|Editor||Europe of Many Cultures, Alastair Ross Ed.|
UNESCO's international conference on Education in the 21st Century, with Jacques Delors as its president, set out four main targets for the education of the future. These were: (1) learning for knowing, (2) learning for doing, (3) learning for being and (4) learning for living together. The last of these targets is not new: in 1925 the need for the creation of a structure servicing the approachability and communication between people was the reason for the establishment of the International Office of Education. However, In fact, the 20th century did not meet that challenge and so the target remains timely.