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Planification Stratégique
Le Thème fédérateur de la Stratégie à moyen terme de l'UNESCO pour les six prochaines années, (jusqu'à 2007) est: Contribution de l'UNESCO à la paix et au développement humain à l'ère de la mondialisation, par l'éducation, les sciences, la culture et la communication.
 
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Programme et Budget,2006-2007, 33 C/5 Approuvé

Le document 33 C/5 approuvé indique les orientations et les cibles de l’action de l’UNESCO pour la troisième et dernière phase de la période couverte par la Stratégie à moyen terme pour 2002-2007 (31 C/4 approuvé). Partant, il a été conçu de manière à modeler cette action d’après les objectifs stratégiques, les thèmes transversaux et les effets recherchés du 31 C/4, en mettant à profit tout ce qui a été fait depuis 2002 - réalisations, résultats, évaluations et examens stratégiques, surtout en ce qui concerne l’éducation pour tous -, ainsi qu’à s’atteler aux tâches qui n’ont pas encore été abordées.Plus d'information >>>

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Questionnaire relatif au Projet de Stratégie à moyen terme pour 2008-2013 (34 C/4) et au Projet de Programme et de Budget pour 2008-2009 (34 C/5)
Ce questionnaire est conçu pour recueillir les points de vue, propositions et observations des États membres et Membres associés, ainsi que des organisations intergouvernementales (OIG) et organisations non gouvernementales internationales (ONG), sur les principes essentiels, les priorités et les questions fondamentales dont, conformément à la résolution 33 C/1 de la Conférence générale, il conviendrait de s’inspirer pour élaborer le Projet de stratégie à moyen terme pour 2008-2013 (34 C/4) et le Projet de programme et de budget pour 2008-2009 (34 C/5). Plus >>>

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Etabli en Octobre 2000, le Bureau de Planification Stratégique (BSP) est un des services centraux de l'Organisation. Faisant rapport directement au Directeur général, les responsabilités qui lui one été confiées touchent aussi bien aux services centraux qu'aux activités de programme.

La tâche principale de BSP est de préparer la Stratégie à moyen terme de l’Organisation ainsi que les programmes et budgets biennaux, en veillant à ce que les objectifs et priorités stratégiques fixés par la Conférence générale et le Conseil exécutif – notamment en ce qui concerne les femmes, la jeunesse, les pays les moins avancés, l'Afrique et certaines stratégies spécifiques, soient pleinement pris en compte à tous les stades de l’élaboration et de l’exécution du programme. Ces fonctions sont complétées par une supervision de l’exécution du programme et par l’établissement de rapports à ce sujet.

BSP a également pour tâche de gérer et développer SISTER (Système d'Information sur les Stratégies, les Tâches et l'Evaluation des Résultats) outil principal d'un système de programmation axé sur les résultats, (RBM) qui doit couvrir les financements par le budget ordinaire et par des fonds extrabudgétaires.

BSP fournit aussi des orientations stratégiques concernant la programmation des diverses actions de nature transectorielle notamment les deux thèmes transversaux, la coordination des activités de l'Organisation concernant le Dialogue entre les civilisations, et la Décennie internationale de la promotion d'une culture de la non-violence et de la paix au profit des enfants du monde.

De manière générale, BSP est chargé de la participation et de la contribution de l’UNESCO aux efforts de programmation interinstitutions déployés dans le cadre du système des Nations Unies pour veiller à la cohérence des orientations et actions en particulier s’agissant de donner suite à la Déclaration du millénaire des Nations Unies et de la poursuite des Objectifs de développement du Millénaire.




