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Protocole Instituant Une Commission De Conciliation Et De Bons Offi Ces Chargée De Rechercher La Solution Des Diff Érends Qui Naîtraient Entre États Parties À La Convention Concernant La Lutte Contre La Discrimination Dans Le Domai

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The development of international rules is one of the main functions of UNESCO. This chapter is a part of the first part of this volume on UNESCO.This chapter presents the Protocol instituting a Conciliation and Good Offices Commission to be responsible for seeking the settlement of any disputes that may arise between States Parties to the Convention against Discrimination in Education. This was adopted by the General Conference of the UNESCO at its 12th session on 10 December 1962. Under this agreement, in the election of members of the Commission, the General Conference shall endeavour to include persons of recognized competence in the field of education and persons having judicial experience, or legal experience particularly of an international character. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Conciliation and Good Offices Commission; discrimination; education; UNESCO



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