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close this bookInternational Advisory Committee - Final Report - 5th Session (UNEVOC, 1999, 8 p.)
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View the document1. Introduction
View the document2. Opening of the meeting
View the document3. Chairperson’s Introductory Remarks
View the document4. Implementation of UNEVOC activities during the Current biennium (1998-1999)
View the document5. Comments on the follow-up of the recommendations of the fourth session of the Committee
View the document6. The proposed UNESCO Long-term Technical and Vocational Education Programme
View the document7. Proposals for an International Centre for Technical and Vocational Education in Bonn
View the document8. Recommendations to the Director-General of UNESCO - Outcome of the Congress
View the document9. Conclusion
View the documentAppendix 1. Agenda

5. Comments on the follow-up of the recommendations of the fourth session of the Committee

It was noted that about 80% of the recommendations had been realised. The major achievements were the realisation of the Congress and the steps taken to elevate the UNEVOC Project into a UNESCO International Programme.

Committee Members again stressed the need to improve cooperation with the ILO. Mr Parsuramen explained the steps that had been taken to formulate a common policy framework between UNESCO and the ILO. A UNESCO/ILO joint working group has been established and will be followed by a high-level meeting. It was noted that the 1954 Memorandum of Agreement between UNESCO and ILO was out of date and should be reviewed.