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HURC-HURD-73* UN 124036 · Document · 1973.11.28
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Jack M. Sable, New York State Commissioner of Human Rights Day to Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim at Headquarters. Commissioner Sable, acting as the representative of Nelson Rockfeller, Governor of New York State, said he was "pleased and privileged to have the opportunity to reiterate the firm commitment of the State of New York to the equal rights ideals and goals of the United Nations for all members of the human family".
Mr. Sable is seen with Mr. Waldheim, as the latter holds the proclamation.

HURC-HURD-59* UN 64118 · Document · 1959.12.10
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As part of the programme carried out in Bogota (Colombia) to commemorate the eleventh anniversary, on 10 December of this year, of the proclamation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a round-table was held at the Universidad de America.
Some of those who took part in the conference as seen here - (left to right): Dr. Luis Perez Arteta, resident representative of TAB in Colombia; Dr. Guillermo Nannetti, newly-appointed Director of International Relations of UNESCO; Dr. Fernando Gomez-Latorre, member of the National Academy of History; and Dr. Alberto Diaz Luna, member of the Ministry of Foreign Relations.

HURC-HURD-59* UN 64119 · Document · 1959.12.10
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As part of the programme carried out in Bogota (Colombia) to commemorate the eleventh anniversary, on 10 December of this year, of the proclamation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a round-table was held at the Universidad de America.
Some of those who took part in the conference as seen here - (left to right): Dr. Silk, representing the Universidad de America;Dr. Diego Uribe Vargas, Professor of International Law at various universities in Bogota; Dr. Manuel Antonio Rueda-Vargas, Chairman of the Colombian Committee for United Nations; Dr. Luis Perez Arteta, TAB resident representative in Colombia; Dr. Guillermo Nannetti, newly-appointed Director of International Relations of UNESCO; Dr. Fernando Gomez-Latorre, member of the National Academy of History; and Dr. Alberto Diaz Luna, member of the Ministry of Foreign Relations.

HURC-HURD-* UN 83180 · Document · 1963.12.09-1963.12.12
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The fifteenth anniversary of the adoption by the General Assembly of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations was celebrated today by the United Nations Association with an exhibition of graphic material illustrating human rights held at the Royal Exchange.
Photographed at the opening ceremony (left to right), Mr. Jan Gunnar Lindstrom, Director of the United Nations Information Centre; Lord Gladwyn, who opened the exhibition. Mr. E. M. Price Holmes, Chairman of the London Region of the United Nations Association; and Mr. Nigel Nicolson, Executive Chairman of the United Nations Association of Great Britain.

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HURC-EXP · Sub-sub-sub-series · 1967.06.09-1976.05.26
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HURC-EXP UN 99806 · Document · 1967.06.14
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The Ad Hoc Working Group of Legal Experts - established by the United Nations Commission on Human Rights to investigate charges of torture and ill-treatment of prisoners victims of the policy of apartheid in South Africa - held its first five meetings in London from 12-24 June. It heard three former prisoners testify to the discriminatory treatment of African prisoners and particularly African political prisoners. Testimony was also heard as to the mistreatment of witnesses personally suffered while in detention.
The Working Group is holding its week-long session at the United Nations Association offices in London and is scheduled to hear witnesses through to June 19. It then proceeds to Dar Es Salaam to hear further testimonies from 21-27 June.
Paul Henry Trewelha, a journalist from South Africa, giving testimony to the Working Group of Experts.

HURC-EXP UN 99807 · Document · 1967.06.14
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The Ad Hoc Working Group of Legal Experts - established by the United Nations Commission on Human Rights to investigate charges of torture and ill-treatment of prisoners victims of the policy of apartheid in South Africa - held its first five meetings in London from 12-24 June. It heard three former prisoners testify to the discriminatory treatment of African prisoners and particularly African political prisoners. Testimony was also heard as to the mistreatment of witnesses personally suffered while in detention.
The Working Group is holding its week-long session at the United Nations Association offices in London and is scheduled to hear witnesses through to June 19. It then proceeds to Dar Es Salaam to hear further testimonies from 21-27 June.
Seen here (left to right): Luis Marchand-Stens, Legal Adviser, Government of Peru; Branimir Jankovic, Rector University of Nis, Yugoslavia; and Denis Brutus, Director of the World Campaign for the Release of South African Political Prisoners.

HURC-EXP UN 100699 · Document · 1967.09.18
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The Ad Hoc Working Group of Experts investigating charges of infringements of trade union rights in South Africa, meeting in Geneva, today heard a statement by Giuseppe Beglietti, representing the World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU), the organization which originally submitted the complaint on South Africa infringement of trade union rights.
Giuseppe Boglietti (Italy), Representative of WTFU, is seen here (centre) as he addressed the Working Group of Experts on Human Rights today in Geneva, Switzerland. Seen at the presiding table are (left to right): Edward Lawson, Representative of UN Secretary-General; Ibrahim Boye, (Senegal), Chairman; and Maxime Tardu, UN Division of Human Rights, Secretary of the Working Group.

HURC-EXP UN 104753 · Document · 1968.07.02
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A portrait of Mr. Waldo E. Waldron-Ramsey of the United Republic of Tanzania, a member of the Ad Hoc Working Group of Experts. The Working Group has been authorized by the Commission on Human Rights to investigate the treatment of prisoners in South Africa, Namibia (formerly South West Africa), Southern Rhodesia and Portuguese Territories in Africa. Under the mandate of the Economic and Social Council it will also investigate violations of trade union rights in South Africa, Namibia and Southern Rhodesia.

HURC-EXP UN 104885 · Document · 1968.07.15-1968.07.24
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The Ad Hoc Working Group of Experts set up by the Commission on Human Rights in 1967 to investigate the treatment of prisoners in Southen Africa, held meetings at the Russel Hotel in London from 15 July to 24 July 1968 and heard testimony from a total of 21 witnesses. At the meeting held in London, Mrs. Sarah Carneson, who testified on behalf of her husband, Fred Carneson, now serving a long-term sentence in a South African prison, Fred Dube, Norman Levy, Isiah Stern, Mohamed Ismail Dinat and Stephan James Tobias, as well as three witnesses heard in close meetings, presented testimony regarding the treatment of political prisoners in South Africa.
Mr. Isiah Stern, imprisonned in South Africa for being a member of the South African Comminist Party, was given political asylum by the UK Government in 1968.