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Protocol Instituting a Conciliation and Good Offices Commission to be Responsible for Seeking the Settlement of any Disputes which may Arise between States Parties to the Convention against Discrimination in Education. Paris, 10 December 1962.1

States Date of deposit of instrument Type of instrument
1Denmark04/10/1963Ratification
2United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland08/01/1964Acceptance
3France24/04/1964Ratification
4Philippines19/11/1964Acceptance
5Madagascar21/12/1964Ratification
6Malta05/01/1966Notification of succession
7Netherlands25/03/1966Ratification
8Italy06/10/1966Ratification
9Panama10/08/1967Acceptance
10Israel13/09/1967Ratification
11Viet Nam212/06/1968Ratification
12Niger16/07/1968Acceptance
13Germany17/07/1968Ratification
14Argentina17/07/1968Ratification
15Senegal24/07/1968Ratification
16Morocco30/08/1968Acceptance
17Uganda09/09/1968Acceptance
18Norway19/09/1968Acceptance
19Costa Rica11/12/1969Ratification
20Cyprus09/06/1970Acceptance
21Libya09/01/1973Ratification
22Egypt05/08/1974Acceptance
23Australia22/08/1974Ratification
24Portugal11/01/1982Ratification
25Solomon Islands19/03/1982Notification of succession
26Guatemala04/02/1983Ratification
27Dominica14/03/1983Notification of succession
28Saint Vincent and the Grenadines22/01/1985Notification of succession
29Brunei Darusalaam25/01/1985Notification of succession
30Spain26/06/1992Acceptance
31Jordan18/12/1995Acceptance
32Côte d'Ivoire24/11/1999Acceptance
33South Africa09/03/2000Ratification
34Cuba13/09/2007Ratification
35Togo03/04/2012Ratification
36Benin01/03/2017Ratification
37Armenia11/12/2017Ratification

1This Protocol entered into force on 24 October 1968. It subsequently entered into force for each State three months after the date of deposit of that State’s instrument, except in cases of notifications of succession, where the entry into force occurred on the date on which the State assumed responsibility for conducting its international relations.

2The Democratic Republic of Viet Nam and the Republic of South Viet Nam (the latter having replaced the Republic of Viet Nam) united on 2 July 1976 to form a new State, the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam (Viet Nam). At the time of writing, the Government of Viet Nam had not yet made known its position regarding any succession.


   

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