Is it a problem that has anything to do with students? The answer of course is yes, because apartheid involves humanity as a whole. While injustice exists everywhere in the world, it is only in South Africa that it is enshrined in the supreme law of the land.
|International Educational Assistance to Disadvantaged South Africans Proceedings of the Follow-up Conference organized by the United Nations Educational and Training Programme for Southern Africa New York, 8-9 September 1992||
In accordance with General Assembly resolution 46/80 of 13 December 1991. and as adopted in the Paris Statement by the International Conference on the Educational Needs of Disadvantaged South Africans (25 to 27 June 1991).
|The United Nations Trust Fund for South Africa||
The United Nations Trust Fund for South Africa
|The Education and Human Resources Development for a New, Non-Racial and Democratic South Africa||
The Education and Human Resources Development for a New, Non-Racial and Democratic South Africa.
|United Nations document||
United Nations (UN), international organization of countries created to promote world peace and cooperation. The UN was founded after World War II ended in 1945.
|Role of the public sector in promoting the economic development of developing countries||
Role of the public sector in promoting the economic development of developing countries
|GENERAL DISCUSSION OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL POLICY, INCLUDING REGIONAL AND SECTORAL DEVELOPMENTS||
GENERAL DISCUSSION OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL POLICY, INCLUDING REGIONAL AND SECTORAL DEVELOPMENTS
|The International League for the Rights of Man||
The International League for the Rights of Man
|A Note on the Indo-European Situation||
A Note on the Indo-European Situation
|Comment on Lake Success||
must adhere to the first principle the equality of man in his natural right -we must seek redress by constitutional moans and strive for the undoing of the wrong with patience , moderation and dignity.
|Comment on discussions at Lake Success||
A.I. Kajee : Comment on discussions at Lake Success
|The United Nations Weekly Bulletin||
The United Nations Weekly Bulletin
THE Joint Committee of the First and Sixth Committees continued at meetings on November 26, 27, 28 and 30 its discussions on the question of the treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa.......
|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.
|Doucument from the United Nations||
Document from the Department of Political and Security Council Affairs