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United Kingdom 20 February 2. New Zealand 6 March 3. Saudi Arabia 30 April 4. Union of South Africa 3 June 5. Australia 11 June 6. India 12 June 7. Mexico 12 June 8. France 29 June 9. 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 birth of UNESCO and the first General Conference 21 In January 1945, CAME established a committee to consider possible relations between the proposed United Nations Organization, the International Institute of Intellectual Co-operation and the International Bureau of Education in Geneva. 4 The draft was considered at a plenary session of the Conference, which adopted an amendment submitted by the Chairman of CAME, Richard Butler, proposing the addition to a paragraph concerning the exchange of information on problems of education and culture of the words ‘including scientific research’.
There were fifteen participants in this last meeting, and from the resolution it adopted the following sentences may be singled out: ‘The Committee proclaims the need for the literary arts as one of the ultimate purposes of society and one of the forms of human activity whose creations are most useful to everyday life through the promulgation of values without which action would have neither a foundation nor a meaning’; ‘The Committee finds that the future fate of letters is associated with the freedom of expression and with the moral and economic independence of creative spirits’.
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