International Commission for the New Edition of the History of the Scientific and Cultural Development of Humanity
Commission internationale pour la nouvelle édition de l'Histoire du développement scientifique et culturel de l'Humanité
1952-02-21 Paris France
21 Feb 1952, Paris (France), within the framework of B-XB3383 - UNESCO, as the First International Commission for a Scientific and Cultural History of Mankind, called International Commission for the Drafting of the History of the Scientific and Cultural Development of Humanity -- Commission internationale pour la rédaction de l'histoire du développement scientifique et culturel de l'Humanité. Present statutes of the second International Commission adopted 1987.
Take into account the accuracy of facts and events, recent progress in research and methodology, oral traditions to historical knowledge; ensure to lighten the contribution to the scientific and cultural development of mankind insufficiently known civilizations; ensures that any revision reaches the widest possible public and can be periodically updated.
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International Commission, 38 members (usually meets every two years) elects Bureau of 15 members (meets at least twice a year); President; Editorial Boards (7, one for each volume); General Secretariat, headed by Secretary General. Working groups convened by the Commission.
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