HUMAN RIGHTS

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Memorandum on the administration of South West Africa and on the wishes of its people as to the future status of the mandated territory

Memorandum on the administration of South West Africa and on the wishes of its people as to the future status of the mandated territory

PRINCIPAL DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE CONSIDERATION BY THE UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATEMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA AND THE STATEMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA ARISING OUT OF RESOLUTION.....

PRINCIPAL DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE CONSIDERATION BY THE UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATEMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA AND THE STATEMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA ARISING OUT OF RESOLUTION 44 (1) ADOPTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY ON 8TH DECEMBER, 1946, REGARDING T

Reply to General Smuts

Reply to General Smuts

Speech by field Marshall Jan C Smuts of the Union of South Africa at Fifteenth Elementary Session.

Speech by field Marshall Jan C Smuts of the Union of South Africa at Fifteenth Elementary Session.

Report of the Treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa

Treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa

The General Assembly, at its forty-sixth plenary meeting, held on 31st October 1946, referred to the Joint First and Sixth Committee for consideration, the question of the treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa.

United States Delegation to the United Nations

United States Delegation to the United Nations

Text of remarks by Mr. Charles B. Fahy before a Joint meeting of Committee I and VI on the treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa.

JOINT FIRST AND SIXTH CCOMMITTEE DELEGATION OF COLOMBIA: . DRAFT RESOLUTION

JOINT FIRST AND SIXTH COMMITTEE
DELEGATION OF COLOMBIA: . DRAFT RESOLUTION

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
1. WHEREAS the following proposal was  unaninously approved by the
General Assembly at its session of 19 November 1946:

Delegation of India: Letter to the Secretary-General dated 20 November 1946

Delegation of India: Letter to the Secretary-General dated 20 November 1946

The Indian people betrayed certain Indian leaders agree to segregation

The Indian people betrayed certain Indian leaders agree to segregation

 A Catalogue of the Carter-Karis collection: Microfilm : Reel 15. No. 252 : EAI : 84/1

Anti- Segregation  : UNISA Council

CONFIRMATION OF TELEGRAPHED SUMMONS TO ATTEND A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE ASSOCIATION ON THE QUESTION OF THE INDIAN REPRESENTATION TO BE HELD AT PIETERMARITZBURG

NATAL MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION : OFFICIAL RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AT THE SPECIAL CONFERENCE OF THE ASSOCIATION HELD IN THE CITY HALL, DURBAN, ON FRIDAY THE 24th JANUARY 1947

Letter to the Right Hourable the Prime Minister

The South African Indian Organisation is grievously concerned with the statements that are being made by various ministers of the Government on the Indian question. These statements, we venture to submit, are calculated to future deteriorate the relationship.....
 

Writers and Human Rights abuses in Africa
INDIAN OPINION 1950-1961

Indian Opinion, a weekly newspaper, was first established and produced by Mohandas Gandhi ("Mahatma"), M.H. Nazar and Madanjit Viyavaharik in 1903 in the Natal Province. The newspaper focused on Indian rights, poor living conditions of indentured labourers and racial discrimination.

Theoria: a journal of studies in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences No.79 1992
Theoria: a journal of studies in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences No.75 1990
Presidential address to the Twelfth Annual National Conference of the Black Sash
Onslaught on human rights
Threshold of a new South Africa
Sash President attends YWCA Human Rights Conference
The Black Sash/Die Swart Serp

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