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UNESCO would contribute to peace and security if it was able to promote co-operation among nations by improving men’s knowledge of one another, of others and of the world in which they lived, and by disseminating that knowledge through education and information. The terrible events which had taken place had made it clearly apparent that ignorance could be a cause of war, and that a collaborative and objective study was called for, conducted with the fruitful understanding that can be brought to bear by those who truly love mankind and have faith in its abilities.

The International Institute of Intellectual Co-operation, the predecessor of UNESCO, decided on 9 November 1946 to cease its activities on 31 December of that year. 111 The end of the 1940s 1947 THE FIRST STEPS The year 1947 was the first in the Organization’s life during which it would have to develop the programme approved by a General Conference. The first four months were devoted to reformulating the projects approved, planning and putting into operation a satisfactory organizational structure through the creation of new organs such as the Bureau of Administrative Planning and Budget and the remodeling of others such as the Bureau of the Comptroller, the Bureau of Personnel and the General Services, working out the best means of cooperation between the Executive Board and its committees on the one hand and the Secretariat on the other, and replacing the staff of the Preparatory Commission by a Secretariat for the definitive Organization working under a new set of regulations and rules.

The ultimate objective, proclaimed in its Constitution, is peace founded upon the intellectual moral solidarity of mankind. 6. CAME was dissolved on 31 December 1945 after a formal meeting with the Executive Committee of UNESCO. The Preparatory Commission Once the Preparatory Conference was over, the Preparatory Commission, whose programme of work has already been mentioned, commenced its activities. The Commission was presided over by Miss Ellen Wilkinson, and its first Executive Secretary was Sir Alfred Zimmern.

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