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    NGOs and intellectual community
    Since its inception, UNESCO has recognized that non governmental organizations, associations and the intellectual community, which have concerns close to its own, play an important role in international cooperation in the service of peoples.
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    ID: 10760
    Date Added: 2002-12-05 1:12 pm
    Date Modified: 2003-06-19 12:45 pm

    For more than a half-century, UNESCO has woven a valuable tapestry of cooperative relations with a number of such organizations in its fields of competence, thereby enabling it to work with civil society in achieving its objectives and to disseminate through them its democratic and ethical ideals.

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