I wish to pay a brief tribute to a man, a noble and distinguished African, whose work was of utmost relevance to many of UNESCO's concerns as expressed in the Director-General's Report - concerns such as the freedom of artistic expression, or the freedom from political persecution, or the rights of minorities, or the right to be protected from activities, on the part of governments or private companies, which lay waste to the environment.



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