December 1996
UNESCO Sources;Dec96, Issue 85, p20
Reports that United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Director-General Federico Mayor and American civil rights activist Leon Sullivan signed a cooperation agreement on October 26, 1996.


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