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Medium-Term Strategy (2002 – 2007) for the Asia and Pacific Region
Document drawn up following the Director-General's consultation with the National Commissions for UNESCO of the Asia and Pacific Region (Jakarta, Indonesia, 24-27 June 2002)
 
The current Regional Strategy reflects a new approach to planning adopted by UNESCO. Based on resolutions recorded at the General Conference on UNESCO strategies, on experience of the Secretariat working across the region and on preliminary consultations and technical assessments, the document brings to the fore specific proposals concerning a medium-term strategy to Member States and their National Commissions at the very start of the planning process for the next biennium. This is an element of the Director-General’s strategy to decentralize UNESCO, to bring the UNESCO’s action closer to the Member States and their National Commissions, and to initiate a pro-active planning process that starts at the Member State level.

Medium-Term Strategy
Document Type Final Report
Click to Download File BSP_Asia_Pacific_MTS_final.pdf
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Author(s) UNESCO
Publisher UNESCO/BSP
Publication Location Paris
Publication Year 1970
Number of Pages 28 p.
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