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United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization

Also called UNESCO. An organization within the United Nations that promotes greater respect for the rule of law, freedom of the press, freedom of speech and other areas. UNESCO fosters scientific development through education and the administration of several institutes of learning. It was created in 1945 and is based in Paris.
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The Minister expressed particular satisfaction with Bosnia and Herzegovina being accepted as a member of the World Heritage Committee, as well as Haggadah's entry into the UNESCO Memory of the World Register.
Kemelova noted the importance of UNESCO's assistance to Kyrgyzstan, positively assessed the long-term cooperation and expressed hope for strengthening of further cooperation between the Kyrgyz Republic and UNESCO.
Then, the views on the current situation and prospects for cooperation in the cultural, scientific, educational, information spheres, multiculturalism, gender equality between Azerbaijan and UNESCO were exchanged.
The 7th March speech of Bangabandhu has been included in the Memory of the World International Register, a list of world's important documentary heritage maintained by the UNESCO.
Even the "legitimate" activities of UNESCO under Bokova's leadership have drawn fierce criticism from defenders of liberty, national sovereignty, common sense, education, science, culture, Christianity, biology, and more.
UNESCO stands for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisationai.
Former President Ronald Regan withdrew the country from UNESCO in 1984, claiming it was biased in favour of the Soviet Union.
concerns with mounting arrears at UNESCO the need for fundamental reform in the organization and continuing anti-Israel via at UNESCO," read a statement from the State Department.
Announcing the suspension of ties, Education Minister Naftali Bennett, who serves as president of Israel's National Commission for UNESCO, cited the U.
PARyS (CyHAN)- The UNESCO has urged that strong decisions addressing climate change have to be made after negotiations and also that these decisions have to be implemented.
COMSATS and UNESCO have signed an MoU for collaboration on SandT capacity-building programmes in the COMSATS' Centres of Excellence.