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Association internationale de sociologie

Subseries contains English and French versions of Statutes and Interim Arrangements documents. For each language version, the two documents are stapled together with a signature page at the end.

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.

Délégations permanentes

Subseries consists of a small amount of notifications or full powers instruments for delegates of the Permanent Delegations to UNESCO.

Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict

The subseries consists of legal instruments and supporting documents exchanged with regard to the Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property, agreed at The Hague, 14 May 1954, and its Final Act and Regulations, as well as its First Protocol (14 May 1954) and Second Protocol (26 March 1999). The subseries is organized by sequence of the registration of the instruments at the UNESCO Archives, and further organized into two subsubseries: A/114/A Convention pour la protection des biens culturels en cas de conflit armé - Réunion des Hautes Parties contractantes, 1ère, Paris, 16-26 juillet 1962 [et le Premier Protocole]; and, A/114/B Second Protocol to the 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict. The logic of this organization was not always strictly followed by Archives staff over time, and so researchers should review the entire subseries for items of interest.

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