The ILO and Apartheid
If the beginning of the fifties had been marked by the process of decolonisation and the increasing participation in international life of independent nations from Asia and the Middle East, by the end of the decade the process had been extended to the African continent. The sudden increase in the number of independent African nations from three in 1950 (the Union of South Africa, Liberia, Ethiopia) to twenty-three in 19601 was to have inevitable repercussions on world politics.
KeywordsSecurity Council Racial Discrimination International Labour Organisation Plenary Session African Group
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