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FORUM III

Plenary Sessions Addresses

World Conference on Science in Budapest

AFRICA   /   ARAB STATES    /   ASIA & PACIFIC  /  EUROPE & NORTH AMERICA
LATIN AMERICA & CARIBBEAN
   /  MISCELLANEAOUS

Forum III consisted of a single plenary debate spread over three days at which all stakeholders in science were invited to express their views. More than 100 National Delegations and a number of Non Governmental Organizations and International Governmental Organizations took the floor to outline their vision of science in the twenty-first century.

You may like to consult these policy statements at this site by simply clicking on the names listed below in alphabetical order.


AFRICA
BENIN
CAMEROUN
CHAD
COMORES
COTE D'IVOIRE
ETHIOPIA
KENYA
MADAGASCAR
MALI
NAMIBIA
NIGER
SENEGAL
SIERRA LEONE
SOUTH AFRICA
SUDAN
SWAZILAND
SYRIA
UNITED REP. OF TANZANIA
TOGO
UGANDA
ZAMBIA
ZIMBABWE
ARAB STATES
ALGERIA
ALGERIE
EGYPT
ISLAMIC REP. OF IRAN
IRAQ
ISRAEL
JORDAN
LIBYAN ARAB JAMAHIRIYA
MOROCCO
PALESTINE
SAUDI ARABIA
TUNISIA
TURKEY
YEMEN
ASIA & PACIFIC
BANGLADESH
DEM. PEOPLE'S REP. OF KOREA
INDIA
INDONESIA
JAPAN
KAZAKHSTAN
MALDIVES
MALAYSIA
NEW ZEALAND
PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
PAKISTAN
PHILIPPINES
REPUBLIC OF KOREA
SRI LANKA
THAILAND
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
VIET NAM
EUROPE & NORTH AMERICA
AUSTRALIA
AUSTRALIE
AUSTRIA
BELARUS
BELGIUM
BULGARIA
CANADA
CYPRUS
CROATIA
DENMARK
FINLAND
FRANCE
GEORGIA
GERMANY
GREECE
HOLY SEE
HUNGARY
IRELAND
ITALY
LATVIA
LITHUANIA
LUXEMBOURG
NETHERLANDS
NORWAY
POLAND
PORTUGAL
ROUMANIA
RUSSIAN FEDERATION
SLOVENIA
SPAIN
SWEDEN
SWITZERLAND
UKRAINE
UNITED KINGDOM
USA
LATIN AMERICA & CARIBBEAN
ARGENTINA
BELIZE
BOLIVIA
BRAZIL
CHILE
COLOMBIA
COSTA RICA
CUBA
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
HONDURAS
MEXICO
URUGUAY
MISCELLANEAOUS
ALECSO
ASEAN/COST
CGIAR
CSTD
EDUCATION INTERNATIONAL
EUROPEAN COMMISSION
FAO
GEF
IAEA
ICSU
IAU
I UGS
IUPAC
ISESCO
ISSC
IUPS
LEAD INTERNATIONAL
NGO CONSULTATION
OAU
FORUM OF YOUNG SCIENTISTS
FORUM DES JEUNES SCIENTIFIQUES
TWAS
UNIFEM
UNU
WFEO
WIPO
WMO
WORLD BANK

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