2003, appears as particularly timely.