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Huxley’s personal capacity, and in no way an expression of the views of the Commission itself. Under Huxley’s leadership, the future Secretariat of UNESCO already had a staff of some 600 people working on the preparation of the programme which was to be submitted to the General Conference, along with a budget amounting to $7,500,000; some members saw this as high, and it was reduced to $6,950,000. UNESCO had been established; but it could not exist officially as a specialized agency of the United Nations until 20 States had deposited their instruments of ratification with the Government of the United Kingdom in London in accordance with Article XV of the Constitution.

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. Marcel A. Naegelon, Minister of Education of France, and Mr.

These volumes contained letters written by Einstein, Freud, Bojer, Huizinga, A. Huxley, André Maurois, G. Murray and Rabindranath Tagore, among others. The volume Why War? was translated and published by a Dutch company under the title Waarom oorlog? The Committee published in French a Japanese collection and some of the best works of Ibero-American literature. Scientific property and copyright One of the issues which merited the greatest attention on the part of the International Committee on Intellectual Co-operation was the survey on the status of intellectual work and the measures that should be taken to remedy the dangers threatening intellectual circles in some countries, as well as the protection of intellectual rights.

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