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Globalization and Intangible Cultural Heritage: Opportunities, Threats and Challenges (Nations University, Tokyo 26-08-2004 - 27-08-2004)
What are the opportunities, threats and challenges for intangible cultural heritage in an era of rapid globalization? Over 15 political and intellectual leaders will debate this at the UNESCO/UNU International Conference on “Globalization and Intangible Cultural Heritage: Opportunities, Threats and Challenges” on 26 and 27 August 2004 in Tokyo, Japan. Continuer


Documents
Stratégie à moyen terme (2002-2007) pour les Etats arabes - by UNESCO
Document établie à l'issue de la Consultation régionale organisée par le Directeur général des Commissions nationales pour l'UNESCO de la région des pays arabes (Rabat, Maroc, 6-8 juin 2002).Continuer

Stratégie à Moyen terme pour 2002-2007 pour la Région Afrique - by UNESCO
Document établie à l'issue de la consultation du Directeur général avec les Comissions nationales pour l'UNESCO de la région AfriqueContinuer

Medium-Term Strategy (2002 – 2007) for the Europe Region - by UNESCO
Prepared in the light of the discussions held during the Director-General's Consultation of the National Commissions for UNESCO of the Europe Region (Budapest, Hungary, 16-18 June 2002).Continuer

Medium-Term Strategy (2002 – 2007) for the Asia and Pacific Region - by UNESCO
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)Continuer

Medium-Term Strategy (2002 - 2007) for the Latin America and Caribbean Region. - by UNESCO
Elaborated in the light of the discussions held during the Director-General's Consultation of the National Commissions for UNESCO of the Latin America and the Caribbean region (Montevideo, Uruguay, 15-18 July 2002).Continuer

AWAY : Femme, Créativité, Diaspora et Dialogue Interculturel – Catalogue de l'Exposition d’art - by Various authors under the Direction of Ambassador Laura Faxas, Permanent Delegate of the the Dominican Republic to UNESCO
away_catalog_couv_thumb.jpgOn the occasion of the 2007 International Women's Day celebrations at UNESCO, the Delegation of the Dominican Republic has brought together the works of ten of its women artists sharing a common denominator – their migration background. Today, the Dominican Republic has become an important place of origin, transit and destiny of migrants. Rosario Rivera Bond, Teresa Díaz, Iliana Emilia, Charo Oquet, Miguelina Rivera, Raquel Paiewonsky, Scherezade García, Natalia Ortega and Inés Tolentino live in New York, Athenes, Miami, Amsterdam, Paris and Montpellier but they all have great renown and influence within the Dominican contemporary art scene. They belong to a group of almost two million Dominicans residing outside of the island and they represent some of the countless Diaspora communities that are increasingly interconnected through extending transnational networks all over the world. This exhibition aims to inspire and open up an intercultural dialogue among the artists and with the general public, addressing the role of women in migration movements, Diaspora networks and intercultural dialogue.
Hans d'OrvilleContinuer

La Flûte Enchantée ... mais pas seulement : un dialogue entre musiques classiques, traditionnelles et contemporaines (Mozart ... mais pas seulement, IIIe partie) - by Association Mélodie pour le Dialogue entre les Civilisations
flute_sm.jpgConcert organisé à l'occasion de la clôture du soixantième anniversaire de l'UNESCO, organisé et présenté par l'Association Mélodie pour le Dialogue entre les Civilisations aù Palais de l'UNESCO dans la salle I le 6 novembre 2006.Continuer

Dialogue among Civilizations: Regional Summit on Inter-religious and Inter-ethnic Dialogue, Tirana, Albania, 9 and 10 December 2004 - by UNESCO/BSP
tirana_cover_small.jpgSouth-East Europe has suffered from the ravages of the last wars of the 20th century in Europe, also as a consequence of inter-ethnic and inter-religious tension, hatred and violence. Today, the region is rebounding, leaving the wounds of the past behind and responding to the desire of its peoples for reconciliation, exchange and cooperation, especially among the youth. Ensuring freedom of movement in the region will be an important practical step. In the present post-conflict period, there is an undeniable need to face up to the truth of the past as the region is not yet free from the seeds of divisions and confrontations of a religious or ethnic nature.Continuer

Dialogue among Civilizations - Proceedings of the High-Level Conference "Eurasia in the XXIst Century: Dialogue of Cultures, or Conflict of Civilizations?", Issyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan, 10 and 11 June 2004 - by UNESCO/BSP
issuk_kul_cover_small.jpgFor centuries, Eurasia has been at the crossroads of continents, philosophies, ideologies, trade routes and geopolitical and strategic processes and interests. It has become home for diverse cultures, providing an environment within which the rich experience, aspirations and customs of nations can be effectively shared.Continuer

