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English transcription: Arid Zone Research Centre. This Centre, assisted by UNESCO, is conducting a programme of study and research relating to natural resources of the arid regions of Tunisia as well as undertaking to improve the living conditions of the inhabitants. The Centre has two laboratories, one for plant physiology and another for soil physics, which study the resistance of plants to salt water and their reactions to heat, radiation and drought.
French transcription: Centre de recherches sur la zone aride. Ce Centre, assisté par l’UNESCO, a pour but d'améliorer les régions arides de la Tunisie ainsi que les conditions de vie de ses habitants. Il se compose d’un laboratoire de physiologie des plantes et d’un laboratoire de physique du sol qui étudient la résistance des plantes à l’eau salée et leur réaction à la chaleur, à la radiation et au manque d’eau.
Description: A man in a white coat is working in the laboratory. There is a lot of high white cans linked to an electric device. Others are located on shelves and contain plants.
Location: Tunis.

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

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 .

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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

International Commission for a History of the Scientific and Cultural Development of Mankind

  • Sous-fonds
  • 1944-1974, predominant 1947-1969
  • Fait partie de Secretariat Records

Subfonds contains official and unofficial files, papers, letters, memoranda, manuscripts, maps, illustrations, photographs, etc. of the International Commission for a History of the Scientific and Cultural Development of Mankind as maintained by its Secretariat. The records reflect the preparation, publication, and reception of the six volumes of the History, as well as the publication of the Journal of World History. The original filing plan used by the Secretariat has been respected with only slight modifications. A 1979 accrual which has been added as series 11 is arranged according to filing plan codes where they were used, and then by original order at transfer. Also from the 1979 accrual, a manuscript series has been arranged as series 12. A last series 13 was created for the personal notebooks of the Secretary-General of the Commission, G.S. Métraux. On the file level, most of the items follow a strict chronological order but the copies and drafts have not been completely weeded through. Records date predominantly from 1947 when the General Conference resolved to begin the preparation of the History, to 1969 when the International Commission was dissolved. There are, however, some earlier documents collected by the Secretariat, and some later records added to the files prior to transfer to the Archives.

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