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Instruments signed with Member States

Series primarily consists of legal instruments signed between UNESCO and member states, including state agencies and corporations. Instruments include co-operation agreements, host-country agreements, funds-in-trust agreements and plans of operation. UNESCO agreements signed with local governments are also filed in this series. The series also contains agreements signed between UNESCO and international, regional or other multilateral organizations as well as all multilateral conventions and recommendations adopted by the General Conference or other intergovernmental conferences which designated UNESCO as a depository. United Nations University (UNU), University for Peace (UPEACE) and World Maritime University (WMU) agreements are filed in this series, but other agreements signed with universities, including state universities, can be found in series B. UNITWIN agreements may be filed in this series or series B. Instruments are given a reference code and registered upon receipt in the Archives and are therefore in rough chronological order.

Application of UNESCO's Constitution to "Land Berlin"

File contains original telegram from Foreign Office informing the Director-General that on 11 July 1951 the Constitution was signed and the Instrument of Acceptance was deposited by the Federal Republic of Germany. It also contains copies of letters exchanged in 1964 regarding the application of the Constitution to "Land Berlin."

Member State Ratification documents of the UNESCO Constitution

This series consists of digitized copies of official documents of adherence to the UNESCO Constitution by UNESCO Member States, known as ratification instruments, dating from the establishment of the Organization in 1945 up to the most recent ratifications. The original documents are physically held in the UK National Archives in Kew.

Since the establishment of UNESCO on 16 November 1945 during the Conference for the Establishment of UNESCO, held at the Institute of Civil Engineers in London, UNESCO’s original Constitution, along with every formal acceptance of the Constitution by Member States, have been deposited in the UK Foreign Office. The documents are transferred by the UK Foreign Office in London to the UK National Archives in Kew, which currently still holds them. UNESCO in Paris is notified by the UK Foreign Office of the deposit of each ratification document.

From 2020 to 2021, to mark UNESCO’s 75th anniversary, the UK National Commission for UNESCO, the UK Permanent Delegation to UNESCO, the UK Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, and the UNESCO Archives worked with the UK National Archives to digitize each UNESCO Member State ratification instrument. The digitization of the documents was funded by the UK Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.

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