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Therefore, we call upon the Member States particularly, as well as governments, civil society, international organizations, the United Nations, and other key decision-makers in education systems (hereafter decision-makers) to commit to and ensure the implementation of the following demands: 3 Youth Declaration on Transforming Education 1. (...) We demand decision-makers to invest in gender-transformative education to create a present and future that is feminist, equitable, and free from harmful gender stereotypes. 5. We demand decision-makers to ensure the provision of quality comprehensive sexuality education for all learners in and beyond schools; 6.
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United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Archives - Page 12 of 21 - Question of Palestine Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: Home About The Committee on Palestinian Rights Division for Palestinian Rights Key Topics Key issues at stake The Quartet History Fast facts The Committee Background Bureau Membership Mandate and Objectives Areas of Activities Working Group Reports Statements Newsletters Events Upcoming Events Committee Meetings International Conferences and Side Events Delegation visits Solidarity Day Capacity Building Programme UNISPAL About UNISPAL Search Document Collection Map Collection Civil Society Overview Responsibilities of Civil Society Partners NGO Action News Get accredited Benefits of accreditation Civil Society Partners UN System FAQ Search for: Home / United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Full-text search Start Date End Date Document sorting Newer first Older first Document Sources United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) e.g. (...) 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United Nations, State, Non-governmental organization Clear Search Date Title Subject Symbol 03-May-2011 UNESCO contribution to Gaza reconstruction and development – Director-General’s report – UNESCO decision Agenda Item , Assistance , Education and culture , Gaza Strip , Humanitarian relief , Public information , Social issues UNESCO_186 EX/Decision 35 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , Decision , French text , Russian text , Spanish text Country: 03-May-2011 Implementation of 185 EX/Decision 15 on the Tomb of the Patriarchs and Rachel’s Tomb – UNESCO decision Agenda Item , Education and culture , Holy places UNESCO_186 EX/Decision 12 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , Decision , French text , Russian text , Spanish text Country: 03-May-2011 Ascent to the Mughrabi Gate/Old City of Jerusalem – UNESCO decision Agenda Item , Education and culture , Holy places , Jerusalem UNESCO_186 EX/Decision 5 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , Decision , French text , Report , Russian text , Spanish text Country: 03-May-2011 Educational and cultural institutions in the occupied Arab territories – UNESCO decision Agenda Item , Assistance , Education and culture UNESCO_186 EX/Decision 34 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , Decision , French text , Russian text , Spanish text Country: 03-May-2011 Jerusalem’s cultural heritage – UNESCO decision Agenda Item , Education and culture , Jerusalem UNESCO_186 EX/Decision 11 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , Decision , French text , Russian text , Spanish text Country: 30-Apr-2011 DPR Monthly Bulletin – Volume XXXIV, No. 4, CEIRPP, DPR Bulletin (April 2011) – DPR publication Assistance , Children , Education and culture , Governance , Inalienable rights of the Palestinian people , Middle East situation , Palestine question , Peace process , Refugees and displaced persons , Settlements , Shelter , Statehood-related 12-27748 Sources: Ad Hoc Liaison Committee (AHLC) , Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People (CEIRPP) , Department of Political Affairs (DPA) , Division for Palestinian Rights (DPR) , General Assembly , International Monetary Fund (IMF) , Secretary-General , Security Council , UN Habitat , United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) , United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) , United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process (UNSCO) , World Bank Entity: Intergovernmental organization or multilateral , United Nations system Type Bulletin , Monthly Bulletin , Publication , Spanish text Country: 18-Apr-2011 New UNESCO report shows serious psychosocial problems in Gaza schools – UNESCO press release Assistance , Children , Health Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Press Release Country: 18-Apr-2011 Psychosocial Assessment of Education in Gaza – UNESCO report Assistance , Children , Education and culture , Health UNESCO_PSYRPT Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Report Country: 31-Mar-2011 UNESCO & UNRWA provide education and training for Refugees – Children – UNESCO Report (Excerpt) Assistance , Children , Education and culture Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) , United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) Entity: United Nations system Type Report Country: 21-Mar-2011 Jerusalem/Mughrabi Gate – UNESCO Director-General report Education and culture , Holy places , Jerusalem UNESCO_186/EX5 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Report Country: 04-Nov-2010 UNESCO supports online youth TV programme – Press release Public information UNESCO_OnlineYouthProg Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type French text , Press Release Country: 31-Oct-2010 DPR Monthly Bulletin – Volume XXXIII, No. 10, CEIRPP, DPR Bulletin (October 2010) – DPR publication Education and culture , Holy places , Inalienable rights of the Palestinian people , Jerusalem , Middle East situation , Palestine question , Peace process , Settlements , Women 11-53616 Sources: Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People (CEIRPP) , Department of Political Affairs (DPA) , Division for Palestinian Rights (DPR) , League of Arab States (LAS) , Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) , Secretary-General , Security Council , United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) , United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) , United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process (UNSCO) Entity: Intergovernmental organization or multilateral , United Nations system Type Bulletin , French text , Monthly Bulletin , Publication , Spanish text Country: 21-Oct-2010 Educational and cultural institutions in the OPT, Syrian Golan – UNESCO decision Assistance , Education and culture , Gaza Strip , Holy places , Inalienable rights of the Palestinian people , Public information , Social issues UNESCO_185 EX/Decision 36 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Decision , French text , Spanish text Country: 21-Oct-2010 UNESCO contribution to Gaza reconstruction and development – Director-General’s report – UNESCO decision Assistance , Education and culture , Gaza Strip , Humanitarian relief , Public information UNESCO_185 EX/Decision 37 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Decision , French text , Spanish text Country: 21-Oct-2010 UNESCO Board Adopts Five Decisions Concerning UNESCO’s Work in the OPT – UNESCO Press Release Access and movement , Closures/Curfews/Blockades , Economic issues , Education and culture , Fence , Gaza Strip , Holy places , Separation barrier , Wall UNESCOPR_21102010 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , French text , Press Release Country: 21-Oct-2010 Implementation of 184 EX/Decision37 on the Tomb of the Patriarchs and Rachel’s Tomb – UNESCO decision Education and culture , Holy places UNESCO_185 EX/Decision 15 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Decision , French text , Spanish text Country: 21-Oct-2010 Jerusalem’s cultural heritage – UNESCO decision Education and culture , Jerusalem UNESCO_185 EX/Decision 14 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Decision , French text , Spanish text Country: 21-Oct-2010 Ascent to the Mughrabi Gate/Old City of Jerusalem – UNESCO decision Education and culture , Holy places , Jerusalem UNESCO_185 EX/Decision 5 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Decision , French text , Report , Spanish text Country: 30-Sep-2010 Report Highlights Impact of Occupation on Education, Mental Health – UNESCO Report Access and movement , Armed conflict , Children , Education and culture , Gaza Strip , Health , Intifadah II , Living conditions , Occupation , Social issues UNESCORpt_30092010 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Report Country: 20-Sep-2010 Implementation of 184 EX/Decision37 on the Tomb of the Patriarchs and Rachel’s Tomb – Postponement of item discussion – UNESCO document Agenda Item , Education and culture , Holy places UNESCO_185EX15 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , Document , French text , Implementation report , Russian text , Spanish text Country: 10-Sep-2010 Safeguarding Jerusalem’s cultural heritage – UNESCO report Agenda Item , Education and culture , Holy places , Jerusalem UNESCO_185EX14 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , French text , Report , Russian text , Spanish text Country: 31-Aug-2010 DPR Monthly Bulletin – Volume XXXIII, No. 8, CEIRPP, DPR Bulletin (August 2010) – DPR publication Access and movement , Assistance , Expulsions and deportations , Gaza Strip , Hebron , House demolitions , Jerusalem , Legal issues , Negotiations and agreements , Peace process , Quartet , Settlements , Statehood-related , Women 11-30743 Sources: Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People (CEIRPP) , Department of Political Affairs (DPA) , Division for Palestinian Rights (DPR) , General Assembly Fourth Committee (Special Political and Decolonization) , Human Rights Council , Quartet , Secretary-General , Security Council , Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices , Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the OPT , United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: Intergovernmental organization or multilateral , United Nations system Type Bulletin , French text , Monthly Bulletin , Publication , Spanish text Country: 30-Aug-2010 Educational and cultural institutions in the OPT, Syrian Golan -UNESCO assistance – Progress report Agenda Item , Assistance , Education and culture , Gaza Strip , Holy places , Inalienable rights of the Palestinian people , Public information , Social issues UNESCO_185 EX/36 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , French text , Report , Russian text , Spanish text Country: 30-Aug-2010 UNESCO contribution to Gaza reconstruction and development – Director-General’s progress report Agenda Item , Assistance , Education and culture , Gaza Strip , Humanitarian relief , Public information UNESCO_185 EX/37 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , French text , Report , Russian text , Spanish text , Update Country: 03-Aug-2010 Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls – UNESCO World Heritage Cttee decision (34th session) Education and culture , Holy places , Jerusalem UNESCO_34 COM 7A.20 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Decision , Report Country: 02-Jun-2010 UN rights body votes to dispatch probe into “attack” on Gaza aid convoy – UN news item Access and movement , Assistance , Casualties , Education and culture , Gaza Strip , Human rights and international humanitarian law , Humanitarian relief , Incidents , NGOs/Civil Society , Public information HRCFlotillaProbe020610 Sources: Department of Public Information (DPI) , General Assembly , Human Rights Council , United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) , United Nations News Service Entity: United Nations system Type UN news item Country: 02-Jun-2010 UNESCO Director-General shocked and concerned over deadly Israeli military interception – Press release Access and movement , Assistance , Casualties , Gaza Strip , Humanitarian relief , NGOs/Civil Society , Public information Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Press Release , Statement Country: 14-May-2010 Decisions adopted by UNESCO Executive Board – 184th session – Decision 10 on Al-Haram Al-Ibrahimi/Tomb of Patriarchs and Bilal Ibn Raball Mosque/Rachel’s Tomb – UNESCO document (excerpts) Bethlehem , Hebron , Holy places 194/EX/Decisions Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Decision , Document Country: 15-Apr-2010 Educational and cultural institutions in the occupied Arab territories – UNESCO decision Agenda Item , Assistance , Education and culture UNESCO_184 EX/Decision 30 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , Decision , French text , Russian text , Spanish text Country: 15-Apr-2010 Jerusalem’s cultural heritage – UNESCO decision Agenda Item , Education and culture , Jerusalem UNESCO_184 EX/Decision 12 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , Decision , French text , Russian text , Spanish text Country: First 1 ... 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 ... 21 Last Showing 30 documents of 620 found .
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United Nations, State, Non-governmental organization Clear Search Date Title Subject Symbol 15-Apr-2010 UNESCO’s contribution to Gaza reconstruction and development – Director-General’s report – UNESCO decision Agenda Item , Assistance , Education and culture , Gaza Strip , Humanitarian relief , Public information , Social issues UNESCO_184 EX/Decision 31 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , Decision , French text , Russian text , Spanish text Country: 15-Apr-2010 Assistance to educational and cultural institutions in OATs – UNESCO – Progress report Assistance , Education and culture , Golan Heights , Public information , Women UNESCO_184EX30 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Report , Update Country: 15-Apr-2010 Educational and cultural institutions in the occupied Arab territories – UNESCO decision Agenda Item , Assistance , Education and culture UNESCO_184 EX/Decision 30 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , Decision , French text , Russian text , Spanish text Country: 15-Apr-2010 Jerusalem’s cultural heritage – UNESCO decision Agenda Item , Education and culture , Jerusalem UNESCO_184 EX/Decision 12 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , Decision , French text , Russian text , Spanish text Country: 14-Apr-2010 Jerusalem, educational and cultural institutions in OATs, Gaza, Hebron and Bethlehem religious sites – UNESCO Exec. Board – Draft decisions Education and culture , Gaza Strip , Hebron , Holy places , Jerusalem UNESCO_184EX42Add. (...) Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: State , United Nations system Type Decision , Outline Country: Israel 23-Sep-2009 Educational and cultural institutions in OATs – UNESCO decision Assistance , Education and culture UNESCO_182 EX/Decision 54 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Decision Country: 23-Sep-2009 UNESCO contribution to Gaza reconstruction and development – Decision Assistance , Education and culture , Gaza Strip , Humanitarian relief , Public information UNESCO_182 EX/Decision 55 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Decision Country: 23-Sep-2009 Jerusalem’s cultural heritage – UNESCO decision Education and culture , Jerusalem UNESCO_182 EX/Decision 15 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Decision Country: 23-Sep-2009 Request for admission of Palestine to UNESCO – Executive Board 182nd session – Decision Education and culture , PLO/Palestine , Statehood-related 182 EX/52 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Decision , Draft resolution Country: 11-Sep-2009 UNESCO provides safety training to Gaza media professionals – Press release Assistance , Gaza Strip , Public information , Security issues UNESCO_110909 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type French text , Press Release Country: 27-Aug-2009 Safeguarding the cultural heritage of Jerusalem – UNESCO progress report, draft resolution Education and culture , Holy places , Jerusalem 35 C/16 and Add.
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Why the AI Decision Makers’ Essential? Thirty-two countries in Africa responded to UNESCO’s AI Needs Assessment Survey in Africa and have underlined the importance of UNESCO’s work concerning AI in the fields of education, sciences, culture and communication and information. (...) Who are the target decision makers within the government? Decision making in government is a multi-layered process that involves ministers, civil services, regulatory agencies, implementation boards among others. (...) Model use cases: Evidence in the form of model cases will inform decision makers of the potential impact of their decisions, thereby supporting evidence-based decision making in the field of AI governance.
