Programme for Palestinian-European-American Cooperation in Education (PEACE Programme)
1991-11-01 Jerusalem Israel
1 Nov 1991, Jerusalem (Israel), as Programme for Palestinian-European Academic Cooperation in Education, at a meeting of presidents of 12 European universities and their colleagues from 6 Palestinian universities. Sub-title: International University Network for Cooperation with Palestinian Higher Education Institutions -- Réseau universitaire international pour la coopération avec les institutions palestiniennes d'enseignement supérieur. Previously functioned as a component network of H-XK0527 - UNESCO Mediterranean Programme, based on T-XT7612 - International Convention on the Recognition of Studies, Diplomas and Degrees in Higher Education in the Arab States and European States Bordering on the Mediterranean. Currently functions as a component network of F-XF5362 - UNITWIN/UNESCO Chairs Programme - UNESCO Chair Programme.
Promote international cooperation with Palestinian universities; extend support to their institutional and staff development, and enhancement of the quality of their academic programmes.
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General Assembly (every 2 years). Steering Committee (meets twice a year), consisting of Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson, Secretary General, Treasurer and 6 other members. PEACE Programme Office at UNESCO in Paris (France).
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