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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.

Unesco Bulletin

Subseries consists of bulletins issued by the Preparatory Commission to inform a general public of news on the Organization's activities. The bulletins are arranged in chronological order based on their issue number.

UNRRA - Unesco Sub-Committee documents and meetings

Subseries consists of documents issued by the Preparatory Commission's UNRRA and Unesco Sub-Committee, as well as the summary record of the Sub-Committee meeting held 25 March 1946. The documents and meeting record have the code Prep.Com./Tech.Sub-Com./UNRRA Sub-Com./. The subseries is arranged by document code with the meeting record following the documents.

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.

UNESCO Courier

The original UNESCO Courier was a monthly printed magazine published between 1947 to 2001. It was published in more than thirty languages including braille. The magazine is written journalistically and each issue looks into a single subject from different angles. From 2002 to 2005 the UNESCO Courier was followed by the New Courier, published in three languages.

The fond includes all exemplars of

  • The UNESCO Courier (published from 1948 - 2001) and
  • The The New Courier (published from May 2002 - November 2005).
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