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- AG 14-2--NAJMAN/3/1
- AG 14-2--NAJMAN/3/2
- AG 14-2--NAJMAN/3/4
- AG 14-2--NAJMAN/6/2
- AG 14-2--NAJMAN/8/2
- 8 April 2004
Correspondence from the Ambassador of the United Kingdom TJ Craddock to the Director General Koïshiro Matsuura on "UNESCO's work in support of education for all" and comments on this correspondence.
- AG 14-2--NAJMAN/8/4
- AG 14-2--NAJMAN/8/5
- 13th March 1972
Memo from the Director of the Division of Educational Structures and Teacher Training, EDS, Dragoljub Najman to the Director-General of UNESCO on the subject: "Your mission to Japan".
- 24th october 1957
Copy of a correspondance from Jean Thomas to Picasso confirming him the asking of the Organization for its decoration as well as Picasso's fees for this work.
- 1949 - 1952
- Short bibliography on Social Studies (1973)
- French Bibliography on technology for Education (1972)
- Bibliography on Educational Anthropology, Cultural Change and Development
- Bibliography of planning and financing of education (1975)
- Bibliography on the development of education in Angola, Guinea and Mozambique (1975)
- List of periodicals and addresses for Adult Education (1974)
- 1rst September 2000
Memo From Dragoljub Najman to the Director-General Koïshiro Matsuura on the relations between the United States of America and the UNESCO.
- 1949 - 1952
Copies of the Papers of Philip Quincy Wright.
The papers contain the following documents written probably between 1949 and 1952, for the Director General of UNESCO:
- Memorandum on proposed reorientation of the programme of UNESCO (1950)
- Memorandum on a practical analysis of the scope and methods of UNESCO (1950)
- A Juridical Analysis of the Scope and Method of UNESCO
- The role of the Social Sciences in UNESCO
- UNESCO's programme for 1951
Wright, Philip Quincy
- 1950 - 1995
Biographical files of staff members, experts, consultants, delegates etc. These biographical information do not claim to be complete in any way. They are more an arbitrary collection, updated on an irregular basis, which might be useful as additional information for researchers.