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Events before 2007
Past events related to the Management of Social Transformations (MOST) Programme.

International Conference on "Conflict in Asia Pacific: State of the Field and the Search for Viable Solutions"
Jakarta, Indonesia; 22-10-2003 - 24-10-2003
The conference tried to link current research in the social sciences on the issue of conflict with subsequent policy-making. More...

most_vertical_sm.gif Seventh Session of the Intergovernmental Council (IGC) of the MOST Programme
UNESCO House, Paris – Room IV; 25-07-2005 - 27-07-2005

Meeting of the Steering Group of the Chairpersons of UNESCO's IHP, IGCP, MAB, MOST, IBSP and IOC Programmes
UNESCO Headquarters, Paris; 05-10-2005 - 06-10-2005
Professor Tuomo MELASUO (Finland), MOST Vice-Chairperson for Europe, is to represent the MOST Programme at this Meeting. More...

Promoting Closer Cooperation between National Commissions and the Intergovernmental Scientific Committees
UNESCO Headquarters, Paris; 07-10-2005 - 07-10-2005
Professor Dewi Fortuna Anwar (Indonesia), MOST Vice-Chairperson for the Asia-Pacific , will represent the MOST Programme. More...

Joint session of the Bureau of the Intergovernmental Council and the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Management of Social Transformations (MOST) Programme
UNESCO Headquarters, Room XIII; 18-10-2005 - 19-10-2005

Extra-ordinary session of the Intergovernmental Council (IGC) of the Management of Social Transformations (MOST) Programme
Room XIII, Bonvin Building, UNESCO Headquarters; 19-10-2005 - 19-10-2005
Elections of the Bureau More...

ECOWAS – 1st Forum of Ministers for Social Development
Bamako – Mali; 25-01-2006 - 26-01-2006
The Government of Mali and UNESCO organized the first Forum of Ministers for Social Development of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) in Bamako (Mali), on 25 and 26 January 2006, within the framework of UNESCO's Programme on Management of Social Transformations (MOST). More...

International Forum on the Social Science – Policy Nexus (IFSP)
Argentina and Uruguay; 20-02-2006 - 24-02-2006
This Forum proposes to reshape the linkage between social science research and social policy. More...

First Regional Forum of Ministers of South Asian States
Bhurban, Pakistan; 26-05-2006 - 27-05-2006
In cooperation with the Government of Pakistan and with the support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), UNESCO’s MOST programme recently organized the First Regional Forum for Ministers of Social Development, in Bhurban, Pakistan. More...

International Summer School - Comparative Research in the Social Sciences: Field Studies
Sofia, Bulgaria; 07-09-2006 - 17-09-2006
Forth Session More...

Stockholm; 01-11-2006 - 02-11-2006
The Swedish MOST committee is arranging a national conference on the 1st and 2nd November in Stockholm on Partnership together with the Swedish European Social Foundation. More...

National Seminar on Social Sciences and Country Development
Marriott IOI Resort Hotel, Putrajaya, Malaysia; 21-11-2006 - 22-11-2006
21-22 November 2006, at the Marriott IOI Resort Hotel, Putrajaya More...

affiche_sm.jpg Towards a Multiage Society: The Cultural Dimension of Age Policies
European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), Brussels, Belgium; 29-11-2006 - 30-11-2006
Conference on Active Ageing and Culture More...

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