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ICOMOS Statutes

ICOMOS Statutes
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ICOMOS is an association established in 1965, the International Council on Monuments and Sites, ICOMOS, is an international non-governmental organisation under French law(Law of 1 July 1901 relating to contract of association).

ICOMOS is an associate partner of the United Nations Educational,Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO).

The ICOMOS Ethical Principles complement these Statues and the ICOMOS Rules of Procedure and should be adhered to in conjunction with them.

All terms used in these Statutes to designate a person with responsibilities are to be interpreted as implying that women and men are equally eligible to exercise such responsibilities.

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