Final Report of the Director-General’s Consultation of National Commissions for UNESCO of the Latin America and the Caribbean Region on the Preparation of the Draft Medium-Term Strategy for 2008-2013 (34 C/4) and the Draft Programme and Budget for 2008-200 - by UNESCO
Held in Montego Bay, Jamaica between 3 and 6 July 2006

Representatives of 33 out of 36 National Commissions from countries and territories of the Latin America and the Caribbean region attended the Consultation. Representatives of Canada, the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and the UNESCO-NGO Liaison Committee participated as observers. Officials from various offices and services of the UNESCO Secretariat as well as directors and representatives of eight UNESCO field offices in the region also participated in the meeting. The United Nations Resident Coordinator for Jamaica attended the opening meeting.

Click below to read the Final Reports from the other regional consultations:

Africa | Arab States | Asia and the Pacific | Europe and North America | Latin America and the CaribbeanContinuer

Final Report of the Director-General’s Consultation of National Commissions for UNESCO of the Europe and North America Region on the Preparation of the Draft Medium-Term Strategy for 2008-2013 (34C/4) and the Draft Programme and Budget For 2008-2009 (34 C/ - by UNESCO
Held in Athens, Greece between 25 and 28 June 2006

Representatives of 48 of the 49 National Commissions of the Europe and North America Region attended the consultation. The Chairman of the Executive Board attended as an observer, as did the Secretary-General of a National Commission from another region, the Director-General’s consultant, a member of the Review Committee for Major Programmes II and III, an NGO, and representatives of several Greek Ministries. Officials from various offices and services of the UNESCO Secretariat as well as the Directors and Representatives of the UNESCO offices in the region (Moscow, Bucharest, New York, Venice and Geneva) also participated in the meeting.

Click below to read the Final Reports from the other regional consultations:

Africa | Arab States | Asia and the Pacific | Europe and North America | Latin America and the CaribbeanContinuer

Africa but not only ... The first regional concert of "Mozart, but not only ..." - by Melody for Dialogues Among Civilizations Association
melodies_africa_small.jpg"Africa, but not only" is our first regional concert. It is being organized in a continent which was engulfed in internecine wars and conflicts. Recently, much progress has been made to resolve previously interminable conflicts. Africa today is striving to embrace the wisdom of peaceful co-existence, the pursuit of good governance and the principles of cooperation and good-neighbourliness. The choice of the venue for this regional concert was therefore deliberate, namely to support the conflict-resolution and peace-making efforts under way in many sub-regions and countries. To be sure, much needs still to be done but let us begin to spread from here in Abuja this new message of peace.Continuer

Final Report of the Director-General’s Consultation of National Commissions for UNESCO of the Africa Region on the Preparation of the Draft Medium-Term Strategy For 2008 – 2013 (34 C/4) and the Draft Programme and Budget for 2008-2009 (34 C/5) - by UNESCO/BSP
This consultation was held in Luanda, Angola between 13 ans 15 June 2006.

Representatives of 41 out of 46 National Commissions of the Africa Region attended the consultation. An observer from the NGOs Liaison Committee participated. Officials of various offices and services of the UNESCO Secretariat as well as Directors and Representatives of UNESCO national, cluster and regional field offices in the region participated in the meeting. The Angolan Minister of Science and Technology, Vice-Ministers, Members of Parliament, invited guests as well as representatives from Diplomatic Missions attended the Opening Ceremony.

Click below to read the Final Reports from the other regional consultations:

Africa | Arab States | Asia and the Pacific | Europe and North America | Latin America and the CaribbeanContinuer

Final Report of the Director-General’s Consultation of National Commissions for UNESCO of the Asia and Pacific Region on the Preparation of the Draft Medium-Term Strategy for 2008 – 2013 (34 C/4) and the Draft Programme and Budget for 2008-2009 (34 C/5) - by
Held in Hanoi, Viet Nam between 6 and 9 June 2006.

Representatives of 38 out of 43 National Commissions of the Asia and Pacific Region attended the Consultation. Three observers participated – Singapore and representatives from two Category 2 institutes and centres. Officials of various offices and services of the UNESCO Secretariat as well as Directors and Representatives of 14 UNESCO field offices in the region also participated in the meeting. Vietnamese invited guests as well as representatives from Diplomatic Missions attended the Opening Ceremony.

