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Relations with Member States and National Commissions


    PROGRAMME 2010-2011 (35 C/5)

    Part III.A External relations and cooperation

    Strengthening relations with Member States

    UNESCO will seek to enhance its cooperation with Member States and Associate Members including Permanent Delegations and National Commissions. It will provide a full range of services to Member States and their Permanent Delegates in terms of access to UNESCO, from routine correspondence to larger impact activities, such as the follow-up to official visits and Memoranda of Understanding, while responding to priorities of Member States. One of the more recent challenges has been to integrate the work of National Commissions into UNESCO’s knowledge base, thereby contributing to in-country activities and enhancing cooperation. This is an ongoing effort and involves the provision of up-to-date and real-time information on activities, often innovative in nature, of the 195 National Commissions.
    This will enable the National Commissions to share their experiences with one another, while allowing UNESCO to utilize them as an integral part of its programming.

    Consult also: Approved programme and budget, 2010-2011 (35C/5)

    Europe and North America Latin America and the Caribbean Africa Arab States Asia Pacific