Steps taken by UN for elimination of racial discrimination in South Africa

The UN passed several resolutions banning Racial Discrimination. In 1974 the Assembly established an 18 member committee known as the “Special Committee against Apartheid”. It implemented resolutions of the UN as to the boycott of South Africa in the spheres of sports and culture in 1977. The International Conference on Sanctions against South Africa (Paris, May 1981) called for the imposition of sanctions against South Africa and international action to isolate her.


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Universal Declaration of Human Rights

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