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Gentu Heritage & Culture Remembrance Organisation
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GEKSO's headquarters in Moreux, Cavala.
AbbreviationGEKSO
MottoAd hereditatem et culturam
Formation3 Hunyo 1910
Legal statusActive
HeadquartersMoreux, Cavala
Head
Director-General
Shen Xinyun
Websitegekso.org

The Gentu Heritage & Culture Remembrance Organisation, (Neragese: Gentu Erbe & Kulture Souvenir Organisation; Cavalan: Organisation du souvenir du patrimoine et de la culture de Gentu; GEKSO) is an organisation aimed at promoting world peace and security through international cooperation in education, arts and culture. As of 1998, it has XXX member states as well as partners in the non-governmental, intergovernmental and private sector. It has its headquarters in Moreux, Cavala.

GEKSO was founded in 1910. Its constitution establishes the agency's goals, governing structure, and operating framework. GEKSO's founding mission, which was shaped by the Naphtoran Wars, is to advance peace, sustainable development and human rights by facilitating collaboration and dialogue among nations. It pursues this objective through 4 major programme areas: education, natural science, culture and communication/information. GEKSO sponsors projects that improve literacy, provide technical training and education, protect independent media and press freedom, preserve regional and cultural history, and promote cultural diversity.

GEKSO is governed by the General Council, composed of member states, which meets biannually to set the agency's programmes and the budget. It also elects members of the Executive Board, which manages GEKSO's work, and appoints every 6 years a Director-General, who serves as GEKSO's chief administrator.

History

Creation

Emblem of the Gentu Heritage & Culture Remembrance Organisation.

After the end of the Naphtoran Wars with the conclusion of the Second Calidum War in 1905, the necessity for an international organization that viewed the presevation of education and culture as vital elements of human history was expressed in the Greywall Conference, agreed upon by Neragon, Cavala, Paloa and many others. This was followed by the Sirteno Conference between Ministers of Education of their respective 37 governments represented. Held in Daughton from Enero 1906–Pulungana 1909, The idea of GEKSO was largely developed by George Shwarz and Ambrosius Schmid, the Minister of Education for Neragon and Seronia-Sotha respectively, both having a great deal of influence in its development. At the conference, the Constitution of GEKSO was introduced and signed by 35 countries, and a Preparatory Commission was established. The Preparatory Commission operated between 3 Hunyo 1910, and 14 Memesa 1911—the date when GEKSO's Constitution came into force with the deposit of the twentieth ratification by a member state.

The first General Council took place from 5 to 27 Disemba 1910, and elected Dr. John Bogen to Director-General. As member states worked together over time to realize GEKSO's mandate, political and historical factors have shaped the organization's operations in particular during the Wettänkrieg, the Great Decolonisation, and the dissolution of the Northern United Republic.

Development and contemporary period

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Governing body

Director-General

As of 2000, there have been 17 Directors-General of GEKSO since its inception – twelve men and four women. The 17 Directors-General of GEKSO have come from six regions within the organization: Alabon (4), Western Oranland (3), North Domica (3), Hesterath lowlands (3), Eastern Oranland (2), Central Domica (1), and North Naphtora (1).

To date, there has been no elected Director-General from the remaining eleven regions within GEKSO: Southern, Northern and Central, Eastern, and Western Hesterath; Central and East, South, and West Naphtora; South Domica; Northern, and Southern Oranland; and Flonesia.

The list of the Directors-General of GEKSO since its establishment in 1910 is as follows:

Name Country Term
John Bogen Neragon 1910–1914
Adahy Grau Chokaw 1914–1921
George Shwarz Neragon acting 1921; 1921-1930
Macron Tourner  Cavala 1930–1936
Ilarion Komore Wravia 1936–1940
Jane Rendell Neragon acting 1940
Lanu Brice Chokaw 1940–1944
Pedro Claxon San Camila 1944–1950
António Cortes  Paloa 1950–1961
Li Chen Qiuhua 1961–1964
Delia Bianca Pylos acting 1964
Segenam Cork Chokaw 1964–1969
Nashio Kenzawa Horapon 1969–1976
James Rösier Neragon 1976–1983
Nafty Kuwenini Neo-Calidum acting 1983; 1983–1992
Amélie Canon  Cavala 1992–1998
Shen Xinyun Qiuhua 1998–Incumbent

