In November 2011, the 36th Session of General Conference of UNESCO approved of the proposal of the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) of the People’s Republic of China to establish the International Research and Training Centre for Science and Technology Strategy (CISTRAT) – a Category II Centre under the auspices of UNESCO. On May 14, 2012, H.E. WAN Gang, Minister of Science and Technology of China, and H.E. Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO, on behalf of the Chinese Government and UNESCO respectively, signed the Agreement regarding the establishment of CISTRAT. CISTRAT is based in Chinese Academy of Science and Technology for Development (CASTED), a research institute affiliated to MOST. It will act as an international platform for research and training on science, technology and innovation policy.
|UNESCO Information Seminar To Be Held in December|
|National Commission of the People\'s Republic of China for UNESCOwill holdthe fifth UNESCO information seminar in China from December 6-7, when experts from Natcom China, UNESCO Beijing Office, logal governments,higher education institutes andCategory II Centerswill presenttheir insights into UNESCO works for a variety of institutes in China.......Detail>>|