KoreaAugust 6, 1953
The 12th Triennial Congress of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, 4-8 August, 1953 in Paris, France:
The XII International Congress of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom meeting in Paris, August 4-8th, 1953,
Rejoices that the fighting in Korea is ended;
And seeing in the meeting of the General Assembly of the United Nations the possibility of a new era of cooperation in the Far East, urges the Assembly to draw the Government of the People’s Republic of China into the forthcoming discussions at all points, recognizing it as the effective Government of that country.
The Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom believes that no lasting peace can be established until the Peking Government is accorded its rightful place in the Security Council, the General Assembly and all other organizations of the United Nations.Human Rights Participation to Peace Talks Political and Civil Rights Right to Peace Social and Economic Rights United Nations China North Korea (DPRK) South Korea Resolution