HUMAN RIGHTS

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A Gain for Human Rights
South Africa in Transition: The Five Freedoms Conference
Human Rights in a Diverse and Divided Society
Lawyers for Human Rights
The Human Rights Conference at the University of Cape Town
Liberalism and a Bill of Rights
Liberalism in a Divided Society
Sanctions
Constitutionsl guidelines for a democratic South Africa
Statements on Black Consciousness and human rights

The Southern African Catholic Bishops, in their Plenary Session of 4 February 1974, recommended that these pamphlets be studied as part of a pledge of reconciliation, between God and man and between all men, The other two pamphlets, attached to the above pamphlet, were entitled "A call to workers

The NUM Code of Conduct
Negotiations begin over mine Code of Conduct
Consultation in preparation for the meeting with law professors from white South Africa

Notes regarding a meeting to discuss and work out an agenda for an African National Congress meeting with South African Law professors.

Memorandum to the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development and Bantu Education

The memorandum provides a background to the political history of South Africa. The development of the policy of separate development and apartheid with a request for equal participation in decision making and administration at local and national government levels

Fifth Summit Conference of East and Central African States: Manifesto on Southern Africa

The Lusaka Manifesto, with a letter from the Representative of the Republic of Zambia requesting the Manifesto be circulated as an official document of the United Nations Security Council

Human rights and reparations
The concept of apartheid
Dr Dubois is ninety
Searchlight on the Liberal Party
Open letter to all detainees

An open letter, issued by the Southern African Catholic Bishops' Conference and published in the New Nation 2-8 April 1987, to all detainees accusing the South African President of abusing of human rights.

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