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  • H.R.H. Princess Firyal meets with the Assistant Director-General of the Education Sector

    06-07-2005 4:00 pm Her Royal Highness Princess Firyal, UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador, met with Mr Peter Smith, Assistant Director-General of UNESCO’s Education Sector, for a work meeting on UNESCO’s Education For All initiative and Princess Firyal’s activities for this core programme of UNESCO. The meeting took place on 6 July 2005 at UNESCO Headquarters.PrincessFiryal&PeterSmith.jpg

    Mr Smith thanked Princess Firyal for her presence and valuable commitment to UNESCO’s Education For All initiative.

    During the meeting, HRH Princess Firyal and Mr Smith discussed new ways of promoting Education For All and scheduled further follow-up meetings for the implementation of Her Royal Highness’ promotion campaigns.

    The Director-General of UNESCO conferred on Princess Firyal the mission to promote the Education for All initiative in September 2004.

    Photo: ©UNESCO/M. Ravassard

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