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Representative Works

The UNESCO Collection of Representative Works (or UNESCO Catalogue of Representative Works) was a UNESCO translation project that was active for about 57 years, from 1948 to about 2005. The purpose of the project was to translate masterpieces of world literature, primarily from a lesser known language into a more international language such as English and/or French. There were ~1,300 works in the catalog, consisting of over sixty-five different works of literature and representing around fifty Oriental languages, twenty European languages, and a number of African and Oceanian literatures and languages. The project also included translations from one less widely known language into another.

UNESCO financed the translations and publications, but UNESCO itself was not a publisher, instead working with other publishers who sold the books independently.

Instruments signed with Member States

Series primarily consists of legal instruments signed between UNESCO and member states, including state agencies and corporations. Instruments include co-operation agreements, host-country agreements, funds-in-trust agreements and plans of operation. UNESCO agreements signed with local governments are also filed in this series. The series also contains agreements signed between UNESCO and international, regional or other multilateral organizations as well as all multilateral conventions and recommendations adopted by the General Conference or other intergovernmental conferences which designated UNESCO as a depository. United Nations University (UNU), University for Peace (UPEACE) and World Maritime University (WMU) agreements are filed in this series, but other agreements signed with universities, including state universities, can be found in series B. UNITWIN agreements may be filed in this series or series B. Instruments are given a reference code and registered upon receipt in the Archives and are therefore in rough chronological order.

Executive Board private meeting files

Series consists of files of the ODG generated from the Private Meetings of the Executive Board. Senior posts are discussed at such meetings, including matters such as nominations, appointments, extensions of contracts, salaries, and the structure of the secretariat. The files consists of PRIV documents issued from the meetings (open for consultation after 20 years in another series), as well as notes and internal memoranda circulated between members of the Directorate. Series begins at the 70th Session of the Executive Board (1965) and ends at the 155th Session (1998).

Records of Deputy Director-General M.S. Adiseshiah

The series contain mostly copies of letters, memos, cables, mission reports signed by Adiseshiah or his Executive Assistants, as well as speeches and addresses delivered by him. Most items are of official character, however some are semi-official or personal. There are a few letters received in the files, however the majority of correspondence is out-going mail. There are also inspection reports and mission reports, documents on the negotiations with the representatives of Member States, as well as discussions with UNESCO representatives, officials and experts in the field. The series is arranged in 11 subseries, however, files are numbered sequentially despite the subseries.

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Documents de travail en tant que Délégué permanent de la France auprès de l’UNESCO

Cette série contient des documents de travail de Jacqueline Baudrier, au sein de l'UNESCO, et des documents généraux sur l'UNESCO et ses activités. Elle est constituée des deux sous-séries suivantes :
-Conférences générales, Conseils exécutifs et Comités
-UNESCO : Conférences, actualités et généralités

Retrait américain et crise de l’UNESCO

Cette série contient des documents de l'UNESCO, des coupures de presse et des correspondances autour de la crise de l'UNESCO. Elle est constituée des deux sous-séries suivantes :
-Commentaires et réactions officiels dont coupures de presse
-Coupures de presse et interventions de Jacqueline Baudrier

Correspondence files

Series consists of correspondence files from the CAME Secretariat which was based at the British Council. The series is arranged into two subseries: CAME Secretariat files (with a British Council filing scheme) and CAME Science Commission files (with a different numeric classification scheme).

Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations

Series consists of files on Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) with whom UNESCO maintains or maintained official relations. It reflects the process of admission to categories of official relations as well as the ongoing activities undertaken in observance of the obligations of such categories. The files contain information on the NGO itself, but not necessarily on projects undertaken jointly with UNESCO. Files are arranged chronologically reflecting different transfers over time, and then roughly alphabetically by the French name of the NGO.

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Division for Human Settlements and the Socio-Cultural Environment files

Series consists of files transferred directly from the Division for Human Settlements and the Socio-Cultural Environment (SHS/ENV) and its successor the Division of Population and Human Settlements (SHS/POP). Files cover programme activities on rural and urban habitat, reconstruction, quality of life and human ecology. Activities include missions, training programmes and division contributions to conferences such as the 1982 World Conference on Cultural Policies (Mondiacult). Files contain general correspondence, internal memoranda and final documents. They are in no particular order.

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UNESCO-produced films

The first documentary films produced by the organisation were published in the 1950s in order to show the activities of the organisation and to promote them to the external public. In 1958 a unit for radio and television production was established and started to broadcast regularly images taken on the occasion of official visits of state presidents, journeys of the Director General, inauguration etc.


Publications authored by the International Commission for the Study of Communication Problems can be found in UNESCO's main documents and publications repository, UNESDOC: LINK (as of June 2023)

LOG-IN courrier originaux

Les dossiers de correspondances originales contiennent l'ensemble des correspondances entre la direction de l'IBI et les entitées et interlocuteurs, qu'ils soient internes ou externes à l'Organisation.

Les correspondances d'avant le 1er octobre 1982 sont manquantes. A partir de cette date, l'ensemble apparait homogène et complet, jusqu'au 29 mars 1988.

LOG-OUT courrier départ

Cette série contient les courriers envoyés, enregistrés par le secrétariat du directeur général.

L'ensemble apparait lacunaire, notamment pour les années antérieurs à 1985 où les dossiers manquent dans leur intégralité. On ne possède qu'un seul dossier de correspondance pour 1983. L'ensemble demeure plus complet à partir de l'année 1985, jusqu'en 1988, avec toutefois des lacunes pour le premier semestre de l'année 1985.