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Decisions Adopted by the UNESCO Executive Board at its 209th Session (209 EX/Decisions} - Question of Palestine Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: Home Key Topics Key issues at stake The Quartet History Fast facts The Committee Background Bureau Membership Mandate and Objectives Areas of Activities Reports Statements Newsletters Events Upcoming Events Committee Meetings International Conferences and Side Events Delegation visits Solidarity Day Capacity Building Programme Document Database Search Document Collection Map Collection Civil Society Overview Responsibilities of Civil Society Partners NGO Action News Get accredited Benefits of accreditation Civil Society Partners UN System FAQ Search for: Decisions Adopted by the UNESCO Executive Board at its 209th Session (209 EX/Decisions} Home / Decisions Adopted by the UNESCO Executive Board at its 209th Session (209 EX/Decisions} Decisions Adopted by the UNESCO Executive Board at its 209th Session (209 EX/Decisions} 209 EX/Decisions Arabic: العربية Chinese: 中文 Español  Français  Russian: Русский  Paris, 10 August 2020 DECISIONS ADOPTED  BY THE EXECUTIVE BOARD AT ITS 209th SESSION /… GENERAL MATTERS 24      Occupied Palestine (209 EX/24; 209 EX/37) The Executive Board, Having examined document 209 EX/24 as well as the annexes attached to this decision, Recalling its previous decisions concerning “Occupied Palestine”, Decides to include this item in the agenda of its 210th session, and invites the Director General to submit to it a follow-up report thereon. ANNEX I PROGRAMME AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS COMMISSION (PX)  Item 24        OCCUPIED PALESTINE DRAFT DECISION The Executive Board, Having examined document 209 EX/24, Recalling the provisions of the four Geneva Conventions (1949) and their additional Protocols (1977), the 1907 Hague Regulations on Land Warfare, the Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict (1954) and its additional Protocols, the Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property (1970) and the Convention for the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage (1972), the inscription of the Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls at the request of Jordan on the World Heritage List (1981) and on the List of World Heritage in Danger (1982), and the recommendations, resolutions and decisions of UNESCO on the protection of cultural heritage, as well as resolutions and decisions of UNESCO relating to Jerusalem, also recalling previous UNESCO decisions relating to the reconstruction and development of Gaza as well as UNESCO decisions on the two Palestinian sites in Al-Khalil/Hebron and in Bethlehem, Affirming that nothing in the current decision, which aims, inter alia , at the safeguarding of the cultural heritage of Palestine and the distinctive character of East Jerusalem, shall in any way affect the relevant Security Council and United Nations resolutions and decisions on the legal status of Palestine and Jerusalem, including United Nations Security Council resolution 2334 (2016), Taking note of the letters addressed to the Director-General by the Permanent Delegations of Palestine and Jordan to UNESCO in 2019 and 2020 concerning the sub-sections below,       I            Jerusalem Reaffirming the importance of the Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls for the three monotheistic religions, Bearing in mind that all legislative and administrative measures and actions taken by Israel, the occupying Power, which have altered or purport to alter the character and status of the Holy City of Jerusalem, and in particular the “basic law” on Jerusalem, are null and void and must be rescinded forthwith, Recalling the seventeen decisions of the Executive Board: 185 EX/Decision 14, 187 EX/Decision 11, 189 EX/Decision 8, 190 EX/Decision 13, 192 EX/Decision 11, 194 EX/Decision 5.I.D, 195 EX/Decision 9, 196 EX/Decision 26, 197 EX/Decision 32, 199 EX/Dec.19.1, 200 EX/Decision 25, 201 EX/Decision 30, 202 EX/Decision 38, 204 EX/Decision 25 and 205 EX/Decision 28, 206 EX/Decision 32 and 207 EX/Decision 38, and the ten World Heritage Committee decisions: 34 COM/7A.20, 35 COM/7A.22, 36 COM/7A.23, 37 COM/7A.26, 38 COM/7A.4, 39 COM/7A.27, 40 COM/7A.13, 41 COM/7A.36, 42 COM/7A.21 and 43 COM/7A.22; Regrets the failure of the Israeli occupying authorities to cease the persistent excavations, tunnelling, works and projects in East Jerusalem, particularly in and around the Old City of Jerusalem which are illegal under international law, and reiterates its request to Israel, the occupying Power, to stop all violations which are not in conformity with the provisions of the relevant UNESCO conventions, resolutions and decisions; Also regrets the Israeli refusal to implement the UNESCO request to the Director-General to appoint a permanent representative to be stationed in East Jerusalem to report on a regular basis about all aspects covering the fields of competence of UNESCO in East Jerusalem, and reiterates its request to the Director-General to appoint, as soon as possible, the above-mentioned representative;     II          Reconstruction and development of Gaza Deeply deplores the ongoing military developments around the Gaza Strip and their heavy toll of civilian casualties as well as their continuous negative impact in the fields of competence of UNESCO; Deplores the continuous Israeli closure of the Gaza Strip, which harmfully affects the free and sustained movement of personnel, students and humanitarian relief items and requests Israel to immediately ease this closure; Thanks the Director-General for initiatives that have already been implemented in Gaza in the fields of education, culture and youth and for the safety of media professionals, calls upon her to continue her active involvement in the reconstruction of Gaza’s damaged educational and cultural components and reiterates , in this regard, its request to her to upgrade the UNESCO Antenna in Gaza and to organize, as soon as possible, an information meeting on the current situation in Gaza in the fields of competence of UNESCO and on the outcome of the projects conducted by UNESCO; III The two Palestinian sites of Al-Haram Al-Ibrahimi/Tomb of the Patriarchs in AlKhalil/Hebron and the Bilal Ibn Rabah Mosque/Rachel’s Tomb in Bethlehem Reaffirms that the two concerned sites located in Al-Khalil/Hebron and in Bethlehem are an integral part of the Occupied Palestinian Territory, and shares the conviction affirmed by the international community that the two sites are of religious significance for Judaism, Christianity and Islam; Deplores the ongoing Israeli excavations, works, construction of private roads for settlers and of a Wall inside the Old City of Al-Khalil/Hebron which are illegal under international law and harmfully affect the authenticity and integrity of the site, and the subsequent denial of freedom of movement and freedom of access to places of worship and asks Israel, the occupying Power, to end all violations which are not in conformity with the provisions of relevant UNESCO conventions, resolutions and decisions; Regrets the visual impact of the Wall on the site of Bilal Ibn Rabah Mosque/Rachel’s Tomb in Bethlehem as well as the strict ban on access of Palestinian Christian and Muslim worshippers to the site, and demands that the Israeli authorities restore the original character of the landscape around the site and lift the ban on access to  IV Decides to include these matters under an item entitled “Occupied Palestine” in the agenda at its 210th session, and invites the Director-General to submit to it a progress report thereon. (...) ANNEX TO THE DOCUMENT During the reporting period, the following correspondence has been received by the Secretariat in relation to this item: Date From Subject 29 November 2019 Alternate Permanent Delegate of Palestine to UNESCO Educational, Cultural, Media and Health Institutions 23 January 2020 Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates of Palestine Educational Institutions: UNRWA Schools 13 May 2020 President, Palestinian National Commission for Education, Culture and Science Closure of Palestine TV Offices (209 EX/SR.5) /… Document Type: Decision Document Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Subject: Assistance , Education and culture , Gaza Strip , Golan Heights , Holy places , Jerusalem Publication Date: 10/08/2020 URL source: https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000373889?
