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Financing Agreements with the European Commission and European Union

Subseries consists of financing or grant agreements signed between UNESCO and the European Commission or European Union. In some cases, the European Commission is acting as representative of the European Union. In most cases, the project documents that were originally annexed to the Agreements have been separated from the file.

Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict

The subseries consists of legal instruments and supporting documents exchanged with regard to the Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property, agreed at The Hague, 14 May 1954, and its Final Act and Regulations, as well as its First Protocol (14 May 1954) and Second Protocol (26 March 1999). The subseries is organized by sequence of the registration of the instruments at the UNESCO Archives, and further organized into two subsubseries: A/114/A Convention pour la protection des biens culturels en cas de conflit armé - Réunion des Hautes Parties contractantes, 1ère, Paris, 16-26 juillet 1962 [et le Premier Protocole]; and, A/114/B Second Protocol to the 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict. The logic of this organization was not always strictly followed by Archives staff over time, and so researchers should review the entire subseries for items of interest.

Agreements signed between the IOC and member states, international or multilateral organizations

Subseries consists of agreements signed by UNESCO-IOC with member states, international, regional, or multilateral organizations. Agreements are filed by organization or by member state, with the exception of agreements on the establishment of Programme Offices in member states, which are in separate files. Agreements are also filed separately when they are signed by multiple organizations (ie. an agreements signed by IOC, WMO and ICSU will be in a distinct file rather than being filed under WMO agreements).

Memorandum of Understanding between UNICEF, UNDP, UNESCO, and ILO

Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is a copy of the undated original signed by representatives of all agencies and the UN Resident Coordinator. The MoU appoints the UNESCO Office in Beirut as Managing Agent of the Joint Programme. The Joint Programme Document described in the MoU is not attached.

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