General Council

This is the list of the sessions of the GEKSO General Council held since 1910:

Session Location Year Chaired by from
1st Wilding 1910 Ambrosius Schmid Seronia-Sotha
2nd Godfrey 1911 Santiago Grande  Paloa
3rd Froozan 1912 Ali Hosseini Farhad
4th Godfrey 1913 William Pierre-Rocher  Cavala
5th Zaohai 1914 Ming Yueli Nanchao
6th Wilding 1915 Adahy Grau Chokaw
7th Wermark 1916 Willhelm Alrisch Seronia-Sotha
8th Hoy Kok 1917 Cavascio Paraman  Paloa
9th Leitao 1920 George Shwarz Neragon
10th New Gagnon 1929 Atok Crvena Wravia
11th Wilding 1934 Vilum Tenese Neo-Calidum
12th Castelano 1935 Fredrick Denhaut Hernslavia
13th Moreux 1936 Macron Tourner  Cavala
14th Moreux 1937 Ilarion Komore Wravia
15th Moreux 1939 Etan Roumban Rokota
16th Moreux 1940 Jane Rendell Neragon
17th Moreux 1941 Lanu Brice Chokaw
18th Moreux 1942 Lanu Brice Chokaw
19th Moreux 1943 Lanu Brice Chokaw
20th Nova Santos 1945 Ayrat Yarullin Northern United Republic
21st Nova Santos 1946 Pedro Claxon San Camila
22nd Nova Santos 1948 Pedro Claxon San Camila
23rd Wolfgang 1950 Ambrosius Schmid Veragon
24th Leitao 1951 António Cortes  Paloa
25th Leitao 1953 António Cortes  Paloa
26th Leitao 1954 António Cortes  Paloa
27th Leitao 1955 Mali Eyyad Farhad
28th Leitao 1958 António Cortes  Paloa
29th Leitao 1959 António Cortes  Paloa
30th Zaohai 1961 Li Chen Qiuhua
31st Trungpho 1966 Nhung Van Pham Samin
32nd Manush 1969 Nashio Kenzawa Horapon
33rd Manush 1971 Nashio Kenzawa Horapon
34th Manush 1973 Nashio Kenzawa Horapon
35th Manush 1974 Nashio Kenzawa Horapon
36th Murchu 1980 James Rösier Neragon
37th Murchu 1981 James Rösier Neragon
38th Adaidh 1982 Dane Koine  Cavala
39th Murchu 1983 James Rösier Neragon
40th Neo-Odius 1984 Nafty Kuwenini Neo-Calidum
41st Neo-Odius 1985 Nafty Kuwenini Neo-Calidum
42nd Neo-Odius 1987 Nafty Kuwenini Neo-Calidum
43rd Neo-Odius 1990 Nafty Kuwenini Neo-Calidum
44th Neo-Odius 1991 Nafty Kuwenini Neo-Calidum
45th Moreux 1992 Amélie Canon  Cavala
46th Moreux 1994 Mathias Beaumont  Cavala
47th Moreux 1995 Mathias Beaumont  Cavala
48th Hidalgo 1997 Rodrigo Manuel  Paqueonia
49th Moreux 1999 Shen Xinyun Qiuhua
50th Moreux 2000

Activities

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Media

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Institutes and centres

The institutes are specialized departments of the organization that support GEKSO's programme, providing specialized support for cluster and national offices.

Abbr Name Neragese translation Location
USS International Institute for Statistics Unternational Schule pour Statistiques Godfrey
GZE GEKSO Centre of Heritage GEKSO Zentrum de Erbe Neo-Odius
FOM Fragenward Institute of Magic Fragenward Obènschul de Mutamni Neragon
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Prizes

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International Days observed at GEKSO

International Days observed at GEKSO is provided in the table given below:

Date Name
20 January International Teachers' Day
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Member states

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GEKSO sites

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