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In Buenos Aires, on the topic ‘Europe-Latin America’. The meeting took place in September 1936 at the Argentine PEN Club. The basic topic was ‘Current relations between European and American cultures’, focusing on mutual relations. The meeting was not very successful, and Stefan Zweig summed it up as follows: ‘To have the full value of reality, a meeting always involves knowledge of the subject, and we must openly admit that we Europeans are the weak side here, because we do not know enough about things in Latin America’; 8.
The idea of setting up an international organization was by now generally accepted. A letter was sent to the Government of the United States of America in which CAME indicated that ‘the objective of the reconstituted Conference would be to consider plans for the formation of a permanent organization . . on an international basis with the objective of promoting co-operation in educational matters in the post-war period’. The United States Government accepted this proposal, and in its reply acknowledged ‘the important preliminary work done by the Conference of Allied Ministers of Education’, recognizing it as ‘a useful agency for the further emergency development of international co-operation in educational and cultural reconstruction’.
Denmark 20 September 16. United States of America 30 September 5 October 17. Czechoslovakia 14 October 18. Brazil 28 October 19. Lebanon 4 November 20. ) The First General Conference: 20 November to 10 December 1946 On 19 November, France formally welcomed the new Organization. The ceremony took place at the Sorbonne, where delegates were received and greeted by Mr. Marcel A. Naegelon, Minister of Education of France, and Mr. Gustave Roussy, Rector of the University of Paris. Miss Ellen Wilkinson, President of the Preparatory Commission, was unable to be present because of illness, and she was represented by Mr.