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Executive Bureau

Subseries consists of agendas and summary reports of the meetings of the CAME Executive Bureau from 1943 to 1945. The subseries is arranged with the agendas in chronological order, followed by the summary records in chronological order.

General series

Subseries consists of official CAME documents issued with the general series code AME/A. The documents pertain to all areas of CAME's activities. They are arranged in order of the document code which is also roughly chronological.

Science Commission files

Subseries consists of correspondence files of the CAME Science Commission. The files pertain to CAME's work in general and to the Commission's work in studying needs for scientific equipment and preparing inventories. The files were reorganized by the Natural Sciences Section of the UNESCO Secretariat according to a numeric classification scheme. There are also some records of the Natural Sciences Section that were added to the files.

Prep.Com. Documents

Subseries consists of 71 documents (excluding any revisions and addenda) which were issued under the general code Prep.Com. The subseries is arranged in numeric order based on the codes.

Editorial Committee of the Study on Fundamental Education

Subseries consists of the documents of the Editorial Committee responsible for editing the material gathered from world authorities in fundamental education in advance of the First Session of the General Conference of UNESCO. The resulting publication explained UNESCO's suggested programme of action in the field of fundamental education. The Committee's documents have no document code but are arranged roughly in reverse chronological order.

Committee on Libraries, Museums, Publications and Special Projects documents and meetings

Subseries consists of documents issued by the Preparatory Commission's Committee on Libraries, Museums, Publications and Special Projects. It also includes the records of the Committee's meetings. The documents and meeting records have the document code Prep.Com./ L. M. & Sp. Proj. Com./. The subseries is arranged in order of the code with the documents before the meeting records.

Press releases

Subseries consists of press releases issued by the Preparatory Commission. They have the code Press/ or Prep.Com./Pub.Inf./Press. There are also documents with no code. The subseries is arranged in order of the document code.

Correspondence files

Subseries consists of correspondence files for staff of the Division of Human Rights and Peace.

Alphabetical correspondence

Subseries consists of outgoing correspondence from 1965-1970 and incoming correspondence from 1969-1970. The outgoing correspondence is arranged alphabetically within the files which are then arranged by year. Incoming correspondence follows the ougoing correspondence and follows the same pattern.

IIP

Series consists of administrative, operational and public files on any matters dealt with and published by the IIP programme.

Organization of the games

  • FR PUNES AG 8-SEC-SHS-JP-3
  • Subseries
  • 1989-1999, predominant 1994-1997
  • Part of Secretariat Records

Subseries consists of files related to the preparation and roll-out of the Romania and Togo Peace Games. Files include evaluations and feasibility studies for the Games; correspondence, including with Member States; General Conference and Executive Board documents related to the Games; programmes; memos; sponsorship correspondence; as well as photographs from the Romania games. There is some duplication with other series.

Press files and objects

Subseries consists of press files related to media coverage of the Romania and Togo games; recordings of the Romania games in VHS, Betacam and cassette tape formats; correspondence related to the medals to be distributed to the winners; and photographs. Also included are posters; artisanal and decorative objects from some of the participating countries (perhaps gifts); brochures for the games; commemorative t-shirts; and relay race batons used during the games.

Agreement between UNESCO and the International Research Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Asia-Pacific Region regarding the use of the emblem of the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage

The file contains the signed agreement as well as a letter sent to the Secretary of the Convention/Chief of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Section from the Director-General of the IRCI.

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