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  • > Report by the Director-General on the evaluation of the first phase of the International Basic Sciences Programme (IBSP), and proposals regarding draft document 34 C/4 and draft document 34 C/5 (176 EX/11) - Updated: 12-09-2007 12:58 pm
    This report is a follow-up to 172 EX/Decision 12. It presents an assessment of the first phase of the International Basic Sciences Programme (IBSP), based on consideration of the take-off of the IBSP, initial returns of the projects launched in 2005, the development of partnerships, and lessons learnt so far.

     

    As the first phase of the IBSP will be terminated in 2007 and its strategy fulfilled, the report introduces principal elements of a new strategy proposed for the forthcoming phase of the programme falling within the Medium-Term Strategy for 2008-2013 and the Programme and Budget for 2008-2009. The major elements of the new strategy highlight the promotion of regional and international cooperation in capacity-building in the basic sciences and science education, and seek considerable reinforcement of the concentration of the IBSP by focusing IBSP activities on a limited number of major priority actions (MPAs) and the development of a continuous interface with Member States.

    The 176th Session of UNESCO’s Executive Board will take place 10-26 April 2007

    The 34th Session of UNESCO’s General Conference will take place 16 October-3 November 2007   

     

    To read document 176 EX/11 in full click Report by the Director-General on the evaluation of the first phase of the International Basic Sciences Programme (IBSP), and proposals regarding draft document 34 C/4 and draft document 34 C/5

     

    For further information contact: Maciej Nalecz m.nalecz@unesco.org


    Document Type Executive Board Report
    Status Published UNESCO Executive Board Document
    Website (URL) http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0014/001498/149860e.pdf
    Author(s) UNESCO
    Publisher UNESCO
    Publication Location Paris
    Publication Year 2007
    Number of Pages 12
    Series/Report ID 176 EX/11


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