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United Nations, State, Non-governmental organization Clear Search Date Title Subject Symbol 03-May-2011 UNESCO contribution to Gaza reconstruction and development – Director-General’s report – UNESCO decision Agenda Item , Assistance , Education and culture , Gaza Strip , Humanitarian relief , Public information , Social issues UNESCO_186 EX/Decision 35 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , Decision , French text , Russian text , Spanish text Country: 03-May-2011 Ascent to the Mughrabi Gate/Old City of Jerusalem – UNESCO decision Agenda Item , Education and culture , Holy places , Jerusalem UNESCO_186 EX/Decision 5 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , Decision , French text , Report , Russian text , Spanish text Country: 03-May-2011 Educational and cultural institutions in the occupied Arab territories – UNESCO decision Agenda Item , Assistance , Education and culture UNESCO_186 EX/Decision 34 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , Decision , French text , Russian text , Spanish text Country: 03-May-2011 Implementation of 185 EX/Decision 15 on the Tomb of the Patriarchs and Rachel’s Tomb – UNESCO decision Agenda Item , Education and culture , Holy places UNESCO_186 EX/Decision 12 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , Decision , French text , Russian text , Spanish text Country: 21-Oct-2010 Ascent to the Mughrabi Gate/Old City of Jerusalem – UNESCO decision Education and culture , Holy places , Jerusalem UNESCO_185 EX/Decision 5 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Decision , French text , Report , Spanish text Country: 21-Oct-2010 Jerusalem’s cultural heritage – UNESCO decision Education and culture , Jerusalem UNESCO_185 EX/Decision 14 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Decision , French text , Spanish text Country: 21-Oct-2010 Educational and cultural institutions in the OPT, Syrian Golan – UNESCO decision Assistance , Education and culture , Gaza Strip , Holy places , Inalienable rights of the Palestinian people , Public information , Social issues UNESCO_185 EX/Decision 36 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Decision , French text , Spanish text Country: 21-Oct-2010 Implementation of 184 EX/Decision37 on the Tomb of the Patriarchs and Rachel’s Tomb – UNESCO decision Education and culture , Holy places UNESCO_185 EX/Decision 15 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Decision , French text , Spanish text Country: 21-Oct-2010 UNESCO contribution to Gaza reconstruction and development – Director-General’s report – UNESCO decision Assistance , Education and culture , Gaza Strip , Humanitarian relief , Public information UNESCO_185 EX/Decision 37 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Decision , French text , Spanish text Country: 07-Sep-2010 Enlargement of CEIRPP membership/Venezuela – GA decision (A/DEC/64/249) Inalienable rights of the Palestinian people , Palestine question A/DEC/64/249 Sources: Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People (CEIRPP) , General Assembly Entity: United Nations system Type Decision Country: Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) 03-Aug-2010 Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls – UNESCO World Heritage Cttee decision (34th session) Education and culture , Holy places , Jerusalem UNESCO_34 COM 7A.20 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Decision , Report Country: 01-Aug-2010 Mideast situation/Palestine question – Resolutions & Decisions of the Security Council (1 Aug. 2010-31 July 2011) (excerpts) Middle East situation , Palestine question , Peace process S/INF/66 Sources: Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People (CEIRPP) , Department of Political Affairs (DPA) , European Union (EU) , Security Council , United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process (UNSCO) Entity: Intergovernmental organization or multilateral , United Nations system Type Decision Country: 14-May-2010 Decisions adopted by UNESCO Executive Board – 184th session – Decision 10 on Al-Haram Al-Ibrahimi/Tomb of Patriarchs and Bilal Ibn Raball Mosque/Rachel’s Tomb – UNESCO document (excerpts) Bethlehem , Hebron , Holy places 194/EX/Decisions Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Decision , Document Country: 15-Apr-2010 UNESCO’s contribution to Gaza reconstruction and development – Director-General’s report – UNESCO decision Agenda Item , Assistance , Education and culture , Gaza Strip , Humanitarian relief , Public information , Social issues UNESCO_184 EX/Decision 31 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , Decision , French text , Russian text , Spanish text Country: 15-Apr-2010 Educational and cultural institutions in the occupied Arab territories – UNESCO decision Agenda Item , Assistance , Education and culture UNESCO_184 EX/Decision 30 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , Decision , French text , Russian text , Spanish text Country: 15-Apr-2010 Ascent to the Mughrabi Gate/Old City of Jerusalem – UNESCO decision Agenda Item , Education and culture , Holy places , Jerusalem UNESCO_184 EX/Decision 5-IV Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , Decision , Draft decision , French text , Report , Russian text , Spanish text Country: 15-Apr-2010 Jerusalem’s cultural heritage – UNESCO decision Agenda Item , Education and culture , Jerusalem UNESCO_184 EX/Decision 12 Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Entity: United Nations system Type Arabic text , Chinese text , Decision , French text , Russian text , Spanish text Country: 12-Mar-2010 Situation in Palestine and the Middle East – Fourteenth ordinary session of the Assembly of the African Union, Decision – Letter from Malawi (excerpts) Gaza Strip , Golan Heights , Holy places , Human rights and 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Draft Decisions Recommended by UNESCO Programme and External Relations Commission (Occupied Palestine, Educational and Cultural Institutions in Occupied Arab Territories) (209 EX/37) - Question of Palestine Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: Home Key Topics Key issues at stake The Quartet History Fast facts The Committee Background Bureau Membership Mandate and Objectives Areas of Activities Reports Statements Newsletters Events Upcoming Events Committee Meetings International Conferences and Side Events Delegation visits Solidarity Day Capacity Building Programme Document Database Search Document Collection Map Collection Civil Society Overview Responsibilities of Civil Society Partners NGO Action News Get accredited Benefits of accreditation Civil Society Partners UN System FAQ Search for: Draft Decisions Recommended by UNESCO Programme and External Relations Commission (Occupied Palestine, Educational and Cultural Institutions in Occupied Arab Territories) (209 EX/37) Home / Draft Decisions Recommended by UNESCO Programme and External Relations Commission (Occupied Palestine, Educational and Cultural Institutions in Occupied Arab Territories) (209 EX/37) Draft Decisions Recommended by UNESCO Programme and External Relations Commission (Occupied Palestine, Educational and Cultural Institutions in Occupied Arab Territories) (209 EX/37)   Arabic: العربية Chinese: 中文 Español Français  Russian: Русский  1. 