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United Nations Technical Assistance Conferences

Subseries contains certified true copies of the final acts from the United Nations Technical Assistance Conferences from 1950 to 1955. Although a code was left blank (A/34/5) there are notes in the file indicating that UNESCO did not receive a copy from the fifth conference which took place in 1954. Filed in the acts are letters from the UN Legal Counsel indicating that they are transmitting certified true copies.

Assistance technique - Caméroun

The legal instruments in this subseries follow upon the Basic agreement between the UNO, ILO, FAO, UNESCO, ICAO, WHO, TAB and the Government of the United Kingdom (A/125/1) signed 25 June 1951.

Documentation files

La sous-série des dossiers thématiques est constituée de dossiers par thème regroupant des articles ou coupures de presse relatives à un un sujet donné. Il y a également des publications sur des thèmes divers concernant l'informatique. Les dossiers sont classés par code alphanumérique (code du centre de documentation). Plusieurs dossiers et pièces manquant une code se trouvent au fin de la sous-série - ils sont classés par ordre alphabétique.

History of the IBI

Subseries consists of a box of material marked "Histoire de l'IBI." It contains different types of documents relating to the creation of the IBI (starting in 1951), the Constitution Committee, and the provisional International Computation Centre. Copies of the legal agreements with the Italian government (headquarters agreement, official journal, decree, etc) are also in the files. In addition to this, there are also copies of memoranda reviewing the situation of the Organization and its future prospects. There is also a paper by the 'DEA' which documents the history of the organization from its creation through to the 1980s.

Governmental organization files

The subseries consists of files on international, regional and national governmental organizations that had official relations or some sort of exchange with the IBI. Most files are relatively thin, with the exception of the following: relations with UNESCO (IBI/6/1/1/34) and relations with UNCTAD (IBI/6/1/1/32). The files appear to be complete although it is likely, as with other series, that there are gaps in the correspondence for years prior to 1980.

Sound records of conferences and meetings

These sound records contain mostly floor recordings of conferences and other events, speeches of the Director General and other important persons and systematic recordings of all meetings of the General Conference and the Executive Board.

Speeches of the Director General

This collection contains speeches and addresses of the Director General of UNESCO reproduced as Secretariat documents. There are also speeches as manuscripts, appeals and messages, some interventions and statements in meetings, also occasional interviews, in general, texts delivered or intended to be delivered orally.

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.

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.

Day books

Subseries consists of ‘day book’ files documenting daily work surrounding the Peace Games. Documents include memos; evaluations of the games; correspondence with officials from Permanent Delegations, participating countries and also potential sponsors; and financial documents. The files are arranged by year but the are not necessarily in chronological order, and there is some duplication with other series.

Preliminary concept and development phase

Subseries consists of files related to the conception and early development of the Peace Games. These include correspondence and documentation of initiatives related to the themes of youth and peace undertaken by Member States, and financing opportunities (sponsorships and partnerships).

Agreements between IOC and organizations, companies and private individuals

Subseries consists of agreements signed between UNESCO-IOC and non-governmental organizations, universities, foundations, private companies and individuals. All UNESCO Chair agreements are filed in this sub-series. The agreements are arranged by the reference code given upon transfer to Archives, meaning that the subseries is in roughly chronological order.

Prize for Peace Education files

Subseries consists of files documenting activities for the UNESCO Prize for Peace Education. They are arranged in chronological order.

Correspondence files

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

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