Joint ILO/UNESCO Committee of Experts on the Application of the Recommendations Concerning Teaching Personnel (CEART)
Comité conjoint OIT/UNESCO d'experts sur l'application des recommandations concernant le personnel enseignant
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Founded 1967, following Recommendation of B-XB2183 - ILO and B-XB3383 - UNESCO concerning Status of Teachers (1966), as Joint ILO-UNESCO Committee of Experts on the Application of the Recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers (CEART). Field enlarged following adoption by UNESCO of a Recommendation concerning the Status of Higher Education Teaching Personnel, 1997. Present name adopted, 2000.
Examine reports on the application of recommendations submitted by governments, national organizations representing teachers and their employers, the ILO and UNESCO and by relevant intergovernmental or non-governmental organizations; communicate findings to the ILO and UNESCO, so that they may take appropriate action; examine allegations from teachers' organizations on non-observance of recommendations.
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Joint Committee Session (every 3 years, alternatively at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, France and at ILO in Geneva, Switzerland).
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