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Recommendation on the Status of Scientifi C Researchers 20 November 1974

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This chapter presents a recommendation on the status of scientific researchers, adopted by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), meeting in Paris, on 20 November 1974. Each Member State should strive to use scientific and technological knowledge for the enhancement of the cultural and material well-being of its citizens, and to further the United Nations ideals and objectives. Member States should cultivate opportunities for scientific researchers to participate in the outlining of national scientific research and experimental development policy. Member States should have regard for the fact that effective scientific research calls for scientific researchers of integrity and maturity, combining high moral and intellectual qualities. Member States should recognize that scientific researchers encounter, with increasing frequency, situations in which the scientific research and experimental development on which they are engaged has an international dimension.

Keywords: scientific researchers; UNESCO

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