UNESCO: Learning – The Treasure Within (Delors Report)

Learning: The Treasure Within

Learning: The Treasure Within, commonly referred to as the ‘Delors Report’, proposes a holistic and integrated vision of education based on the paradigms of lifelong learning, and the four pillars of learning to be, to know, to do, and to live together.


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UNESCO: Four Pillars of Learning – Bốn Cột Trụ Giáo Dục

The four pillars of learning

The four pillars of learning are fundamental principles for reshaping education:

Learning to know: to provide the cognitive tools required to better comprehend the world and its complexities, and to provide an appropriate and adequate foundation for future learning.

Learning to do: to provide the skills that would enable individuals to effectively participate in the global economy and society.

Learning to be: to provide self analytical and social skills to enable individuals to develop to their fullest potential psycho-socially, affectively as well as physically, for a all-round ‘complete person.

Learning to live together: to expose individuals to the values implicit within human rights, democratic principles, intercultural understanding and respect and peace at all levels of society and human relationships to enable individuals and societies to live in peace and harmony.

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UNESCO: Visions of Learning

Visions of Learning

UNESCO has long promoted a humanistic vision of learning based on principles of respect for life, human dignity, and cultural diversity, as well as social justice and international solidairty. This vision has been outlined in the two landmark publications, Learning to Be (1972) and Learning: The Treasure Within (1996). UNESCO is now building on these reports to rethink education in the current context of change, complexity, and uncertainty.

Rethinking Education in a Changing World

As an international laboratory of ideas, UNESCO has launched a process of rethinking the fundamental principles that guide our approaches to education and learning in the current context of globalization. In order to do so, the Director-General of UNESCO has established a Senior Experts’ Group chaired by Ms. Amina Mohammed, the United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on Post-2015 Development Planning. A first meeting of the Senior Experts’ Group was organized in February 2013 in order to initiate the process. See report of meeting


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