Conventions, Recommendations, Declarations and Charters Adopted by UNESCO (1948 - 2006), Volume II
Editor: UNESCO
Standard-setting represents one of the main constitutional functions of UNESCO and an important tool for realizing the goals for which the Organization was created. In addition to conventions and recommendations, the declarations adopted by the General Conference promulgate principles and norms intended to inspire the action of Member States in specific fields of activity.
This second of a two-volume work on Standard-Setting in UNESCO collects the complete texts of all UNESCO instruments. Part I of Conventions, Recommendations, Declarations and Charters adopted by UNESCO (1948-2006) contains conventions and agreements adopted by the General Conference and by intergovernmental conferences convened by UNESCO itself or jointly by UNESCO and other international organizations. Part II includes the recommendations issued by the General Conference, while Part III features all UNESCO declarations.

Conventions, Recommandations, Déclarations et Chartes adoptées par l'UNESCO (1948 - 2006) - Volume II
Editor: UNESCO
L’élaboration de règles internationales est l’une des principales fonctions de l’UNESCO. C’est en même temps un outil important pour la réalisation des buts de l’Organisation pour lesquels elle a été créée.Outre les conventions et les recommandations, les déclarations adoptées par la Conférence générale promulguent un ensemble de principes et de normes qui doivent guider l’action des États membres dans un domaine d’activité précis.
Ce deuxième volume de cet ouvrage en deux tomes sur l’action normative de l’UNESCO contient la version intégrale des instruments normatifs adoptés à ce jour par l’Organisation. La première partie de Conventions, Recommandations, Déclarations et Chartres adoptées par l’UNESCO (1948–2006) contient les conventions et accords adoptés soit par la Conférence générale soit par des conferences intergouvernementales convoquées par l’UNESCO seule ou conjointement avec d’autres organizations internationales. La deuxième partie regroupe toutes les recommandations adoptées par la Conférence générale et la troisième partie toutes les déclarations.

Author: Sean Goggin

I. Introduction Established in 1945, UNESCO’s genesis was as an independent specialised United Nations agency. It was formed with a mission to “contribute to peace and security by promoting collaboration among nations through education, science and culture”. 1 The organisation’s Constitution

In: International Organizations Law Review
Author: Dimitri Spivak

The importance of intercultural contact and cooperation was emphasized in the preamble to the initial Constitution of unesco (1945), postulating that … a peace based exclusively upon the political and economic arrangements of governments would not be a peace which could secure the unanimous

In: Culture and Dialogue

strictly monetary need that UNESCO was to relieve; but the sheer amount of poems translated, the existence of manuscript notes in preparation for some of them, and the inclusion of these translations in Seán Lawlor and John Pilling’s edition of The Collected Poems of Samuel Beckett (Beckett 2012, 150

In: Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd'hui
Author: UNESCO
Commissioned by UNESCO from the Henry Dunant Institute, this volume of essays lays the foundation for an international programme for the teaching of international humanitarian law within the framework of UNESCO's plan for the development of the teaching of human rights. Parts I and II deal with the development of humanitarian ideas and law within different schools of thought and cultural traditions; Part III with the law of armed conflict and Part IV with the application of international humanitarian law.
It is hoped that the publication of this volume, which, in its original French edition, coincided with the 40th Anniversary of UNESCO and the International Year of Peace proclaimed in 1986 by the UN General Assembly, will reinforce the determination of the international community to achieve the aim of the founders of UNESCO, namely to construct the defences of peace in the minds of men.