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International Youth Exchange Programme
¦ This programme ended on 2010.

In efforts to contribute to the spreading of the UNESCO sprit, that is, to attain international peace and promote the welfare of humankind, the ACCU Nara Office is implementing the gACCU International Exchange Programme.h This is achieved by utilising gThe UNESCO/Japan Funds-in-Trust for the Promotion of International Cooperation and Mutual Understandingh through the support of Japanese government. The objective of this programme is to offer training and exchange opportunities for high school, college students, and teachers, as well as experts involved in UNESCO-related activities from UNESCO member countries, primarily from the Asia-Pacific region.
In order to foster a better understanding of Japanese cultural heritage protection system, and to deepen international goodwill and mutual understanding, the ACCU Nara Office invites young leaders engaged in cultural heritage protection to participate in extensive training and exchange programmes (involving lectures, practical training, open seminars, school visits etc).

¦ In 2009, this exchange programme is replaced by one of ACCU Invitation Programme for International Educational Exchange of Teachers and Professionals gScholars and Professionals Invitation Projectsh.

ACCU Nara International Youth Exchange Programme (2000`2008).
A total of 85 participants from 34 countries
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
9(9) 10(10) 11(11) 7(7) 10(10) 10(10) 9(9) 9(9) 10i10j

ACCU Nara Invitation Programme for International Educational Exchange of Teachers and Professionals (2009`2010).
A total of 22 participants from 17 countries
2009 2010              
11(11) 11(11)              

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