International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC)
Programme international pour le développement de la communication (PIDC)
Programa Internacional para el Desarrollo de la Comunicación (PIDC)
1980 Belgrade Yugoslavia
1980, Belgrade (Yugoslavia), by the General Conference of B-XB3383 - UNESCO.
Mobilize international support so as to contribute to sustainable development, democracy and good governance by strengthening the capacities of developing countries and countries in transition in the field of electronic and print media.
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Intergovernmental Council of the International Programme for the Development of Communication -- Conseil intergouvernemental du Programme international pour le développement de la communication -- Consejo Intergubernamental del Programa Internacional para el Desarrollo de la Comunicación (meets every 2 years, always in Paris (France) since 1984), composed of 39 member states. Bureau of the Intergovernmental Council, consisting of Chairperson, 3 Vice-Chairpersons, Rapporteur and 3 other members. Secretariat, administered by Director-General of UNESCO who appoints Director in charge of the Programme on recommendation of the Council.
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