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United Kingdom - Ratifications and Declarations - Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict; 1954 Protocol and Second Protocol for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict (1954, 1999)

Includes:

  • Cover letter;
  • Instrument of Ratification, Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict with Regulations for the Execution of the Convention;
  • Instrument of Ratification, 1954 Protocol to the Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict;
  • Instrument of Ratification, Second Protocol to the Hague Convention of 1954 for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict 1999;
  • Statement of Declarations, Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict, 1954 Protocol, Second Protocol to the Convention.

All four instruments above are signed by H.M. Queen Elizabeth the Second.

Plan d'opération entre l'UNESCO et le Gouvernement de Madagascar

Le présent plan d'opération est établi en vertu d'un accord entre l'UNESCO et l'Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (OIF) pour l'éxécution du "Programme conjoint, Madagascar/système des Nations Unies pour la promotion de l'éducation de base pour tous les enfants malgaches" ; en particulier le project intitulé Contribution II de la francophonie au programme conjoint "Appui à la Promotion de l'Education pour tous, Volet Education Non formelle" Année 2006.

La description du projet est mentionnée en annexe mais est absente.

Specific Funds-in-Trust Project Agreement between UNESCO and Sweden, represented by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida)

The agreement takes place within a Framework Agreement (2014) and is intended to support UNESCO's project "Strengthening Sciences, Technology and Innovation (STI) Systems in Africa." The project outline document, including a Result Assessment Framework, a budget and a workplan, are annexed.

Funds-in-Trust - Saudi Arabia : Executive Programme Framework Agreement for the Establishment of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Funds-in-Trust at UNESCO to support the protection and promotion of Culture and Heritage

This agreement takes place in line with a Memorandum of Understanding signed on 2019 to strengthen the cooperation of the Parties in the field of culture and cultural Heritage, and with the National Cultural Strategy launched in 2019 for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It contains two annexes, including a programme outline for "Culture and Digital Technologies: an opportunity for sustainable development." in both Arabic and English).

Funds-in-Trust - Oman

Subsubseries contains FIT agreements for the Sultanate of Oman as a recipient country.

Funds-in-Trust agreement between UNESCO and the Ministry of the Environment and Land and Sea Protection of the Italian Republic, to support the "UNESCO international environmental experts network" Programme.

This agreement takes place within the Multi-Partner Trust Fund in support of "UNESCO international environmental experts network" Programme (2020-2023). The Programme Outline is mentioned as annex but absent ; a schedule of payments is attached as annex.

Protocol on Amendment to the "Framework agreement between UNESCO and the Government of the Republic of Azerbaijan for cooperation in the areas of education, sciences, culture and communication" signed on 18 July 2013

With this amendment, the Parties agree to modify some articles of the Framework Agreement signed on 18 July 2013, after deciding to extend the Framework Agreement until 24 September 2023. This amendment is available in two version (English and Azerbaijani).

Funds-in-Trust - Denmark : Model Funds-in-Trust project agreement between UNESCO and the Kingdom of Denmark for the project "Enhancing the Safety of Journalists in Africa and the Arab Region"

This Funds-in-Trust agreement is signed with UNESCO by the Permanent Delegation of the kingdom of Denmark to UNESCO and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark. It contains three annexes, including a Project Document.

Memorandum of Understanding between UNESCO and the Government of the Republic of Honduras, during the visit of the General Director of UNESCO in Honduras

This understanding, signed on the occasion of the official visit of the general director of UNESCO in Honduras from 18 to 20 April 1999, is intended to strengthen their cooperation. It sets out the list of UNESCO's projects and activities in Honduras, including a contribution to support the transformation of the National Education of Honduras.

Arrangement (based on a general arrangement) between the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands and UNESCO, for supporting the Li Beirut Initiative.

This arrangement takes place in line with the General Arrangement concluded on 18 Maarch 1994 between the Parties and with an Amendment on 25 February 2008. The Netherlands' financial contribution is intended to support the Li Beirut Initiative, in particular the project entitled "Supporting Access to Reliable Information during Elections in Lebanon". Among the three annexes, is attached a presentation document of this project.

Arrangements (based on a general arrangement) between the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands and UNESCO, for supporting UNESCO's International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC)

This file contents two arrangements, concerning two contributions from the Netherlands for the UNESCO's IPDC Programme. These arrangements take place in line with the General Arrangement concluded on 18 Maarch 1994 between the Parties and with an Amendment on 25 February 2008. Each arrangement includes three annexes.

Arrangement (based on a general arrangement) between the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands and UNESCO, to support the Multi-Donor Programme on Freedom of Expression and Safety of Journalists.

This arrangement takes place in line with the General Arrangement concluded on 18 Maarch 1994 between the Parties and with an Amendment on 25 February 2008. Its contents seven annexes, including a presentation document of this Multi Donor Programme's Strategy.

Memorandum of Understanding between UNESCO and the Generalitat of Catalonia in the fields of Education, Sciences, Culture, and Communication and Information

This memorandum takes place in line with the memorandum signed on 3rd June 2013, to promote collaboration between the Parties in the fields of education, sciences, culture, communication and information, considering the autonomy of Catalonia within the Kingdom of Spain.

Arrangement between UNESCO and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea (ROK) on the third amendment of the Memorandum of Understanding on the Framework of Voluntary Contribution

This agreement is concluded on behalf of donating government ministries and other institutions, according to the UN General Assembly Resolution 72/279 of May 2018 introducing a one percent coordination levy on one-core contributions provided by Member-States in order to support UN development, accepted by Korea in a Memorandum of Understanding on the Framework of her Volontary Contribution, signed in 2015. Content 3 Annexes, including a template for mutually determined Funds-in-Trust Projects letter by the ROK Donors providing financial contributions to UNESCO.

Instrument of Ratification - Agreement between UNESCO and the Government of the Republic of El Salvador, concerning the creation of a UNESCO Office in El Salvador

Contains original Instrument of ratification by El Salvador (31 March 2000) and transmittal letter (2 May 2000). Includes photocopy of original agreement for the creation of a UNESCO Office in San Salvador for the programme "Culture of peace" (see LEG-A-807).

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.

Agreement between UNESCO and the Government of Finland in the Field of Development Cooperation

This agreement supports for the period 2012-2013 the activities of: Capacity Development for Education for All (CapEFA), the International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP), the Institute for Statistics (UIS), the International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC) and the Education for All Global Monitoring Report (EFA GMR).

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.

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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