About UNESCO APNIEVE Australia Publishing
The Asia Pacific Network for International Education and Values Education (UNESCO APNIEVE) is a regional network of educators in the Asia Pacific established by UNESCO in 1995. APNIEVE aims to promote education for peace, human rights, democracy and sustainability in education, through educator professional development and the publication of educational materials and resources. UNESCO APNIEVE Australia was established in Adelaide in 2000 as a non-profit educational association and later as a member of CEASA.UNESCO APNIEVE Australia
has also been a Publishing House specialising in educational publications, and books relating to culture, the natural and social sciences and communications, associated with issues that are of concern to UNESCO, for example:
peace, democracy, citizenship, human rights, intercultural and interfaith understanding, the environment, social ecology, community and personal development, indigenous knowledge, human empowerment, sustainable development and related issues.
The Mission of UNESCO APNIEVE Australia Publishing (UAAP) has been to provide a platform for printing, publishing and disseminating the work of serious writers and researchers, whether fiction or non-fiction, at a minimum cost, for maximum impact, with ALL proceeds of sales being retained by the writer!