Sessions du Conseil d'administration

Le Conseil d'administration de l'IBI tint 57 sessions ordinaires et 4 sessions extraordinaires. Les dossiers contiennent notamment les décisions du Conseil d'administration, des rapports intermédiaires d'activités sur l'exécution du programme et sur les finances de l'organisation.

On ne dispose des documents relatifs aux sessions du Conseil d'administration qu'à partir de sa 18ème session. Ces lacunes peuvent être compensées en consultant les documents de référence du Cabinet du directeur général de l'IBI, dans la série IBI/5/1/1.

Comité consultatif des programmes et des budgets

Ce comité fut créé par décision du 53ème Conseil d'administration. Il tint sa première séance les 27 et 28 février 1986, à Rome. Son but était d’analyser les propositions du programme d’activité et du budget soumises par le directeur général, pour les années 1987-1988, et d’en donner des recommandations à soumettre au Conseil d'administration. Cette série contient principalement les documents et correspondances échangées par le Comité autour de ses réunions.

Non-governmental Organization publications

Series consists of works compiled and published by non-governmental organizations which were either in receipt of specific funding from UNESCO, as well as those publications from NGOs which had official relations with UNESCO and were exchanging information based on the conditions of this relationship.

Donations, bequests and legacies

Series consists of legal instruments or other documents generated when UNESCO received a donation of property. It does not include instruments related to gifts of art (with the exception of photograph C/9) or smaller regular donations of books, objects and equipment. The files are arranged in order of the reference code given upon registration in the Archives and are, therefore, roughly in chronological order.

Director/ADG CAB chronological files

Files consists of outgoing letters, notes and memoranda signed by the Director or Assistant-Director General of the Office of the Director-General.

Fellowship files

Series consists of fellowship files created by the Division of Training Abroad. It is arranged roughly in chronological order. Files contain applications to the programme and administrative correspondence. They are often very slight (3-5 documents), but can also have final reports and more substantive correspondence.

UNESCO radio programme

The aim of UNESCO radio was to contribute to the understanding of the ideals that the Organization stands for, through discussion of issues in the field of education, science, culture and communication. Around fifteen 30-minute feature programmes were produced each year in at least three official languages of UNESCO, English, French, Spanish or Russian. Their subjects, chosen on the basis of their interest both for UNESCO and the general public, covered a vast field ranging from Aids to astronomy, from biodiversity to bioethics, from street children to indigenous peoples, from the violence of war to the culture of peace.
The recordings were offered on tape or cassette to over 400 national, public and community radios in all parts of the world (257 stations broadcasting in English, 60 in French, 60 in Spanish and 42 in Russian) as well as to international short-wave broadcasters.

Biographical files

Biographical files of staff members, experts, consultants, delegates etc. These biographical information do not claim to be complete in any way. They are more an arbitrary collection, updated on an irregular basis, which might be useful as additional information for researchers.

Comité consultatif scientifique

Le Comité consultatif scientifique fut créé sur décision de la 13ème Assemblée générale. Cette initiative s’inscrivait dans la réflexion de l’Organisation sur sa situation présente et ses perspectives. Le comité consultatif scientifique devait être un organe d’appui du programme de l’IBI, qui devait se réunir tous les deux ans afin d’étudier et de proposer l’état de l’art de la technologie de l’information et de ses utilisations dans le cadre du développement socio-économique et culturel des pays.

Les documents conservés de ce comité sont constitués de correspondances (du 8 janvier au 2 février 1987) du Comité consultatif scientifique (session tenue vraisemblablement les 20 et 21 janvier 1987, au siège de l'IBI, à Rome). Les documents de l'unique réunion tenue par le Comité apparaissent manquants.

Comité de révision de la convention de l'IBI

Le comité de révision agissait comme un organe subsidiaire de l'Assemblée générale, convoqué à chaque révision de la convention de l'Organisation.
Il se réunissait en comité et soumettait ses travaux à l'Assemblée générale pour discussion et approbation des mises à jour de la convention.

Les documents de cette sous-série contiennent notamment des exemplaires des différentes conventions et règlements intérieurs de l'Organisation, depuis sa création.

On ne dispose cependant des documents de travail des comités de révision que pour les années 1980.

IICI Documents

Series consists of official documents of the IICI, the International Museums Office and the International Committee on Intellectual Cooperation. The original order has been maintained; documents are organized roughly in alpha-numeric order or in alphabetical order according to document code.

Instruments signed with organizations, companies and private individuals

The series consists of legal instruments signed between UNESCO and non-governmental organizations, universities, foundations, private companies, or individuals. The series includes state universities and academies, but not research institutes with reporting relations to branches of government. United Nations University (UNU), University for Peace (UPEACE) and World Maritime University (WMU) agreements are filed under series A as they were established by the UN system. All UNESCO Chair agreements are filed in this series, but UNITWIN agreements may be found in series A or B. The Archives staff also used this series at first to register special documents or objects of intrinsic value, such as medals, emblems, speeches, recordings, and stamps. The series further contains subseries of agreements for the safeguarding campaigns. Agreements are arranged in order of the reference code given upon registration in the Archives and are, therefore, roughly in chronological order.

DG chronological files

Series consists of out-going letters, memoranda, telexes and telegrammes signed by the Director-General. They are roughly in chronological order with some later files also being organized by Sector or Department.

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