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Social and Human Sciences - Guide to Partnerships
This guide to partnerships sets out how UNESCO Social and Human Sciences works and could work with partners.

Social and Human Sciences - Guide to PartnershipsIt describes proposals for eight different types of partnerships to potential partners: providing advice, hosting events, assisting research, coordinating networks, providing experts, funding activities, funding fellowships, and assisting in communication.

The names of contacts are indicated for all proposals.

We hope that potential partners will discover within these pages ideas that are close to their own, to which they would readily contribute.

Click here to download the guide in PDF format.

An overall view of UNESCO’s work in the field of Social and Human Sciences is available in the brochure on SHS’s strategies and action.

Document Type Brochure
Author(s) UNESCO
Website (URL) http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0013/001375/137513e.pdf
Publisher UNESCO
Publication Location Paris
Publication Year 17-10-2004
Number of Pages 68 p.
Editor(s) UNESCO
Format application/pdf
Type Text
Related UNESCO Themes Social and Human Sciences, Bioethics, Human Rights, Foresight, Democracy, Ethics, Social Transformations, International Migration, Human Security, Urban Development, Philosophy, Racism, Discrimination, Gender Equality
Keywords social sciences, human sciences, partners, partnership

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