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The MOST Programme was created in 1994 together with the Division of Social Sciences, Research and Policy (SRP), which is part of the Social and Human Sciences (SHS) Sector of UNESCO. The Secretariat of the MOST Programme is currently located in the Section of Policy, international cooperation and knowledge sharing in the social sciences (POC).
We would be very pleased to hear what you think about the MOST website, the projects, the documents, the publications, and the MOST Programme in general. MOST is also willing to develop its partners’ network in order to get endowed with complementary means to pursue its action.

The MOST Secretariat
1 rue Miollis
75015 Paris
Fax: + 33 (0)1 45 68 57 28

 Christina von Furstenberg
Chief, Section of Policy, international cooperation and knowledge sharing in the social sciences
Email: c.von-furstenberg@unesco.org

 Germán Solinís
Programme Specialist
E-mail: g.solinis@unesco.org

 Cecilie Golden
Programme Specialist
E-mail: c.golden@unesco.org

 Eleana Felici
Assistant to Chief of Section
E-mail: e.felici@unesco.org

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