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Towards knowledge societies: UNESCO world report

Towards knowledge societies: UNESCO world report
The UNESCO World Report on knowledge societies for all has been released at a crucial moment. After the achievements of the first phase of the World Summit on the Information Society, there is fresh international interest in the growth and development paradigm that bears within it the idea of “knowledge societies”. We are witnessing the emergence of a need for clarification of its aims as a project of society. This is the challenge that the UNESCO World Report intends to address on the eve of decisive international meetings.

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Collation 237 p., maps
Author(s) Bindé, Jérôme
Publication year 2005
Document code SHS.2005/WS/44 (ara, chi, rus)

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