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14 November 1935
Pp 274/1/19 · Document · 1935.11.14
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Sir Arthur Willard, Director of the Press Section of the Foreign Office.

23 January 1936 (2)
Pp 274/1/73-76 · Document · 1936.01.23
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Geneva, 90th session of the League of Nations Council - Soviet move against Uruguay; work with F.P. Walters and J. Avenol on draft report on Danzig; reactions of Poles Danzigers; reactions of German Press and English Press.

Document · 1935.03.18
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Invitation to National Socialist demonstration: S. Lester refused the invitation, the Italian Consul di Lieto and the German Consul were the only ones to attend the demonstration; complaint from an American citizen attacked by SA men in Danzig; activities of the teachers organization; talk between K. Papée and A. Forster on Polish press; A. Forster regarded as a revisionist by the Polish opinion; A. Forster's official newspaper heading "Zurück zum Reich"; Government's proclamation on the Volkstag elections; A. Forster's elections appeal; National Socialist opening of elections campaign; German denunciation of the Treaty of Versailles military clauses; Zentrum Party meetings.

HURC-WCHR-PRC-* UN 183235 · Document · 1993.06.25
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The Conference focused on a wide range of human rights issues. With the adoption of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, the Conference called on Governements to promote and guarantee all human rights and made recommendations to strengthen the methods and mechanisms used by the United Nations in the field of human rights. The Conference was the first of its kind in 25 years and included 171 Members States and 1,000 non-governmental organizations.
Fatoumata Sire Diakite, of the Delegation of Mali, addresses correspondents during a press briefing.

HURC-WCHR-PRC-* UN 183237 · Document · 1993.06.25
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The Conference focused on a wide range of human rights issues. With the adoption of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, the Conference called on Governements to promote and guarantee all human rights and made recommendations to strengthen the methods and mechanisms used by the United Nations in the field of human rights. The Conference was the first of its kind in 25 years and included 171 Members States and 1,000 non-governmental organizations.
A press briefing given by (left to right): Fatoumata Sire Diakite, Mali Delegation, Roxanna Carrillo, UNIFEM, Charlotte Bunch, Director of the Centre for Women's Global Leadership at Rutgers University (United States), and Paul Hoeffel, Project Manager for Human Rights, Department of Public Information.

HURC-WCHR-PRC-* UN 183255 · Document · 1993.06.24
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The Conference focused on a wide range of human rights issues. With the adoption of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, the Conference called on Governements to promote and guarantee all human rights and made recommendations to strengthen the methods and mechanisms used by the United Nations in the field of human rights. The Conference was the first of its kind in 25 years and included 171 Members States and 1,000 non-governmental organizations.
Cornelio Sommaruga, President of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), addresses correspondents during a press briefing.

HURC-WCHR-PRC-* UN 183220 · Document · 1993.06.25
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The Conference focused on a wide range of human rights issues. With the adoption of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, the Conference called on Governements to promote and guarantee all human rights and made recommendations to strengthen the methods and mechanisms used by the United Nations in the field of human rights. The Conference was the first of its kind in 25 years and included 171 Members States and 1,000 non-governmental organizations.
Alois Mock, Conference President (centre), addressing the media during the final press briefing of the Conference. Also taking part in the meeting are Ibrahima Fall, Conference Secretary-General, and Therese Gastaut, spokesperson of the Conference.

HURC-WCHR-PRC-* UN 183236 · Document · 1993.06.25
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The Conference focused on a wide range of human rights issues. With the adoption of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, the Conference called on Governements to promote and guarantee all human rights and made recommendations to strengthen the methods and mechanisms used by the United Nations in the field of human rights. The Conference was the first of its kind in 25 years and included 171 Members States and 1,000 non-governmental organizations.
Charlotte Bunch, Director of the Centre for Women's Global Leadership at Rutgers University (United States), holds a press conference. With her is Paul Hoeffel, Project Manager for Human Rights, Department of Public Information.