The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is a UN agency concerned with contributing to peace by highlighting international cooperation in broader educational and cultural terms. The committee notably has more members than the UN General Assembly, consisting of 195 member states and 10 associated members, among them not independent states.
UNESCO is the central UN committee to coordinate efforts in education aligning with promoting sustainable development and cross-cultural dialogue. The committee is most famous for its work relating to maintaining, adding to and publishing the World Heritage List, which awards cultural and natural heritage site, as well as landscapes all over the world with special protected status.
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