HUMAN RIGHTS

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South Africa Faces UNO

South Africa Faces UNO

South Africa in Transition: The Five Freedoms Conference
South African Indian Problem - Save South Africa

Pegging Act, Union Parliament, segregation, mistreatment of Indians, Purchase of property, Human rights, provincial barriers

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.

Speech by Mr G Heaton Nicholas

Speech by Mr G Heaton Nicholas

Before the Sixth Committee United Nations General Assembly

Speech by Mr G Heaton Nicholas

Speech by Mr G Heaton Nicholas(Union of South Africa) before the Joint 1st and 6th Committee)

Statement by Legal organisations on the Public Safety Bill and the Internal Security Bill

Statement by Legal organisations on the Public Safety Bill and the Internal Security Bill

Statement from Mrs Pandit. Address before Joint Committee 1 and 6

Statement from Mrs Pandit.

Address before Joint Committee 1 and 6

Statement of General Secretary of South African Council of Churches, Bishop Desmond Tutu, October 11, 1979

The statement of the General Secretary of the South African Council Of Churches made on October 11, 1979 regarding the serious allegations against SACC made by Louis le Grange, Minister of Police and Prisons.

Statement of the South African Indian Congress to the Members of the United Nations

Statement of the South African Indian Congress to the Members of the United Nations

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

Support across the board for a state with many religions in South Africa
The Black People's Convention (BPC) - South Africa: historical background and basic documents

The report contains historical background of the founding of the Black People's Convention, principles and aims of the BPC, the constitution, national and international relations and BPC viewpoints on education, land, human rights, farming, law etc

The Black Sash/Die Swart Serp
The Bloemfontein Charter
The campaign for independent medical supervision of detainees
The Children's Emergency (with particular reference to the Port Elizabeth Area): Paper Presented at National Conference 1986

The Children's Emergency (with particular reference to the Port Elizabeth Area): Paper Presented at National Conference on 15 March 1986 discussing children's rights, police brutality, state of emergency, juvenile detentions, taking of substitute siblings into custody, violence by police against

The concept of apartheid
The Freedom Charter as adopted at the Congress of the People on 26 June 1955
The Govenment`s plans: Why FOSATU rejects them

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