When :from Thursday 27 February, 2020 09:45 to Friday 28 February, 2020 14:00
Type of event :Category 2-Intergovernmental meeting
Where :1 rue Miollis, 75015, Paris, France
Contact :Cecilie Golden, email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
The new Bureau of the Intergovernmental Council of UNESCO’s Management of Social Transformations (MOST) Programme will meet at UNESCO Headquarters (Miollis) in Paris, on 27 and 28 February 2020.
Elected on 25 November 2019, the Bureau will discuss the MOST Action Plan for 2020 and 2021, and other initiatives.
- Review of the MOST Action Plan and further initiatives (2021-2021)
- Oral report by the MOST Scientific Advisory Committee
- Monitoring of the Recommendation on Science and Scientific Researchers
- Proposal for the establishment of BRIDGES as a MOST sustainability science coalition
- General History of Africa
- The Silk Roads
- Sultan Bin Abdulaziz programme to strengthen Arabic language at UNESCO
- Review of revised MOST Statutes and Rules of Procedures
- Preparation of the Extraordinary Session of the Intergovernmental Council, September 2020
- Discussion of draft decisions and recommendations
The working languages will be English and French as per Rule of Procedure 15.
The meeting will also be open to IGC members, which are not members of the IGC Bureau, as observers.
- Provisional Agenda with reference to the working documents
- Updated MOST Action Plan
- Proposal for the establishment of Bridges as a MOST Sustainability Science Coalition
- Review of the revised MOST Statutes and Rules of Procedure
- Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz Al Saud programme to strengthen the Arabic language in UNESCO
- General History of Africa (in French)
- Recommendation on Science and Scientific Researchers
- Rules of Procedure of the IGC
- Statutes of the Intergovernmental Council and the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Management of Social Transformations (MOST) Programme
- Guidelines on the Responsibilities of Representatives of Electoral Groups in Bureaus (Recommendation of the General Conference’s Working Group on Governance)
- Working with UNESCO: guidebook for members of UNESCO’s international and intergovernmental bodies
- Decision of the 14th Ordinary session
- Brochure on the MOST Programme