Apartheid

Apartheid (, especially South African English: , Afrikaans: [aˈpartɦɛit]; transl. "separateness", lit. "aparthood") was a system of institutionalised racial segregation that existed in South Africa and South West Africa (now Namibia) from 1948 to the early 1990s. Apartheid was characterised by an authoritarian political culture based on baasskap (boss-hood or boss-ship), which ensured that South Africa was dominated politically, socially, and economically by the nation's minority white population.

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UN · 4 October 1973 English

In this resolution, the Assembly deplored the failure or the South African Government to comply with the repeated requests and demands of the General Assembly and of the Security Council …


UN · 1972 English

Special Committee on Apartheid was previously established by the General Assembly, in resolution 1761 (XVII) of 6 November 1962, as the Special Committee on the Policies of Apartheid of the Government of South Af [...] I. 8:111 i1iJII ill JL 1& tJEi I. REVlIm'1 OF THE WORK OF THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON APARTHEID A. Previous reports of the Special Committee to the General Assembly and the Security Council 7 draft convention on the suppression and punishment of the crime of apartheid, in co-operation with the Special Committee on Apartheid, and should submit the text of a draft convention to the General Assembly



UN · 1971 English

militant [...] In part F of the resolution, the General Assembly declared that the policies of apartheid of the Government of South Africa were a negation of the Charter of the United Nations and constituted legitimacy of the struggle of the people of South Africa to eliminate, by all means at their disposal, apartheid and racial discrimination and to a [...] It requested the Secretary-General to convene, early in


UN · 1993 English

The 19 participants included the Government of South Africa, the African National Congress of South Africa (ANC), the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP), the governments of the so-called "independent homelands" and …


UN · 1990 English

The Commission conducted consultations with the representatives of the International Olympic Committee, the World Boxing Council and the ;jouth African Non-Racial Olympic Committee. [...] The Commission took note of the …



UN · 1986 English

entered into a dialogue with the true representatives of the oppressed people for the elimination of apartheid and the establishment of a free, democratic and non-racidl South Africa, there would be no peace entry into force of the International Convention on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid (General Assembly resolution 1068 (XXVIII), annex). [...] He urged the Administration to pay heed


UN · 1981 English

intensified its apartheid ~olicies, declaring a state of emergency, banning the African Na.tional Congress and the Pan Africanist Congress and detaining thousands of opponents of apartheid. [...] Lut i on and other assistance to the victims of apartheid and the national liberation movement of South Africa; the promotion of maximum publicity for the evils of apartheid and international action to secure its brutal actions of the apartheid re.""ime in Soweto and other tmmships in 1976, the death in detention of Steve B'i.ko , and the extensive banning and imprisonment of opponents of apartheid in October 1977,


UN · 1985 English

Secretary-General to render, through the Department of Public Information and the Centre aqainst Apartheid of the Secretariat, aIl possible assistance to the Special Committee in disseminatinq information


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