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Commission nationale de Roumanie pour l'UNESCO
General Information
English NameRomanian National Commission for UNESCO
French NameCommission nationale de Roumanie pour l'UNESCO
Address

Anton CEHOV str., no. 8
Sector 1
011998 BUCHAREST
Romania

Phone+40 212313224
+40 212311333
Fax+40 212307636
E-mailcnr@cnr-unesco.ro; sg@cnr-unesco.ro(SG)
National Commissions Web site on unesco.orghttp://cnr-unesco.ro
Correspondence LanguageFRANÇAIS
Office Holders
NameMs. Cristina Monica Anisie
StartedNovember 2019
Government PostMinister of Education

NameMs Daniela Zaharia
TitleSecretary-General
StartedJanuary 2020

Description
Date and Method of Creation1956
StatusGovernmental (1 Ministry)
Legislation DatesThe judicial text was accepted15/08/1995 and last revised
LegislationSelon les dernieres informations recues par le Secretariat de l'UNESCO (mai 2001), la Commission nationale se trouve dans un processus de restructuration.
Documentation CentreThe Commission has its own web site, containing information both in English and Romanian.
Structure of the CommissionThe National Commission consists of the following bodies:
- The General Assembly
- The Executive Committee, composed of the Secretary-General, the Chairpersons of the five Sub-Committees, and three leading experts in science and culture.
- Five Sub-Committees corresponding to the major program areas of UNESCO, namely: (1) Education; (2) Sciences; (3) Culture; (4) Communication-Information; and (5) Transdisciplinary Programs - Cross Cutting Themes
- The Secretariat
Members/CompositionThe National Commission is composed of 45 members representing the Ministry of Education, Research and Youth, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Culture, the Romanian Academy of Sciences, the Ministry of Water, Forest and Environmental Protection, and other institutions and creative arts unions. The Commission meets in Plenary at least once a year.
Executive CommitteeLe Comité directeur a des réunions semestrielles.
General AssemblyLes membres de l'Assemblée générale se reunissent une fois par an.
Committees or Sub-CommitteesFive Sub-Committees corresponding to the major program areas of UNESCO, namely: (1) Education; (2) Sciences; (3) Culture; (4) Communication-Information; and (5) Transdisciplinary Programs - Cross Cutting Themes
Interaction with UNESCO and National Commissions
OverviewThe National Commission maintains sound working relations with all other National Commissions.