2 edition of Resolutions adopted by the General Conference at its fifteenth session (Paris, 15 October-20 November 1968) found in the catalog.
Resolutions adopted by the General Conference at its fifteenth session (Paris, 15 October-20 November 1968)
Unesco. General Conference
|LC Classifications||AS4.U82 G44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 197 p.|
|Number of Pages||197|
|LC Control Number||72482923|
Resolution No. 1 Resolved: That the ad hoc committee of the International Council of Museums, appointed to review the recommendations prepared by the Secretariat for submission to the Working Party on Museums of the Second Session of the General Conference of UNESCO (as contained in Documents 2C/25, 2C/26, 2C/27, and 2C/28) desires to suggest. 1. Resolution 3. adopted by the General Conference of Unesco at its fourteenth session autho rized the Director-General: "to co-ordinate and secure the international adoption of appropriate principles and scientific, technical and legal criteria for the protection of .
“Resolution 15 adopted by the General Conference at its 31st session”; or “31 C/Resolution 15”. In passing reference: “(31 C/Resolution 15)” or “(31 C/Res. 15)”. 1. Until the 30th session, the records of the General Conference were printed in three volumes: Resolutions (Volume 1); Reports (Volume2); Proceedings (Volume3). of Library Statistics, adopted by the General Conference at its sixteenth session 33 Initial special reports to be submitted to the General Conference at its eighteenth session on the action taken by Member States on the Convention and the Recommendation adopted at.
Guided by precedents adopted by the General Conference since its fourteenth session upon the persistent violation of its resolutions and the violation of the aims stipulated in the Constitution (14C/Resolut 15C/Resolutions and , 16C/Resolution 8 and 17C/Resolution ). Establishment of an Interim Committee of the General Assembly 14 November The problem of the independence of Korea: 17 November Admission of new Members 17 November Relations of Members of the United Nations with Spain: 21 November without vote Report of the Security Council 21 November
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To the elimination of colonialism and racialism: resolutions adopted by the General Conference on 15 November during its fifteenth session (b) Recommendation concerning the Preservation of Cultural Property Endangered by Public or Private Works.
(c) Transfer to UNESCO of the resources and responsibilities of other. Resolutions Adopted by the General Assembly During Its Fourteenth Session, September 15 to Decem [United Nations] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Official Records, Fourteen Session, Supplement No.
groups established by the General Conference at its fifteenth session and modified at its seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth sessions, Decides (a) to add Angola to Group V (b) to add Cape Verde to Group V (c) to add the Comoros to Group V (d) to add Namibia to Group V (e) to add Swaziland to Group V.
The last session of the General Convention was in Austin Texas in July of The next session of the General Convention will meet in Baltimore in The text of concurred resolutions from past General Coventions can be found in The Acts of Convention database at The Archives of. Invites the Director-General to report to the Executive Board at its 92nd session on the implentation of this resolution in order to enable it, should the occasion arise, to consider the necessary.
Resolutions and Decisions are adopted at the United Nations General Assembly by a majority of Member States present and voting. Important questions including recommendations on international peace and security, and the election of members to some United Nations principal organs and budgetary matters, must be decided by a two-thirds majority.
fifteenth session of the General Conference. Adoption of the agenda At its third plenary meeting on 16 Octoberthe General Conference adopted the revised agenda prepared by the Executive Board (doc. 15C/l Rev.).l General Committee On the proposal of the Nominations Committee, the General Conference, at its third plenary meet.
industrial development, adopted by the General Conference of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization at its fifteenth session, held in Lima from 2 to 6 December ,5 in which the General Conference requested the United Nations Industrial Development Organization to assist Member States in achieving enhanced.
Resolutions adopted by the International Labour Conference at its 90th Session (Geneva, June ) I Resolution concerning tripartism and social dialogue 1 The General Conference of the International Labour Organization, Recalling the Constitution of the International Labour Organization, Recalling Conventions Nos.
87, 98, and VI. RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE FORTY-NINTH REGULAR SESSION Resolution Number 1 Special Session of General Conference WHEREAS, the Council of Bishops has called a Special Session of the General Conference for Februaryin St.
Louis, MO. The Constitution of the Church offers that the Special General Conference shall be composed of the. records of general conference eighteenth session paris, 17 october to 23 november volume 1. Resolutions adopted by the International Labour Conference at its 99th Session (Geneva, June ) I Resolution to place on the agenda of the next ordinary session of the Conference an item entitled “Decent work for domestic workers”1 The General Conference of the International Labour Organization, Having adopted the report of the Committee.
Resolutions of the 39th session of the General Conference EN|FR|ES|RU|AR|ZH. The Appropriation Resolution for has been adopted. Click here for the results of the election of Members of the Executive Board.
Download the Results of the election of an External Auditor and the Results of the elections of members of Committees, Commissions and other subsidiary organs established by the.
Resolution 20 adopted by the General Conference of UNESCO at its 31st session Proclamation of World Science Day for Peace and Development1 The General Conference, Having examined document 31 C/56, Considering that science affects peace and development, and must be used for peaceful and sustainable societies.
to mention that the General Conference at its fif- teenth session had adopted resolution 8 in which it was stated that UNESCO was more than ever aware that the bastions of peace must be built in. The Conference will thus have before it decisions IDB/Dec, IDB/Dec, IDB/Dec.7 and IDB/Dec.8 adopted by the Board on the subject at its fifteenth and seventeenth sessions and a note by the Director-General on developments that have taken place since the sixth session of the Conference.
implementation of the resolutions adopted at the twenty-fourth session of the Caribbean Development and Cooperation Committee and the recommendations of the fifteenth meeting of the Monitoring Committee and of the Caribbean Development Roundtable.
At its fifteenth session, in decision IDB/Dec.3 on implementation of the programme and budgets,the Board decided "to review the provisions of financial regulations relating to the budgeting process with a view to assuring the necessary flexibility, by recommending, when necesssary, to the General Conference the amendment of those provisions in order to facilitate the adoption.
on 12 Octoberalso adopted the following resolution: The General Conference, Recalling the recommendation of the General Assembly of the United Nations, adopted at its fifth regular session on 14 Decemberthat the attitude adopted by the General Assembly.
Resolutions and Decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 55th session: GAOR, 55th Session, Supplement No. Volume I: Resolutions, 5 September – 23 December A/55/49 (Vol.I) + Corr.1 Volume II: Decisions, 5 September – 23 December A/55/49 () + Corr.3 Volume III: Resolutions and Decisions, 24 December – 10 September A/55/49 () + Corr.1Author: Joëlle Sciboz.
1. At its twelfth session, inthe General Conference adopted resolution authorizing the Director-General inter alia: "(e) to resume J in the spirit of resolution adopted by the General Conference at its third session inthe study of measures for the preservation of monuments of.
U.S. annual conference season is bringing around formal resolutions against the Traditional Plan that have been put forth in ad hoc forms since the General Conference in February.
Great Plains Annual Conference (Kansas and Nebraska) adopted a resolution to “condemn, reject, and resist” the Traditional Plan.In resolution adopted at its fifteenth session, the General Conference deemed it desirable that an international instrument be drawn up for the standardization of statistics relating to libraries, in the form of a recommendation to Member States.