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New Unesco head talks to Al Jazeera
Irina Bokova addresses the first world innovation summit for education in her new role as Unesco chief.
Last Modified: 18 Nov 2009 00:05 GMT

Irina Bokova was appointed director general of the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco) last month after a controversial election.

In Doha to address the first world innovation summit for education, her first public engagement in her new role, she speaks to Al Jazeera.

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