1 edition of Full text of UNESCO report on race. found in the catalog.
Full text of UNESCO report on race.
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Unesco, the UN’s world heritage organisation, has adopted a controversial resolution that criticises Israeli actions around the Haram al-Sharif/Temple Mount complex in Jerusalem’s Old City Author: Peter Beaumont. In her report to the 37th General Conference, the Chair of the Executive Board, Alessandria Cummins (, p. 2), underlined ‘that the scope of UNESCO's activities under each expected result has been significantly reduced as compared with the range of activities originally foreseen. This is especially evident in the Organization's capacity Cited by: 4.
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The minutes from the meetings are summarized in UNESCO, Summary Report (of the Six Meetings), Meeting of Experts on Race Problems, 29 DecemberUNESCO/SS/CONF.1/SR1, 2 UNESCO, op.
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Persons with disabilities are more likely to be out of school or to leave school before completing primary or secondary education (UIS Fact sheet No 40, February ) Article 24 of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities stipulate that countries must take steps to ensure that persons with disabilities access an inclusive, quality and free primary and.UNESCO Statements on Race.
The establishment of the United Nations (UN) following World War II led to a surge in declarations, conventions, and organizations aimed at promoting human rights and equality.
The legacy of Nazism and the failure of the League of Nations galvanized the UN to formulate two critical postwar documents: the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (), and the Genocide.Adopts and solemnly proclaims this Declaration on Race and Racial Prejudice: Article 1 1.
All human beings belong to a single species and are descended from a common stock. They are born equal in dignity and rights and all form an integral part of humanity.