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Implementation of 40 C/Resolution 67 and 207 EX/Decision 39 concerning educational and cultural institutions in the occupied Arab territories (209 EX/25) /… Item 24       Occupied Palestine (209 EX/24) After considering this item, the Programme and External Relations Commission recommended that the Executive Board adopt the following draft decision: The Executive Board, Having examined document 209 EX/24 as well as the annexes attached to this decision, Recalling its previous decisions concerning “Occupied Palestine”, Decides to include this item in the agenda of its 210th session, and invites the DirectorGeneral to submit to it a follow-up report thereon. – – – – – – – – – – ANNEX I   Executive Board Two hundred and ninth session   209PARIS, 26 June 2020Original: English EX/PX/DR.24.1 PROGRAMME AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS COMMISSION (PX)  Item 24        OCCUPIED PALESTINE DRAFT DECISION The Executive Board, Having examined document 209 EX/24, Recalling the provisions of the four Geneva Conventions (1949) and their additional Protocols (1977), the 1907 Hague Regulations on Land Warfare, the Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict (1954) and its additional Protocols, the Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property (1970) and the Convention for the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage (1972), the inscription of the Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls at the request of Jordan on the World Heritage List (1981) and on the List of World Heritage in Danger (1982), and the recommendations, resolutions and decisions of UNESCO on the protection of cultural heritage, as well as resolutions and decisions of UNESCO relating to Jerusalem, also recalling previous UNESCO decisions relating to the reconstruction and development of Gaza as well as UNESCO decisions on the two Palestinian sites in Al-Khalil/Hebron and in Bethlehem, Affirming that nothing in the current decision, which aims, inter alia , at the safeguarding of the cultural heritage of Palestine and the distinctive character of East Jerusalem, shall in any way affect the relevant Security Council and United Nations resolutions and decisions on the legal status of Palestine and Jerusalem, including United Nations Security Council resolution 2334 (2016), Taking note of the letters addressed to the Director-General by the Permanent Delegations of Palestine and Jordan to UNESCO in 2019 and 2020 concerning the sub-sections below, I         Jerusalem Reaffirming the importance of the Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls for the three monotheistic religions, Bearing in mind that all legislative and administrative measures and actions taken by Israel, the occupying Power, which have altered or purport to alter the character and status of the Holy City of Jerusalem, and in particular the “basic law” on Jerusalem, are null and void and must be rescinded forthwith, Recalling the seventeen decisions of the Executive Board: 185 EX/Decision 14, 187 EX/Decision 11, 189 EX/Decision 8, 190 EX/Decision 13, 192 EX/Decision 11, 194 EX/Decision 5.I.D, 195 EX/Decision 9, 196 EX/Decision 26, 197 EX/Decision 32, 199 EX/Dec.19.1, 200 EX/Decision 25, 201 EX/Decision 30, 202 EX/Decision 38, 204 EX/Decision 25 and 205 EX/Decision 28, 206 EX/Decision 32 and 207 EX/Decision 38, and the ten World Heritage Committee decisions: 34 COM/7A.20, 35 COM/7A.22, 36 COM/7A.23, 37 COM/7A.26, 38 COM/7A.4, 39 COM/7A.27, 40 COM/7A.13, 41 COM/7A.36, 42 COM/7A.21 and 43 COM/7A.22; Regrets the failure of the Israeli occupying authorities to cease the persistent excavations, tunnelling, works and projects in East Jerusalem, particularly in and around the Old City of Jerusalem which are illegal under international law, and reiterates its request to Israel, the occupying Power, to stop all violations which are not in conformity with the provisions of the relevant UNESCO conventions, resolutions and decisions; Also regrets the Israeli refusal to implement the UNESCO request to the Director-General to appoint a permanent representative to be stationed in East Jerusalem to report on a regular basis about all aspects covering the fields of competence of UNESCO in East Jerusalem, and reiterates its request to the Director-General to appoint, as soon as possible, the above-mentioned representative; II        Reconstruction and development of Gaza Deeply deplores the ongoing military developments around the Gaza Strip and their heavy toll of civilian casualties as well as their continuous negative impact in the fields of competence of UNESCO; Deplores the continuous Israeli closure of the Gaza Strip, which harmfully affects the free and sustained movement of personnel, students and humanitarian relief items and requests Israel to immediately ease this closure; Thanks the Director-General for initiatives that have already been implemented in Gaza in the fields of education, culture and youth and for the safety of media professionals, calls upon her to continue her active involvement in the reconstruction of Gaza’s damaged educational and cultural components and reiterates , in this regard, its request to her to upgrade the UNESCO Antenna in Gaza and to organize, as soon as possible, an information meeting on the current situation in Gaza in the fields of competence of UNESCO and on the outcome of the projects conducted by UNESCO; III. (...) Document Type: Annex , Arabic text , Chinese text , Decision , French text , Russian text , Spanish text Document Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Subject: Assistance , Education and culture , Gaza Strip , Golan Heights , Holy places , Jerusalem Publication Date: 09/07/2020 URL source: https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000373861?
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ANNEX I PROGRAMME AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS COMMISSION (PX)  Item 22        OCCUPIED PALESTINE DRAFT DECISION The Executive Board, Having examined document 214 EX/22, Recalling the provisions of the four Geneva Conventions (1949) and their additional Protocols (1977), the 1907 Hague Regulations on Land Warfare, the Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict (1954) and its additional Protocols, the Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property (1970) and the Convention for the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage (1972), the inscription of the Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls at the request of Jordan on the World Heritage List (1981) and on the List of World Heritage in Danger (1982), and the recommendations, resolutions and decisions of UNESCO on the protection of cultural heritage, as well as resolutions and decisions of UNESCO relating to Jerusalem, also recalling previous UNESCO decisions relating to the reconstruction and development of Gaza as well as UNESCO decisions on the two Palestinian sites in Al-Khalil/Hebron and in Bethlehem, Affirming that nothing in the current decision, which aims, inter alia , at the safeguarding of the cultural heritage of Palestine and the distinctive character of East Jerusalem, shall in any way affect the relevant Security Council and United Nations resolutions and decisions on the legal status of Palestine and Jerusalem, including United Nations Security Council resolution 2334 (2016), Taking note of the letters addressed to the Director-General by the Permanent Delegations of Palestine and Jordan to UNESCO in 2021 and 2022 concerning the sub-sections below, I         Jerusalem Reaffirming the importance of the Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls for the three monotheistic religions, Bearing in mind that all legislative and administrative measures and actions taken by Israel, the occupying Power, which have altered or purport to alter the character and status of the Holy City of Jerusalem, and in particular the “basic law” on Jerusalem, are null and void and must be rescinded forthwith, Recalling the twenty one decisions of the Executive Board: 185 EX/Decision 14, 187 EX/Decision 11, 189 EX/Decision 8, 190 EX/Decision 13, 192 EX/Decision 11, 194 EX/Decision 5.I.D, 195 EX/Decision 9, 196 EX/Decision 26, 197 EX/Decision 32, 199 EX/Dec 19.1, 200 EX/Decision 25, 201 EX/Decision 30, 202 EX/Decision 38, 204 EX/Decision 25 and 205 EX/Decision 28, 206 EX/Decision 32, 207 EX/Decision 38, 209 EX/Decision 24, 210 EX/Decision 36,  211 EX/Decision 33 and 212 EX/Decision 43, and the eleven World Heritage Committee decisions: 34 COM/7A.20, 35 COM/7A.22, 36 COM/7A.23, 37 COM/7A.26, 38 COM/7A.4, 39 COM/7A.27, 40 COM/7A.13, 41 COM/7A.36, 42 COM/7A.21, 43 COM/7A.22 and 44 COM/7A.10; Regrets the failure of the Israeli occupying authorities to cease the persistent excavations, tunnelling, works and projects in East Jerusalem, particularly in and around the Old City of Jerusalem which are illegal under international law and reiterates its request to Israel, the occupying Power, to stop all violations which are not in conformity with the provisions of the relevant UNESCO conventions, resolutions and decisions; Also regrets the Israeli refusal to implement the UNESCO request to the Director-General to appoint a permanent representative to be stationed in East Jerusalem to report on a regular basis about all aspects covering the