Viet NamAugust 17, 1949
The 11th Triennial Congress of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, 15-19 August, 1949 in Copenhagen, Denmark:
The XIth International Congress of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, assembled at Copenhagen from August 15-19, 1949,
That all colonial powers have promised to guide and orientate gradually the indigenous population towards political independence,
That several such territories, among others the Viet Nam, have arrived at a self-governing state and now request such independence,
Considering also that no prejudice of color, no idea of so-called superiority of the white race should be taken into account, shall place these territories under the administration of the Trusteeship Council for a limited period of five to ten years, during which time they should gain their complete independence.
Such a policy by member States should put an end to the recent practice of making and reversing decisions regarding Non Self Governing peoples in deference to the wishes of colonial powers.Decolonization and Independence Human Rights Human Rights Violations Participation to Peace Talks Political and Civil Rights Political Participation Racism Social and Economic Rights Vietnam Resolution