Emergency Resolution on CyprusJuly 18, 1974
The 19th Triennial Congress of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, 17-20 July, 1974 in Birmingham, England:
The Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, meeting in its 19th Triennial Congress at Birmingham, 17-20 July 1974, calls on the United Nations Secretary-General to use the power of his high office to help restore independence of Cyprus and to prevent the escalation of violence.
A cable was sent to the Secretary General of the United Nations with copies to the Turkish and Greek Embassies at London. Mrs. Butler, MP transmitted the text in a letter to Prime Minister Howard Wilson and was asked to pose a question in Parliament on what the United Nations Force was doing, since Britain, Greece and Turkey had signed a tripartite agreement to preserve the independence of Cyprus.Decolonization and Independence Human Rights Political and Civil Rights Right to Peace Social and Economic Rights United Nations Cyprus Greece Turkey United Kingdom Resolution