Click below to read the Final Reports from the other regional consultations:

Africa | Arab States | Asia and the Pacific | Europe and North America | Latin America and the CaribbeanContinuer

Final Report of the Director-General’s Consultation of National Commissions for UNESCO of the Arab Region on the Preparation of the Draft Medium-Term Strategy for 2008 – 2013 (34 C/4) and the Draft Programme and Budget for 2008-2009 (34 C/5) - by UNESCO
Held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates between 27 May and 31 May 2006

Seventeen out of eighteen National Commissions of the Arab Region attended the consultation (the Iraqi National Commission was not represented). The Palestinian Committee for Education, Science and Culture and one observer from ISESCO were also present. Officials of various offices and services of the UNESCO Secretariat as well as Directors and Representatives of UNESCO field offices in the region (Amman, Beirut, Cairo, Doha, Rabat and Ramallah, UNESCO Office for Iraq) participated in the meeting.

Click below to read the Final Reports from the other regional consultations:

Africa | Arab States | Asia and the Pacific | Europe and North America | Latin America and the CaribbeanContinuer

Note de synthèse sur les délibérations de la Conférence générale, à sa 33e session, concernant la préparation de la Stratégie à Moyen Terme pour 2008-2013 (34 C/4) et du Projet de Programme et de Budget pour 2008-2009 (34 C/5) - by UNESCO/BSP
Ce document mis en relief plusieurs questions sur lesquelles les États membres étaient invités à fournir des conseils et à arrêter des orientations, notamment la portée de l’action future de l’UNESCO ; la corrélation entre les documents 31 C/4 et 31 C/5 ; la prise en compte de la mission et des fonctions de l’UNESCO ; l’approche des objectifs stratégiques pour chacun des quatre programmes de l’UNESCO ; ainsi que la démarche axée sur les résultats qui se traduit par la formulation de « résultats escomptés » pour chaque objectif stratégique.

Ce document est également disponible en :

Anglais | Español | Russe | Arabe | ChinoisContinuer

Questionnaire relatif au Projet de Stratégie à moyen terme pour 2008-2013 (34 C/4) et au Projet de Programme et de Budget pour 2008-2009 (34 C/5) - by UNESCO
Ce questionnaire est conçu pour recueillir les points de vue, propositions et observations des États membres et Membres associés, ainsi que des organisations intergouvernementales (OIG) et organisations non gouvernementales internationales (ONG), sur les principes essentiels, les priorités et les questions fondamentales dont, conformément à la résolution 33 C/1 de la Conférence générale, il conviendrait de s’inspirer pour élaborer le Projet de stratégie à moyen terme pour 2008-2013 (34 C/4) et le Projet de programme et de budget pour 2008-2009 (34 C/5).

Ce document est également disponible en :

Anglais | Español | Russe | Arabe | Chinois

Cliquez ici pour lire la Note de synthèse sur les délibérations de la Conférence générale concernant la préparation de la Stratégie à Moyen Terme et du Projet de Programme et de BudgetContinuer

Approved Programme and Budget, 2006-2007, (33 C/5) - by UNESCO
33c5coverthumb.jpgThe Programme and Budget of the Organisation is a consolidated document outlining those funds which are appropriated by the General Conference of UNESCO and which are financed by contributions assessed on Member States and by Miscellaneous Income (if available), as distinct from the budget financed from extrabudgetary resources, e.g. voluntary contributions.Continuer

Dialogues: Au-delà des mots - by Etoundi Essamba, Angèle
essamba-catalogue_thumb.jpgLes oeuvres d'Angèle Etoundi Essamba nous invitent à une observation rigoureuse , à une participation, et nous rappellent la nécessité de voir, de comprendre, et d'agir. Même si les photographies d'Essamba capturent un moment précis dans le temps, elles nous transmettent un sentiment d'éternité : elles nous incitent à voir les autres et nous-mêmes. L'Autre entre dans des DIALOGUES avec nous et nous dialoguons, en retour, sous différentes formes.Continuer

Voix de femmes, mais pas seulement... - by Association Mélodie pour le Dialogue entre les Civilisations
melodies_brochure_cover_small.jpgUn dialogue entre musiques classique, traditionnelle et contemporaine. Brochure du concert organisé à l’occasion de la Journée internationale de la femme.

