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Convention Sur La Protection Et La Promotion De La Diversité Des Expressions Culturelles . Paris, 20 Octobre 2005

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This chapter presents the articles of the Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions, adopted by the General Conference convened by UNESCO or jointly with other organisms International. Cultural diversity, flourishing within a framework of democracy, tolerance, social justice and mutual respect between peoples and cultures, is indispensable for peace and security at the local, national and international levels. There is a need to incorporate culture as a strategic element in national and international development policies, as well as in international development cooperation, taking into account also the United Nations Millennium Declaration (2000) with its special emphasis on poverty eradication. The development of international rules is one of the main functions of UNESCO. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: cultural diversity; human rights; UNESCO



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