fields of competence of UNESCO in East Jerusalem, and reiterates its request to the Director-General to appoint, as soon as possible, the above-mentioned representative; II        Reconstruction and development of Gaza Deeply deplores the ongoing military developments around the Gaza Strip and their heavy toll of civilian casualties as well as their continuous negative impact in the fields of competence of UNESCO; Deplores the continuous Israeli closure of the Gaza Strip, which harmfully affects the free and sustained movement of personnel, students and humanitarian relief items and requests Israel to immediately ease this closure; Thanks the Director-General for initiatives that have already been implemented in Gaza in the fields of education, culture and youth and for the safety of media professionals, calls upon her to continue her active involvement in the reconstruction of Gaza’s damaged educational and cultural components and reiterates , in this regard, its request to her to upgrade the UNESCO Antenna in Gaza and to organize, as soon as possible, an information meeting on the current situation in Gaza in the fields of competence of UNESCO and on the outcome of the projects conducted by UNESCO; III The two Palestinian sites of Al-Haram Al-Ibrahimi/Tomb of the Patriarchs in AlKhalil/Hebron and the Bilal Ibn Rabah Mosque/Rachel’s Tomb in Bethlehem Reaffirms that the two concerned sites located in Al-Khalil/Hebron and in Bethlehem are an integral part of the Occupied Palestinian Territory, and shares the conviction affirmed by the international community that the two sites are of religious significance for Judaism, Christianity and Islam; Deplores the ongoing Israeli excavations, works, construction of private roads for settlers and of a Wall inside the Old City of Al-Khalil/Hebron which are illegal under international law and harmfully affect the authenticity and integrity of the site, and the subsequent denial of freedom of movement and freedom of access to places of worship and asks Israel, the occupying Power, to end all violations which are not in conformity with the provisions of relevant UNESCO conventions, resolutions and decisions; Regrets the visual impact of the Wall on the site of Bilal Ibn Rabah Mosque/Rachel’s Tomb in Bethlehem as well as the strict ban on access of Palestinian Christian and Muslim worshippers to the site, and demands that the Israeli authorities restore the original character of the landscape around the site and lift the ban on access to it; IV         Decides to include these matters under an item entitled “Occupied Palestine” in the agenda at its 215th session, and invites the Director-General to submit to it a progress report thereon. (...) Item 23      Implementation of 41 C/Resolution 51 and 212 EX/Decision 44 concerning educational and cultural institutions in the occupied Arab territories (214 EX/23) The Programme and External Relations Commission recommended that the Executive Board adopt the following draft decision: The Executive Board, Having considered documents 214 EX/22 and 214 EX/23, Recalling its previous decisions concerning “Educational and Cultural Institutions in the Occupied Arab Territories”, Decides to include this item in the agenda of its 215th session and invites the Director-General to submit to it a follow-up report thereon. ANNEX   PROGRAMME AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS COMMISSION (PX)  Item 23           IMPLEMENTATION OF 41 C/RESOLUTION 51 AND 212 EX/DECISION 44 CONCERNING EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE OCCUPIED ARAB TERRITORIES DRAFT DECISION The Executive Board, I         OCCUPIED PALESTINE Recalling 185 EX/Decision 36 and 38 C/Resolution 72 as well as Article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights with regard to the right to education, Articles 24, 50 and 94 of the Fourth Geneva Convention with regard to the denial of the right of children to education, as well as the Hague Convention (1954) and its additional Protocols and the Convention for the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage (1972), also recalling the International Court of Justice’s Advisory Opinion of 9 July 2004 on the “ Legal Consequences of the Construction of a Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territory ” , Having examined documents 214 EX/22 and 214 EX/23, Committed to the safeguarding of monuments, works of art, manuscripts, books and other historical and cultural properties to be protected in the event of conflict, as well as the safeguarding of schools and all educational facilities, Deplores the damaging impact of the military confrontations on the fields of competence of UNESCO in the Gaza Strip, particularly education and cultural institutions; Deeply concerned by the Israeli army violations against Palestinian universities and schools, demands that the Israeli authorities immediately halt actions that violate UNESCO principles and the provisions of the world declaration for education for all (1990) and reaffirms , in this regard, that schools, universities and cultural heritage sites enjoy special protection and should not be targeted; Expresses its growing concern about the harmful impact of the Wall on the activities of educational and cultural institutions, and demands , in this regard, that Israel, the occupying Power, cease all of its settlement activities, including the construction of the Wall and other measures aimed at altering the character, status and demographic composition of the Occupied Palestinian territory, including in and around East Jerusalem and the Cremisan Monastery in the Bethlehem Governorate, which harm the social fabric of Palestinian society and prevent Palestinian school children and students from exercising fully their right to education; Notes with deep concern the Israeli censorship of the Palestinian curricula of schools and universities in East Jerusalem, and urges the Israeli authorities to immediately halt this censorship; Expresses its appreciation for the substantial contributions of all concerned Member States and intergovernmental organizations and non-governmental organizations to UNESCO’s action in Palestine as well as for building of schools for Palestinian children such as the school of Tana, near Nablus and the two schools in Khan Al-Ahmar and in Abu Nuwar near Jerusalem, and appeals to them to continue assisting UNESCO in this endeavour; Deeply regrets the destruction by the Israeli authorities of schools, including the school in Abu Nuwar and the school in Tana, and calls on the Israeli authorities to halt plans for further demolition, including of the school in Khan Al-Ahmar; Thanks the Director-General for the results that have been obtained in favour of the protection, reconstruction, rehabilitation and restoration of the Palestinian archaeological sites and cultural heritage, invites her to reinforce her action in this regard and to strengthen UNESCO’s assistance to the Palestinian educational and cultural institutions in order to address the needs for capacity building in UNESCO’s fields of competence by, inter alia , expanding the financial assistance programme for Palestinian students and school children, and requests her to organize, as soon as possible, the ninth meeting of the Joint UNESCO-Palestine Committee; II        OCCUPIED SYRIAN GOLAN Also invites the Director-General: to continue the efforts she is making to preserve the human, social and cultural fabric of the occupied Syrian Golan, in accordance with the relevant provisions of its decisions; to undertake efforts to offer appropriate curricula, and to provide more grants and adequate assistance to the educational and cultural institutions of the occupied Syrian Golan; to dispatch an expert to assess and evaluate the needs of the educational and cultural institutions in the occupied Syrian Golan and report to her before the 215th session of the Executive Board; Ill  Decides to include this item in the agenda of its 215th session, and invites the Director-General to submit to it a progress report thereon. /… Document Type: Draft decision Document Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Subject: Education and culture , Fourth Geneva Convention , Gaza Strip , Golan Heights , Holy places , Jerusalem Publication Date: 12/04/2022 URL source: https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000381211?