Le spectacle est organisé et présenté par l’Association Mélodie pour le Dialogue entre les Civilisations.

Le concert a lieu à la Maison de l'UNESCO dans la Salle I le 8 mars 2006 à 19h30.Continuer

Mozart, but not only... A dialogue between traditional, classical and contemporary music - by Melodies for Dialogue among Civilizations Association
mozart_brochure_thumb.jpgThe “Mozart, but not only…” concert, organized on 16 November 2005 to mark the sixtieth anniversary of UNESCO, was one of the greatest and most beautiful moments of that day of commemoration… The concert represented an innovative and exciting approach: musical performances involving live interaction between traditional instruments played by musicians from different cultures, thus emphasizing that dialogue goes beyond words and can thrive in the realm of music. Such concerts give practical expression to a hallmark of UNESCO's Constitution, namely international cooperation. The dialogue between traditional, classical and contemporary music epitomizes the very essence of international cooperation in a field that is not often singled out in this context.Continuer

Glossary of terminology for the 33 C/5 and 2006-2007 UNESCO workplans SISTER Forms - by UNESCO/BSP
UNESCO's SISTER system requires Programme Specialists to enter certain information using specific terminology. The purpose of this Glossary is to provide appropriate definitions for the terminology used. The purpose of this glossary it to help define certain mandatory information requested by these web-based forms and has been developed in cooperation with Sectors/Services, thus allowing for the production of both programming and monitoring reports for internal purposes as well as for Member States (e.g. SSFs, RAMs, C/5, Workplans, EX/4, C/3).Continuer

Programme et Budget 2006-2007, 33 C/5 Approuvé - by UNESCO
33c5coverthumbFR.jpgLe document 33 C/5 approuvé indique les orientations et les cibles de l’action de l’UNESCO pour la troisième et dernière phase de la période couverte par la Stratégie à moyen terme pour 2002-2007 (31 C/4 approuvé). Partant, il a été conçu de manière à modeler cette action d’après les objectifs stratégiques, les thèmes transversaux et les effets recherchés du 31 C/4, en mettant à profit tout ce qui a été fait depuis 2002 - réalisations, résultats, évaluations et examens stratégiques, surtout en ce qui concerne l’éducation pour tous -, ainsi qu’à s’atteler aux tâches qui n’ont pas encore été abordées.
Ce document est également disponible en :

Anglais | Español | Russe | Arabe | ChinoisContinuer

UNESCO and the IYHF -- towards an active working partnership - by Hans d'Orville
The beginnings of the formal relationship between UNESCO and the International Youth Hostel Federation (IYHF) can be traced to April 2003 when UNESCO's Director-General, Koïchiro Matsuura and IYHF's President, Harish Saxena signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). This MoU formalises and concretises the already existing partnership between both Organisations and provides a concrete framework for future cooperation. It provided for a new focus on a three-year Campaign for International Peace and Understanding, the annual celebration of International Youth Day (12 August - proclaimed by the UN in 1999) and awareness-raising activtities pertaining to HIV/AIDS in the context of preventive education.Continuer

Final Report of the Director-General's Consultation of the National Commissions for UNESCO of the Arab Region on the Preparation of the Draft Programme and Budget for 2006-2007 (33 C/5) - by UNESCO
The main objective of the Consultation was to provide recommendations and suggestions by the National Commissions of the Arab Region to the Executive Board and the Director-General on the preliminary proposals for the preparation of the Draft Programme and Budget for 2006-2007 (33 C/5), based on a questionnaire drafted and circulated well in advance of the meeting by the Secretariat.Continuer

Final Report of the Director-General's Consultation of the National Commissions for UNESCO of the Europe and North America Region on the Preparation of the Draft Programme and Budget for 2006-2007 (33 C/5) - by UNESCO
While some participants were of the view that the unifying theme and the strategic objectives and sub-objectives of document 31 C/4 had been adequately reflected in 31 C/5 and 32 C/5, several others considered that more should be done to enhance the linkage between 31 C/4 and 33 C/5. In that context it was suggested that the C/4 and C/5 documents could be combined into a single document with a view to (i) offering a clear medium-term perspective for each biennial programme and (ii) allowing a better integration between the expected outcomes in the C/4 document and the expected results contained in related C/5 documents. Considering that the 31 C/4 was conceived as a “rolling” medium-term strategy, such a combined strategy and programme document was also seen to facilitate a more dynamic adaptation to changing circumstances.

