- 1957-2004 (Creation)
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1.40 linear meters of textual material
Following his will, Dragolub Najman’s personal papers have been transferred by his widow to the President of the Association of Formers UNESCO Staff (AFUS), Mr. Georges Kutukdjianin, in 2008.
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This collection mostly deals with the United States of America's withdrawal from UNESCO in 1984 as well as its consequences on the management of the UNESCO until 2004.
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For access to these private papers, please contact the Association of former UNESCO staff members (AFUS), who can gain access to them:
1, rue Miollis
Bureau 7B 3.07
75732 Paris Cedex 15 / France
Phone: 01 45 68 46 53
Fax: 01 45 68 57 79
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Paper copies, printed documents and press papers.
Inventory and ISAD(G) notice in printed version are accessible at the Association of the former UNESCO staff members (AFUS) as well as at the UNESCO Archives.
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These records are not preserved in the UNESCO Archives themselves, but kept by the Association of former UNESCO staff members (AFUS).
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Created by Roland Kiper, Feb 2010
Informations about Dragoljub Najman sent by the Permanent Delegation of the Republic of Serbia to UNESCO.
HENQUET Pierre, ZYSS Witold, Dragoljub Najman, in Lien-Link, Revue de l’Association des Anciens Fonctionnaires de l’UNESCO, Bulletin n° 101, Janvier-mars 2008.
UNESCO, Lists of Secretariat members, 1957-1986.