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Fund Priority Areas
The first session of the Conference of Parties, held at UNESCO headquarters from 5 to 7 February 2007, identified three priority areas for the first two years of the Fundís existence (2008-09).
Fund Priority AreasThe first priority was attached to education projects focusing on youth and sports organizations. In fact, it was agreed that half of the Fund should be allocated to education projects.

Secondly, it decided that States Parties should be able to apply for assistance with policy advice. This is a relatively broad term which encapsulates the development of legislation, regulation, policies and administrative practices for the purposes of complying with the Convention.

Thirdly, funding was earmarked for mentoring and capacity development programmes.

These priorities will remain in place until the second session of the Conference of Parties, scheduled for November 2009.

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