UNESCO Digital Library
Access Address: https://unesdoc.unesco.org/
The UNESCO Digital Library is a key tool to enable UNESCO’s mission to build peace in the minds of the people, in particular “by fostering mutual knowledge and understanding and promoting cooperation between nations in all branches of intellectual activity.
In more concrete terms, it provides access to publications, documents and other materials produced by UNESCO or related to UNESCO’s areas of competence.
These collections can be accessed online or physically.
The UNESCO Digital Library is constantly enriched with new publications and documents produced by UNESCO, as well as acquisitions and resources shared by other institutions and donations.
In addition, new digital materials are produced daily as part of an ongoing major “digitizing our shared UNESCO history” project, which allows the preservation and sharing of thousands of collectible items that were not previously available electronically. They will soon be integrated into the UNESCO Digital Library.
The UNESCO Digital Library is the repository of UNESCO’s institutional memory and a high-quality source of information on UNESCO activities (education, natural sciences, social and humanities, culture and communication, and information), with more than 350,000 documents 1945. UNESCO Library and UNESCO Field Offices It contains the collections of the UNESCO Archives, as well as the various documentation centers at its Institutes and Institutes. The main purpose of the UNESCO Digital Library is to share knowledge and pass it on to future generations.
Our collections include:
– UNESCO publications
– UNESCO sponsored publications
– Speeches of the General Manager from 1970 to the present
– Documents of UNESCO Governing Bodies
– Publications about UNESCO
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