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Secretariat Records Série organique
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Accords signés avec les états membres

La série renferme essentiellement des instruments juridiques signés entre l’UNESCO et les états membres, y compris les agences et les agences publiques. Les instruments comprennent les accords de coopération, les accords de siège, les accords fonds-en-dépôt, et les plans d’opération. De plus, la série se compose des accords signés entre l’UNESCO et les organisations internationales, multilatérales, ou régionales, ainsi que les conventions et les recommandations multilatérales adoptées par la Conférence générale ou par une conférence intergouvernementale qui a désigné l’UNESCO comme dépositaire. Les accords avec l’Université des Nations Unies (UNU), l’Université pour la Paix (UPEACE), et l’Université maritime mondiale (UMM) se trouvent dans cette série. Cependant, les accords avec d’autres universités, y compris les universités publiques, se trouvent dans la série B. Les instruments sur les réseaux UNITWIN pourraient être classés dans les deux séries, selon les signataires. Les instruments sont classés selon les cotes de référence assignées lors leur réception aux Archives, ce qui implique que l’ordre est grossièrement chronologique.

Instruments signés avec les organisations, les entreprises ou les personnes privées

La série renferme des instruments juridiques signés entre l’UNESCO et les organisations non-gouvernementales, les universités, les fondations, les entreprises, et les personnes privées. La série comprend les accords avec les universités et les académies publiques, mais pas des instituts de recherche pour lesquels une branche de gouvernement exerce un contrôle. Les accords avec l’Université des Nations Unies (UNU), l’Université pour la Paix (UPEACE), et l’Université maritime mondiale (UMM) se trouvent dans la série A car ils ont été créés par une agence de l’ONU. Les accords qui établissent les Chaires UNESCO se trouvent dans cette série ; toutefois, les instruments sur les réseaux UNITWIN pourraient être classés dans les deux séries, selon les signataires. De plus, les archivistes ont utilisé cette série aussi pour enregistrer les documents spéciaux ou bien les objets avec une valeur intrinsèque, tel que les médailles, les emblèmes, les discours, les enregistrements, et la philatélie. La série comprend également des sous-séries sur les campagnes internationales de sauvegarde. Les instruments sont classés selon les cotes de référence assignées lors leur réception aux Archives, ce qui implique que l’ordre est grossièrement chronologique.

Dons, legs et testaments

La série renferme des instruments juridiques et d’autres documents créés suite à la réception d’une donation d’un bien. Elle ne comprend pas d’instruments liés aux dons des œuvres d’art (avec l’exception de la photographie C/9) ou de petits dons d’équipement. Les instruments sont classés selon les cotes de référence assignées lors leur réception aux Archives, ce qui implique que l’ordre est grossièrement chronologique.

First series

281.32 linear metres of textual records

ODG Subject Files

Series consists of subject files of the Director-General on diverse matters. The first transfer dates from the tenure of René Maheu, however, records in some files date from before this time. Each transfer is arranged in rough alphabetical order and thus the series as a whole is arranged in a repeating alphabetical order. In general, the files were transferred at the end of a Director-General's term in office. Files contain correspondence, speeches, reports, and handwritten notes.

Hammarskjold Commission files

Series consists of ODG files on the Hammarskjold Commission - an independent body commissioned to advise the Director-General on ways and means of improving staff efficiency and management in the UNESCO Secretariat. The files are in original 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).

Department/Sectors files

  • FR PUNES AG 8-SEC-CAB-5
  • Série organique
  • 1962-1974, 2002-2009
  • Fait partie de Secretariat Records

Series consists of files on departments and sectors of UNESCO as created during the tenure of Directors-General Maheu and Matsuura. Files primarily contain memoranda exchanged between the Director-General and the Assistant Director-General or Director of the unit concerned. Files are arranged in rough alphabetical order by unit acronym.

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.

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.

Archives du Directeur général adjoint 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.

Adiseshiah, Malcolm S.

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.

Relations avec les Organisations Non Gouvernementales

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.

UNESCO. Section for Non-Governmental Organizations

Division for Freedom of Expression, Democracy and Peace

The Sub-fonds includes the records of the Division of Freedom of Expression, Democracy and Peace and its antecessors, part of the Information and Communication Sector of UNESCO, of all projects and programmes of CI/FED and of the numerous committees, boards, and commissions related to CI/FED whose records were/are the responsibility of UNESCO.

CIHDSCH 2 Manuscripts

Series consists of typed or mimeographed manuscripts that, for the most part, have no annotations. They are arranged in order of volume and chapters.

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.

UNESCO. Division des établissements humains et de l'environnement socioculturel

Division of Human Rights and Peace Files

Series consists of the files of the SHS Division of Human Rights and Peace (HRS) as well as some files from its successor unit. The files date from the creation of HRS to the mid-1990s. The files cover programme activities such as the production of publications and studies, the organization of meetings, and the coordination of the UNESCO Prize for Peace Education. There are also two specific subseries: a subseries of correspondence files (COR) organized by year or by staff member; and a subseries of files (PP) on the UNESCO Prize for Peace Education .

UNESCO. Division of Human Rights and Peace

UNESCO Peace Games files

  • FR PUNES AG 8-SEC-SHS-JP
  • Série organique
  • 1986-1999, predominant 1994-1997
  • Fait partie de Secretariat Records

Series consists of files related to the 1995 and 1996 UNESCO Peace Games. Documents date from the early conception and development of the games, and include research related to youth and the theme of peace; correspondence related to potential sponsorships; day-to-day correspondence; correspondence with Director-General Federico Mayor as well as delegates from Member States; an evaluation of the feasibility and success of the games; press and media coverage files; and three-dimensional souvenir objects or gifts from or related to the games. The series is arranged in four subseries, however, files are numbered sequentially despite the subseries.

Jeux de la paix de l’UNESCO

Population Division Files

Series consists of files from the Population Division (SHS/POP) and the Division of Population and Human Settlements (SHS/POP). The files mostly pertain to programme activities in the fields of urbanization, architecture, family planning and population. Activities include the execution of UNFPA and Participation Programme projects, as well as information dissemination and training. Files are in no particular order.

UNESCO. Division de la population

Information Society Division Files

The series includes the records of the Information Society Division (CI/INF). Files include records on the Division's projects and programmes, and on the work of numerous related committees, boards, and commissions.