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Unesco: purpose, progress, prospects

Author: Walter H C Laves; Charles A Thomson; United Nations. General Assembly.
Publisher: Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1957.
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Laves, Walter H.C. (Walter Herman Carl), 1902-1983.
Unesco.
Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1957
(OCoLC)614526466
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Walter H C Laves; Charles A Thomson; United Nations. General Assembly.
OCLC Number: 1022079
Notes: "Constitution of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization": p. 415-425.
"Provisions of United Nations Charter applicable to Unesco": p. 426-431.
"Universal declaration of human rights": p. 432-436.
Description: xxiii, 469 pages 24 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Unesco's origins, its character, and the evolution of its program. Why was Unesco created? --
What should be Unesco's character? Five critical issues --
Evolution of the program --
pt. 2. Unesco's work : how it has been used by member states. Emergency and special aid --
The advancement of knowledge : education, natural and social sciences --
The advancement of knowledge : arts, humanities, mass media, libraries --
Education and human welfare : fundamental and adult education --
Education and human welfare : formal education --
Science and human welfare --
"Peace through understanding" --
International understanding : the search for unity in diversity --
International understanding : supporting the United Nations --
pt. 3. Program-makers, national policies, and an appraisal. Who makes Unesco's program? --
Unesco and member states --
Summary and appraisal. Constitution of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (p. 415-425) --
Provisions of United Nations Charter applicable to Unesco (p. 426-431) --
Universal Declaration of Human Rights (p. 426-431).
Responsibility: [by] Walter H.C. Laves [and] Charles A. Thomson.

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