For the common good, AASGON was established to promote good governance and purposeful education, protect, advance and maintain human capacity development, dignity, rights and values for a better, humane and fairer world.
The Africa Asia Scholars Global Network (AASGON) is a Signatory to the UN Global Compact and Member of the UK Stakeholders for Sustainable Development (UKSSD).
Established on 10th October 2010 ( 10-10-10 ),AASGON is a registered UK not-for-profit multilateral organization commited to the Fostering of Good Governance, Human Capital Development ,Innovation and Academic Entrepreneurship through Strategic Partnerships and People Centred Policies and Programs.
AASGON has received awards for its activism and action against Climate Change and has been honoured with the planting of trees in three States of India, Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab.
AFFILIATIONS & MEMBERSHIPS
In partnership with its sister organisation, the Global South Economic Forum (GSEF), AASGON is committed to building enabling structures and rebuilding the bricks in our ‘Fractured World’ as pronounced by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Switzerland, in 2018.
AASGON is dedicated In its strive to consistently among others:
- Sustain and extensively promote the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact with respect to human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption, and communicate regularly with its stakeholders on its engagement in the Global Compact and efforts taken to support the ten principles, as well as post this Communication on Engagement (COE) on the UN Global Compact website.
- Advance the Principles of the 1955 Afro-Asia (Bandung) Conference.
- Support, initiate and partake in activities relating to the educational development and sustainability of the Global South.
- Promote scholarships, placements and exchange programmes – summer, internship, career and cultural exchanges.
For your kind perusal of our most recent report to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr. António Guterres, Please visit