Memory of the Future
George Orwell said that it was necessary to have a picture of the future before taking a rational political decision. Readers will find in this book off-the-cuff reflections on university education, the voicing of convictions grounded in the practice of democracy, the nuts and bolts of the concept of development, and the notes of a man, former Director-General of UNESCO, caught up by an ideal.
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Abu Simbel achieve activities ANNEXE archaeological areas assistance basic learning needs biosphere biosphere reserves capacities cation co-operation concerned Conference context convention coun CULTURAL AND NATURAL decision-makers democracy developing countries economic educa efforts ensure environment equity essential fact funding FUTURE global goals HERITAGE OF HUMANITY historic centre human rights ICCROM ICOMOS illiteracy implementation improve increasingly institutions international community involved Jomtien knowledge large number learners literacy live long-term meeting basic learning MEMORY ment million mobilize monuments museums National Park NATURAL HERITAGE non-governmental non-governmental organizations organizations participation partners partnerships peace plans of action political population possible PRESERVATION primary education priority problems promote protection regional relevant responsibilities role science and technology scientific scientists sectors share social society solidarity specific strengthen targets teachers technical tion UNESCO UNICEF United Nations World Conservation Union World Heritage Fund World Heritage List