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HURC-PRM UN 64247 · Document · 1960.01.18
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The UN Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, which is now holding its 12th session, today continued consideration of the report on discrimination in religious matters prepared by Dr. Arcot Krishnaswami, of India. At the afternoon meeting, the Sub-Commission heard a statement on discrimination against women, by Mrs. Marie-Helene Lefaucheux (France), a representative of the UN Commission on the Status of Women.

Here, shortly before the meeting got under way, Dr. Krishnaswami is seen discussing a document with Mrs. Lefaucheux (centre); and Mrs. S. Grinberg-Vinaver, Chief of the UN Section on the Status of Women. Dr. Krishnaswami, in addition to being Special Rapporteur for the study of discrimination in the matter of religious rights and practices, was elected Vice-Chairman of this session of the Sub-Commission.

HURC-PRM UN 64167 · Document · 1960.01.14
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The UN Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, which is now holding its 12th session, this morning continued discussion of the report on discrimination in religious matters prepared by Dr. Arcot Krishnaswani, of India.
Here, two of the participants in the current session, Mrs. Zoya Vasilevna Mironova (USSR); and Dr. Franz Matsch (Austria), are seen exchanging views shortly before the meeting got under way.

HURC-PRM UN 64168 · Document · 1960.01.14
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The UN Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, which is now holding its 12th session, this morning continued discussion of the report on discrimination in religious matters prepared by Dr. Arcot Krishnaswani, of India.
Here, two of the participants in the current session, Professor Richard Hiscocks (left), of the United Kingdom; and Judge Philip Halpern, of the United States, are seen chatting shortly before the meeting got under way.