United Nations Trust Fund for Publicity against Apartheid
Fonds d'affectation spéciale des Nations Unies pour la publicité contre l'apartheid
Jan 1975, by the Secretary-General of the A-XA3375 - United Nations (UN), in pursuance of General Assembly resolution 3151 C (XXVIII) of 14 Dec 1973. Ceased to exist, 30 Jun 1994.
Intensify the efforts to acquaint world public opinion with the imperative need for the eradication of apartheid in South Africa.
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Together with U-XF6307 - United Nations Trust Fund for South Africa (UNTFSA) and H-XF2413 - United Nations Educational and Training Programme for Southern Africa (UNETPSA), administered by U-XE9770 - United Nations Centre Against Apartheid (UN/CAA).
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