UNESCO Office in Venice - UNESCO Regional Bureau for Science and Culture in Europe (BRESCE)
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Established 1971, as Regional Bureau for European Scientific Cooperation, by B-XB3383 - UNESCO, and located at UNESCO Headquarters. Transferred to Venice (Italy) and name changed, 1988, to UNESCO Regional Office for Science and Technology for Europe (ROSTE) -- Bureau régional de science et de technologie pour de l'UNESCO pour l'Europe. Name changed, 1999, UNESCO Regional Bureau for Science in Europe (ROSTE). Previously also referred to as UNESCO Venice Office - Regional Office for Science and Technology for Europe (UVO-ROSTE). Present name adopted in 2006.
Enhance UNESCO's role in scientific and cultural cooperation within the South East European region; foster East-West cooperation in Europe; increase scientific and cultural exchanges among countries of the Mediterranean.
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