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National Commissions: UNESCO
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Asia and the Pacific

Mongolia
Commission nationale de la Mongolie pour l'UNESCO
General Information
English NameMongolian National Commission for UNESCO
French NameCommission nationale de la Mongolie pour l'UNESCO
Address

UN House
United Nations street 14
Sukhbaatar district, 6th Khoroo
14201 Ulaanbaatar
Mongolia

Phone(976) 70105652
(976-11) 315652
Fax(976-11) 32.26.12
E-mailnatcom@unesco.mn
National Commissions Web site on unesco.orghttp://www.unesco.mn
Correspondence LanguageENGLISH
Office Holders
NameMr Lundeg PUREVSUREN
TitleChairperson
StartedDecember 2014
Government PostOther

NameMr Gundegmaa Jargalsaikhan
TitleSecretary-General
StartedAugust 2011

Description
Date and Method of CreationMarch 1963
Structure of the CommissionThe National Commission consists of the following bodies:
The General Assembly, which meets in plenary at least once a year.
The Secretariat.



Members/CompositionAs an independent body, the National Commission is composed of 19 members representing the government departments, national organizations and institutions, NGOs, the media, UNESCO Clubs and eminent academics and experts in UNESCOs fields of competence.


Committees/Sub-Committees Details
Sub-committee Topics[X] Education
[X] Communication
[X] Other
Interaction with UNESCO and National Commissions
OverviewThe Mongolian National Commission collaborates with a number of National Commissions in the Region for staff exchange programme and joint projects (Japan, Rep. of Korea, China, etc.). It maintains sound working relations with UNESCO Field Offices in Beijing and Bangkok as well as with such regional institutions as the Asia and the Pacific Cultural Center for UNESCO (ACCU), the National Federation of UNESCO Associations in Japan (NFUAJ) and the Asia-Pacific Center of Education for International Understanding (APCEIU).