Regional Center for Educational Planning (RCEP)
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Established by an agreement, signed 17 Oct 2003, between the government of the United Arab Emirates and B-XB3383 - UNESCO, preceded by a request submitted by the UAE delegation to the 31st UNESCO General Conference. Agreement ratified in 2004. Officially inaugurated, 14 Nov 2007. Agreement renewed: 7 May 2008; 2012 for the period 2012-2015, based on Resolution 390/C 2009. Also referred to as RCEP-UNESCO.
Build national and regional capacity for modern educational planning by targeting senior officials and technical staff of ministries of education, local level education offices and other ministries directly related to the education sector.
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Governing Board; Consultation Board. Departments (3): Training; Educational Researches and Consultation; Resources Management and Supportive Services.
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