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Thus began what, years later, within UNESCO, came to be known as the Culture Sector. Initially, the Committee comprised 19 members under the chairmanship of Jules Destrée, former Minister for Sciences and Arts of Belgium. It initiated its work on the basis of an old project drawn up by the Abbé Grégoire in 1815 for the organization of annual meetings of scholars and artists. Thereafter meetings, which the political and military situation limited to eight in number, were organized on the following topics: 1.
Dominican Republic 2 July 10. Turkey 6 July 11. Egypt 16 July 12. Norway 8 August 13. Canada 6 September 14. China 13 September 15. Denmark 20 September 16. United States of America 30 September 5 October 17. Czechoslovakia 14 October 18. Brazil 28 October 19. Lebanon 4 November 20. ) The First General Conference: 20 November to 10 December 1946 On 19 November, France formally welcomed the new Organization. The ceremony took place at the Sorbonne, where delegates were received and greeted by Mr.
Curie-Sklodowska: ‘International work is a very difficult task, but nevertheless it is essential to learn how to do it, at the cost of much effort and in a real spirit of sacrifice. Imperfect as it may be, the work of intellectual co-operation has a grandeur that needs to be maintained’. Initially, the Scientific Information and Scientific Relations Section of the Institute dealt not only with the natural sciences, but also with the historical, philological and moral sciences, as well as with libraries and bibliography.
A History of UNESCO (UNESCO reference books) by Fernando Valderrama