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Secretariat Records Sous-série organique Anglais
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UNESCO Relations with the Countries of the World

Series consists of official correspondence with member states, associate member states, non-members and territories. Beyond the official correspondence, the files for any country can be further broken down into the following files: D - relations with the Permanent Delegation; F - financial contributions; SF - Special Fund; TA - Technical Assistance; UNDP - UNDP projects/programming; A 118 - Funds-in-trust; A 562 - Briefings for the Director-General; AMS - Aid to member states (participation programme); AR - annual reports; Club - UNESCO clubs or local groups; NC - relations with the National Commission; and, NLM - national liberation movements.

Correspondence files

  • FR PUNES AG 8-SEC-SHS-HRS-COR
  • Sous-série organique
  • 1981-1995
  • Fait partie de Secretariat Records

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

Elections de Directeurs généraux de l'UNESCO

Subseries consists of verbatim records, draft documents, telegrammes, letters and one recording of the private meetings of the General Conference during the vote for General-Director.

Prize for Peace Education files

  • FR PUNES AG 8-SEC-SHS-HRS-PP
  • Sous-série organique
  • 1980-1991
  • Fait partie de Secretariat Records

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

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.

Preliminary concept and development phase

  • FR PUNES AG 8-SEC-SHS-JP-1
  • Sous-série organique
  • 1986, 1988, 1992, 1993-1996
  • Fait partie de Secretariat Records

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).

Day books

  • FR PUNES AG 8-SEC-SHS-JP-2
  • Sous-série organique
  • 1994-1997
  • Fait partie de Secretariat Records

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.

Organization of the games

  • FR PUNES AG 8-SEC-SHS-JP-3
  • Sous-série organique
  • 1989-1999, predominant 1994-1997
  • Fait partie de 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

  • FR PUNES AG 8-SEC-SHS-JP-4
  • Sous-série organique
  • 1991, 1994-1997
  • Fait partie de Secretariat Records

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.

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.

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.

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