Participants unanimously agreed, that in order to ascertain the linkage between strategy and programme, expected results should be carefully evaluated to assess whether the programme has achieved the objectives of the Medium-Term Strategy. Overall, there was general agreement that UNESCO should focus, in future planning, on practicing management by objective, setting a limited number of goals and having clearly articulated and measurable outcomes.Continuer

Final Report of the Director-General's Consultation of the National Commissions for UNESCO of the Asia and the Pacific Region on the Preparation of the Draft Programme and Budget for 2006-2007 (33 C/5) - by UNESCO
Participants felt that the 33 C/5 must make an effort to also respond to these new concerns and developments.
it was noted that there have been significant global and regional changes since the adoption of the 31 C/4:

· an increase in terrorism;
· devastating earthquakes and natural disasters;
· more pronounced impact of the HIV/AIDS pandemic;
· new demands for post-conflict reconstruction; and
· the adoption of action plans by two major world summits – Sustainable Development (WSSD) and the Information Society (WSIS).Continuer

Final Report of the Director-General's Consultation of the National Commissions for UNESCO of the Africa Region on the Preparation of the Draft Programme and Budget for 2006-2007 (33 C/5) - by UNESCO
At the invitation of the Government of Mozambique, the Director-General’ s Consultation on the draft Programme and Budget for 2006-2007 (33 C/5) was held in Maputo from Friday 14 to Tuesday 18 May 2004, with the invaluable logistic support provided by the Mozambique National Commission for UNESCO and the UNESCO Office in Maputo.

The main objectives of the Consultation were:

To invite comments and proposals from National Commissions on key principles, priorities and other issues related to the preparation of the Draft Programme and Budget for 2006-2007, based on a questionnaire prepared by the UNESCO Secretariat.

To hold thematic debates, as contribution to the elaboration of the Draft 33 C/5, on key issues of particular relevance to the Africa Region, especially the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD).Continuer

Final Report of the Director-General's Consultation of the National Commissions for UNESCO of the Latin America and the Carribean Region on the Preparation of the Draft Programme and Budget for 2006-2007 (33 C/5) - by UNESCO
Representatives of thirty-four out of thirty-six National Commissions in the region (Panama and Colombia were absent) participated in the consultation, which was chaired by Ms Carla Zaandam, President of the National Commission of the host country, Aruba, with Mr Haldane Chase (Bahamas) and Ms Silvia Marin-Garat (Uruguay) serving as Vice-Chairperson. Mr George P. Brown (Antigua and Barbuda) served as Rapporteur and was assisted by two co-Rapporteurs, Ms Patricia Mejias (El Salvador) and Ms Rosario Navas (Cuba). Several directors of UNESCO field offices or their representatives also attended the meeting as well as a number of observers invited by the Aruba National Commission.Continuer

Illiteracy: a female phenomenon? - by Hans d'Orville
Powerpoint presentation given by the Director of the Bureau of Strategic Planning during UNESCO's celebrations of International Literacy Day, 10 Spetember 2002Continuer

Strategic Thinking and Planning - by Hans d'Orville, Director, Bureau of Strategic Planning
Presentation by the Bureau of Strategic Planning to UNESCO's "Leadership and Change Management Programme" (LCMP) on Strategic Thinking and Planning.Continuer

UNESCO's presentation to the United Nation's Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions (ACABQ) - by Hans d'Orville, Director, Bureau of Strategic Planning
bspimg.gifPresentation by the Director of the Bureau of Strategic Planning to the United Nation's Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions on the status of the Director-General's administrative and management reforms within UNESCO.Continuer

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

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