Series Human Rights - subject files - S-0271

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S-0271

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Human Rights - subject files

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  • 1958 - 1973 (Creation)

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No. of Boxes: 4

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Series documents activities of the Human Rights Division, particularly with respect to apartheid, appeals for clemency, American Indians, work of the Committee of Three, status of women, and Jewish citizenship. Records consist of correspondence, memoranda, clear and code cables - numbered, press releases, and meeting notes. Correspondents include Secretaries-General U Thant and Kurt Waldheim, Directors of Human Rights Division Marc Schreiber and J. P. Humphrey, Under-Secretary and Legal Counsel C. A. Stavropoulos, and representatives of human rights organizations. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

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Related to: 1967/0184: Working files of Mr. Narasimhan
Related to: 1974/0019: Working files of the Executive office of the SG (Mr C.V.Narasimhan's files)
Related to: 1974/0074: Administrative & Working files of Mr.C.V. Narasimhna, former Chef de Cabinet

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DAG-1/1.2.2 (b.67-70), 67/184, 74/19, 74/74, A/538

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