CI Commission

12-13 November 2013

CI Commission - Room XII

The CI Commission will consider, among others, item 4.2 relating to Major Programme V (Communication and Information) of the Draft Programme and Budget for 2014-2017. The complete list of items to be examined by the CI Commission during seven debates is available below.

On 13 November, at 2 p.m. the CI Commission will host the launch of the project “Women in African History: An E-Learning Tool.” The project corresponds to the two global priorities of UNESCO – Priority Africa and Gender Equality – and represents a crucial step to expand and disseminate knowledge of the role of women in African history to counter prejudices and stereotypes in the framework of “The Pedagogical use of The General History of Africa.”

Items of the Agenda

4.2       Consideration and adoption of the Draft Programme and Budget for 2014-2017
Part II.A: Major Programme V – Sustaining peace and development through freedom of expression and access to knowledge

5.4       Establishment of category 2 centres under the auspices of UNESCO

5.5       Conclusions of the Youth Forum

5.8       Report on the review of the implementation of the Information for All Programme (IFAP) Strategic Plan (2008-2013)

5.11     Report by the Director-General on the implementation of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) outcomes

5.14     International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) Media and Information Literacy Recommendations

5.18     IFLA Manifesto for libraries serving persons with a printing disability

5.22     Internet related issues: including access to information and knowledge, freedom of expression, privacy and ethical dimensions of the information society

8.2       Preliminary study of the technical, financial and legal aspects relating to the desirability of a standard-setting instrument on preservation and access to documentary heritage

See also

Items on the Agenda

Summaries of debates

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