|Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XXIII No.3 Issued 29 March 1976|
|Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XV No. 4 Issued 24 May 1968|
|Civil Rights News Letter, September 1961|
|Report of the Treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa||
Report by the Government of India on the Resolution passed by the United Nations General Assembly on December 1946
|Memorandum to the members of the Indian and Pakistan delegations attending the Preliminary discussions with the Government of the South Africa||
There are so many forces bearing upon race relations all over the world that one of the greatest dangers to a local problem is to move it from its context on to the world stage where often happens that it is lost or submerged in the larger issues....
|Memorandum on the Position of Indians in the Union of South Africa submitted to the United Nations||
The existence of the Indian population in South Africa is not the result of any forcible or illegal entry of Indians into that country. It is, on the other hand, the result of organised emigration mutually agreed upon between the Goy.ernment of India and the Government of Natal.
|Minutes of Meeting of City Council's Representatives on Lawrence Committee (Meeting held on Friday, 22nd May 1942)||
Meeting held on Friday, 22nd May 1942
|Indians in the Union of South Africa||
Indians in the Union of South Africa
|The International League for the Rights of Man||
The International League for the Rights of Man
|South Africa defies United Nations what next ?||
South Africa defies United Nations what next ?
|Memorandum on the Nature and effects of Racial Discrimination in South Africa||
Memorandum submitted to the United Nations Commission
|The South African Black Middle Class: An Annotated Bibliography|
|Letter from Judith Layng to Paton|
|The Amateur Racialists||
An African in Britain.
|Editorial: After Vorster's Six Months|
|"A Tragic Misunderstanding"|
|Johannesburg: an opportunity missed|
|And how will we live?|
|Moving away from discrimination|
|The Black Sash/Die Swart Serp|