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Réforme de l'UNESCO - La Commission Hammarskjold / UNESCO Reform - Hammarskjold Commission. 1989

(Audio recording)

Language: Multilingual

Compte rendu -10 heures/onze cassettes audio- de la première réunion du groupe des conseillers internationaux visant à améliorer la gestion du fonctionnement de l'UNESCO.

Avec la mise en place en décembre 1988 de la Commission Hammarskjold et la nomination un an plus tard du Panel d'experts présidé par l'ambassadeur Wilenski, le Directeur général s'est engagé dans un processus de réformes de l'Organisation.

A collection of 11 audio tapes (10 hours in total) of the deliverations of the first of two meetings of the panel of international experts that were to give UNESCO Director-General an assessment of action to improve the running of the Organization

With the establishment of the Hammarskjold Commission in December 1988 and the appointment one year later of the panel of experts chaired by Ambassador Wilenski, the Director-General embarked on a process for the reform of the Organization.

Liste de participants/Participants:

- Mr Federico Mayor
- Mr. Wynter
- Mr. Wilenski
- Mr. Seddoh
- Mr. Youkel
- Mr. El Wakil
- Mr. Erofeev
- Mr. Hennelly
- Ms Puybasset
- Mr. Hammarskjold
- Mr. Angelides
- Mr. Sharma
- Mr. Hailu
- Mr. Portella
- Mr- Standke
- Mr. Arfloedson
- Mr. Power
- Ms Draxler
- Mr. N'Gome
- Mr. Courrier

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Place/region: UNESCO HQ
Type: Round table
Extract: 6 min. Total length:
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Publisher: UNESCO
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Original: Audio recording.cassette.CD-Rom
Location: F-H.129
UMVS reference: AUD-DIT/ISS/ARC/09050914
Source ref.: CAB.19/6
Rights holder: UNESCO