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Decisions Adopted by the UNESCO Executive Board at its 209th Session (Excerpts) - Question of Palestine Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: Home Key Topics Key issues at stake The Quartet History Fast facts The Committee Background Bureau Membership Mandate and Objectives Areas of Activities Reports Statements Newsletters Events Upcoming Events Committee Meetings International Conferences and Side Events Delegation visits Solidarity Day Capacity Building Programme Document Database Search Document Collection Map Collection Civil Society Overview Responsibilities of Civil Society Partners NGO Action News Get accredited Benefits of accreditation Civil Society Partners UN System FAQ Search for: Decisions Adopted by the UNESCO Executive Board at its 209th Session (Excerpts) Home / Decisions Adopted by the UNESCO Executive Board at its 209th Session (Excerpts) Decisions Adopted by the UNESCO Executive Board at its 209th Session (Excerpts) 209 EX/Decisions Unedited Executive Board Paris, 17 July 2020 DECISIONS ADOPTED BY THE EXECUTIVE BOARD AT ITS 209th SESSION Arabic: العربية Chinese: 中文 Español  Français  Russian: Русский  /… PROGRAMME AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS COMMISSION (PX)  Item 24        OCCUPIED PALESTINE DRAFT DECISION The Executive Board, Having examined document 209 EX/24, Recalling the provisions of the four Geneva Conventions (1949) and their additional Protocols (1977), the 1907 Hague Regulations on Land Warfare, the Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict (1954) and its additional Protocols, the Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property (1970) and the Convention for the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage (1972), the inscription of the Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls at the request of Jordan on the World Heritage List (1981) and on the List of World Heritage in Danger (1982), and the recommendations, resolutions and decisions of UNESCO on the protection of cultural heritage, as well as resolutions and decisions of UNESCO relating to Jerusalem, also recalling previous UNESCO decisions relating to the reconstruction and development of Gaza as well as UNESCO decisions on the two Palestinian sites in Al-Khalil/Hebron and in Bethlehem, Affirming that nothing in the current decision, which aims, inter alia , at the safeguarding of the cultural heritage of Palestine and the distinctive character of East Jerusalem, shall in any way affect the relevant Security Council and United Nations resolutions and decisions on the legal status of Palestine and Jerusalem, including United Nations Security Council resolution 2334 (2016), Taking note of the letters addressed to the Director-General by the Permanent Delegations of Palestine and Jordan to UNESCO in 2019 and 2020 concerning the sub-sections below,       I            Jerusalem Reaffirming the importance of the Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls for the three monotheistic religions, Bearing in mind that all legislative and administrative measures and actions taken by Israel, the occupying Power, which have altered or purport to alter the character and status of the Holy City of Jerusalem, and in particular the “basic law” on Jerusalem, are null and void and must be rescinded forthwith, Recalling the seventeen decisions of the Executive Board: 185 EX/Decision 14, 187 EX/Decision 11, 189 EX/Decision 8, 190 EX/Decision 13, 192 EX/Decision 11, 194 EX/Decision 5.I.D, 195 EX/Decision 9, 196 EX/Decision 26, 197 EX/Decision 32, 199 EX/Dec.19.1, 200 EX/Decision 25, 201 EX/Decision 30, 202 EX/Decision 38, 204 EX/Decision 25 and 205 EX/Decision 28, 206 EX/Decision 32 and 207 EX/Decision 38, and the ten World Heritage Committee decisions: 34 COM/7A.20, 35 COM/7A.22, 36 COM/7A.23, 37 COM/7A.26, 38 COM/7A.4, 39 COM/7A.27, 40 COM/7A.13, 41 COM/7A.36, 42 COM/7A.21 and 43 COM/7A.22; Regrets the failure of the Israeli occupying authorities to cease the persistent excavations, tunnelling, works and projects in East Jerusalem, particularly in and around the Old City of Jerusalem which are illegal under international law, and reiterates its request to Israel, the occupying Power, to stop all violations which are not in conformity with the provisions of the relevant UNESCO conventions, resolutions and decisions; Also regrets the Israeli refusal to implement the UNESCO request to the Director-General to appoint a permanent representative to be stationed in East Jerusalem to report on a regular basis about all aspects covering the fields of competence of UNESCO in East Jerusalem, and reiterates its request to the Director-General to appoint, as soon as possible, the above-mentioned representative;       II          Reconstruction and development of Gaza Deeply deplores the ongoing military developments around the Gaza Strip and their heavy toll of civilian casualties as well as their continuous negative impact in the fields of competence of UNESCO; Deplores the continuous Israeli closure of the Gaza Strip, which harmfully affects the free and sustained movement of personnel, students and humanitarian relief items and requests Israel to immediately ease this closure; Thanks the Director-General for initiatives that have already been implemented in Gaza in the fields of education, culture and youth and for the safety of media professionals, calls upon her to continue her active involvement in the reconstruction of Gaza’s damaged educational and cultural components and reiterates , in this regard, its request to her to upgrade the UNESCO Antenna in Gaza and to organize, as soon as possible, an information meeting on the current situation in Gaza in the fields of competence of UNESCO and on the outcome of the projects conducted by UNESCO; III The two Palestinian sites of Al-Haram Al-Ibrahimi/Tomb of the Patriarchs in AlKhalil/Hebron and the Bilal Ibn Rabah Mosque/Rachel’s Tomb in Bethlehem Reaffirms that the two concerned sites located in Al-Khalil/Hebron and in Bethlehem are an integral part of the Occupied Palestinian Territory, and shares the conviction affirmed by the international community that the two sites are of religious significance for Judaism, Christianity and Islam; Deplores the ongoing Israeli excavations, works, construction of private roads for settlers and of a Wall inside the Old City of Al-Khalil/Hebron which are illegal under international law and harmfully affect the authenticity and integrity of the site, and the subsequent denial of freedom of movement and freedom of access to places of worship and asks Israel, the occupying Power, to end all violations which are not in conformity with the provisions of relevant UNESCO conventions, resolutions and decisions; Regrets the visual impact of the Wall on the site of Bilal Ibn Rabah Mosque/Rachel’s Tomb in Bethlehem as well as the strict ban on access of Palestinian Christian and Muslim worshippers to the site, and demands that the Israeli authorities restore the original character of the landscape around the site and lift the ban on access to it;                       IV Decides to include these matters under an item entitled “Occupied Palestine” in the agenda at its 210th session, and invites the Director-General to submit to it a progress report thereon. 