UN votes to condemn Apartheid in South Africa

On November 6, 1962, the United Nations General Assembly passed Resolution 1761, which condemned Apartheid in South Africa and called on member-nations to boycott the country. The Resolution also set up a Special Committee against Apartheid.



Learn more about the role of the Special Committee against Apartheid from the African National Congress.
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