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Secretariat Records

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  • Archive Group

Secretariat records, as separate from Secretariat Documents issued with official document codes, include programme files, project files, division files, registry files, administrative files, and working files. The Archival Group is comprised of the following collections and fonds:

-Legal instruments (LA) Collection: agreements, conventions, recommendations, final acts, plans of operation, protocols, contracts, statutes, credentials, full powers of the Delegates of the General Conference, etc., that have been transferred to the Archives.

-Central Registry Collection: official correspondence files (also called 'registry files' and 'subject files on programme maters') contianing documents collected from Secretariat units and organized according to a subject-based classification scheme by the former Registry Section.

-Secretariat fonds: records created and maintained by the organizational units of the Secretariat in the course of their activities, such as, for example, the Executive Office of the Director General (CAB), Bureau of Studies and Programming (BEP, PSP), Secretariat of the General Conference and the Executive Board (SCX), etc. The fonds includes records of committees and commissions that reported to the Director-General.

UNESCO

Protocol to Amend the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance especially as Waterfowl Habitat

Subsubseries consists of the Protocol and legal instruments following its adoption, such as ratification instruments. The subsubseries also includes the first instruments registered following the Conference of the Contracting Parties on 28 May 1987, however, the subsubseries was closed in 1988, and so all instruments from that time forward are registered under subsubseries A/398/A. Also, some Protocol-related instruments will be filed under the appropriate country files in A/398/A. The instruments are roughly in chronological order (registered sequentially upon transfer to Archives).

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