INTERNATIONAL NGO CONSULTATION
Sunday 27 June 1999 from 09.30 to 13.00
Monday 28 June 1999 from 09.30 to 13.00
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
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-to formulate NGO Collective Recommendations to be submitted to the
Conference. These Recommendations will be taken into consideration during discussions on
the draft Declaration on Science and the Use of Scientific Knowledge and the draft Science
Agenda - Framework for Action.
-in particular, to integrate into the recommendations the results
of joint consultations and other meetings organized within the framework of preparations
for the World Conference on Science.
||Opening by Federico Mayor, Director-General of UNESCO
||Opening remarks by representatives of UNESCO and ICSU
||Introductory presentations by representatives of ISSC and
||Designation of Moderator and Rapporteur and adoption of
||Open discussion on the principal documents of the World
Conference on Science
||Establishment of Drafting Group and adjournment
||Presentation of report by Rapporteur
||Examination and adoption of draft recommendations
NGO-UNESCO Liaison Committee
International Social Science Council
International Council for Philosophy and Humanistic Studies
Third World Academy of Sciences
World Federation of Scientific Workers
All NGOs invited to the World Conference on Science can, if they so
wish, take part in the International Consultation. Registration can be effected at the WCS
Proposals and recommendations
NGOs are encouraged to submit their proposals and recommendations in advance,
addressing them to André Jaeglé, Member of the Preparatory Committee at:
-Women and Science Manifesto of the NGO-UNESCO Collective Consultation
"Women, Girls and Sexual Equality" (French and English).
-Towards a scientific ethic in the face of globalization Appeal of the World
Federation of Scientific Workers (French and English).
-Ethics and Scientific Responsibility of Science WCS background paper issued
by the ICSU Standing Committee on Responsibility and Ethics in Science (SCRES) (English
-Contribution to the World Conference on Science Education International.