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ANNEX TO THE DOCUMENT During the reporting period, the following correspondence has been received by the Secretariat in relation to this item: Date From Subject 10 October 2019   Ambassador, Alternate Permanent Delegate of Palestine to UNESCO, with enclosed letter from the Palestinian Institute for Biodiversity and Sustainability of the Bethlehem University Palestine Land of Olives and Vines – Cultural Landscape of Southern Jerusalem, Battir 18 December 2019   Ambassador, Permanent Delegate of Jordan to UNESCO and Ambassador, Permanent Delegate of Palestine to UNESCO The Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls 17 January 2020 Ambassador, Alternate Permanent Delegate of Palestine to UNESCO Hebron/Al- Khalīl Old Town 22 January 2020 Ambassador, Permanent Delegate of Jordan to UNESCO and Ambassador, Permanent Delegate of Palestine to UNESCO The Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls 27 January 2020 Ambassador, Alternate Permanent Delegate of Palestine to UNESCO Hebron/Al- Khalīl Old Town 29 April 2020 Ambassador, Alternate Permanent Delegate of Palestine to UNESCO, with enclosed letter from the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Hebron/Al- Khalīl Old Town 18 May 2020 Ambassador, Permanent Delegate of Palestine to UNESCO Hebron/Al- Khalīl Old Town 17 June 2020 Ambassador of Israel to International Organizations The Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls   (209 EX/SR.5) 25 Implementation of 40 C/Resolution 67 and 207 EX/Dec.39 concerning educational and cultural institutions in the occupied Arab territories (209 EX/25, 209 EX/37) The Executive Board, Having considered documents 209 EX/24 and 209 EX/25, as well as the annex to this decision, Recalling its previous decisions concerning “Educational and Cultural Institutions in the Occupied Arab Territories”, Decides to include this item in the agenda of its 210th session, and invites the DirectorGeneral to submit to it a follow-up report thereon. – – – – – – – – – – ANNEX I PROGRAMME AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS COMMISSION (PX)  Item 25               IMPLEMENTATION OF 40 C/RESOLUTION 67 AND 207 EX/DECISION 39 CONCERNING EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE OCCUPIED ARAB TERRITORIES DRAFT DECISION The Executive Board,           I         OCCUPIED PALESTINE Recalling 185 EX/Decision 36 and 38 C/Resolution 72 as well as Article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights with regard to the right to education, Articles 24, 50 and 94 of the Fourth Geneva Convention with regard to the denial of the right of children to education, as well as the Hague Convention (1954) and its additional Protocols and the Convention for the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage (1972), also recalling the International Court of Justice’s Advisory Opinion of 9 July 2004 on the “ Legal Consequences of the Construction of a Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territory ” , Having examined documents 209 EX/24 and 209 EX/25, Committed to the safeguarding of monuments, works of art, manuscripts, books and other historical and cultural properties to be protected in the event of conflict, as well as the safeguarding of schools and all educational facilities, Deplores the damaging impact of the military confrontations on the fields of competence of UNESCO in the Gaza Strip, particularly education and cultural institutions; Deeply concerned by the Israeli army violations against Palestinian universities and schools, demands that the Israeli authorities immediately halt actions that violate UNESCO principles and the provisions of the world declaration for education for all (1990) and reaffirms , in this regard, that schools, universities and cultural heritage sites enjoy special protection and should not be targeted; Expresses its growing concern about the harmful impact of the Wall on the activities of educational and cultural institutions, and demands , in this regard, that Israel, the occupying Power, cease all of its settlement activities, including the construction of the Wall and other measures aimed at altering the character, status and demographic composition of the Occupied Palestinian territory, including in and around East Jerusalem and the Cremisan Monastery in the Bethlehem Governorate, which harm the social fabric of Palestinian society and prevent Palestinian school children and students from exercising fully their right to education; Notes with deep concern the Israeli censorship of the Palestinian curricula of schools and universities in East Jerusalem, and urges the Israeli authorities to immediately halt this censorship; Expresses its appreciation for the substantial contributions of all concerned Member States and intergovernmental organizations and non-governmental organizations to UNESCO’s action in Palestine as well as for building of schools for Palestinian children such as the school of Tana, near Nablus and the two schools in Khan Al-Ahmar and in Abu Nuwar near Jerusalem, and appeals to them to continue assisting UNESCO in this endeavour; Deeply regrets the destruction by the Israeli authorities of schools, including the school in Abu Nuwar and the school in Tana, and calls on the Israeli authorities to halt plans for further demolition, including of the school in Khan Al-Ahmar; Thanks the Director-General for the results that have been obtained in favour of the protection, reconstruction, rehabilitation and restoration of the Palestinian archaeological sites and cultural heritage, invites her to reinforce her action in this regard and to strengthen UNESCO’s assistance to the Palestinian educational and cultural institutions in order to address the needs for capacity building in UNESCO’s fields of competence by, inter alia , expanding the financial assistance programme for Palestinian students and school children, and requests her to organize, as soon as possible, the ninth meeting of the Joint UNESCO-Palestine Committee;           II        OCCUPIED SYRIAN GOLAN Also invites the Director-General: to continue the efforts she is making to preserve the human, social and cultural fabric of the occupied Syrian Golan, in accordance with the relevant provisions of its decisions; to undertake efforts to offer appropriate curricula, and to provide more grants and adequate assistance to the educational and cultural institutions of the occupied Syrian Golan; to dispatch an expert to assess and evaluate the needs of the educational and cultural institutions in the occupied Syrian Golan and report to her before the 210th session of the Executive Board; Ill Decides to include this item in the agenda of its 210th session, and invites the Director-General to submit to it a progress report thereon. ANNEX TO THE DOCUMENT During the reporting period, the following correspondence has been received by the Secretariat in relation to this item: Date From Subject 29 November 2019 Alternate Permanent Delegate of Palestine to UNESCO Educational, Cultural, Media and Health Institutions 23 January 2020 Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates of Palestine Educational Institutions: UNRWA Schools 13 May 2020 President, Palestinian National Commission for Education, Culture and Science Closure of Palestine TV Offices Document Type: Annex , Arabic text , Chinese text , Decision , Draft decision , French text , Russian text , Spanish text Document Sources: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Subject: Assistance , Education and culture , Holy places , Jerusalem Publication Date: 17/07/2020 URL source: https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000373889?
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Also recalling the thirteen decisions of the Executive Board: 185 EX/Decision 14, 187 EX/Decision 11, 189 EX/Decision 8, 190 EX/Decision 13, 192 EX/Decision 11, 194 EX/Decision 5.I.D, 195 EX/Decision 9, 196 EX/Decision 26, 197 EX/Decision 32, 199 EX/Decision 19.1, 200 EX/Decision 25, 201 EX/Decision 30 and 202 EX/Decision 38 and the eight World Heritage Committee decisions: 34 COM/7A.20, 35 COM/7A.22, 36 COM/7A.23, 37 COM/7A.26, 38 COM/7A.4, 39 COM/7A.27, 40 COM/7A.13, and 41 COM/7A.36, 7. (...) Having considered documents 204 EX/25 and Add. and Corr. and 204 EX/26 and Corr., and the annex to this decision, 204 EX/Decisions – page 32 2. Recalling its previous decisions concerning “Educational and Cultural Institutions in the Occupied Arab Territories”, 3. (...) ANNEX 204 EX/PX/DR.26.3 PARIS, 6 April 2018 Original: English Executive Board Two hundred and fourth session PROGRAMME AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS COMMISSION (PX) Item 26 IMPLEMENTATION OF 39 C/RESOLUTION 55 AND 202 EX/DECISION 39 CONCERNING EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE OCCUPIED ARAB TERRITORIES DRAFT DECISION Submitted by: Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Qatar and Sudan 26.I OCCUPIED PALESTINE The Executive Board, 1.
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