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Published in Washington .
Written in English


  • Colonies -- Bibliography.,
  • Mandates -- Bibliography.,
  • International trusteeships -- Bibliography.

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StatementComp. by Helen F. Conover.
ContributionsConover, Helen Field.
LC ClassificationsZ7164.C7 U55
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. (ix, 467 p.)
Number of Pages467
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6026068M
LC Control Number47046324

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Before , there was very little general international concern with colonial issues, and still less with the progress of colonised peoples to self-government. At the San Francisco Conference, however, more extensive provision for colonial territories was made in the form of Chapter XI of the United Nations (UN) Charter, entitled ‘Declaration Regarding Non-Self-Governing Territories’. The mandate name was abandoned in favor of trusteeships in order not to have the stigma of the moribund League of Nations to carry in its baggage. By the end of the s, the membership of the UN reached nations due largely to the work . Non-self-governing areas with special emphasis on mandates and trusteeships: a selected list of references. Compiled by Helen F. Conover. Washington, 2 vols. Wright, John K., and Platt, Eliza-beth T. Aids to geographical research: bibli-ographies, periodicals, atlases, gazet-teers and other reference books. Second ed., completely.   The representative of China, in support of the United States’ amendment opined that ‘[t]he essence of both mandate system and trusteeship system was that the titles of the territory under trust belong to its people.’ 31 On 9 February , in its resolution on ‘non-self-governing people,’ the UNGA invited the states administering Author: Bharat H Desai.

Full text of "Mandates Dependencies And Trusteeship" See other formats. The United Nations list of Non-Self-Governing Territories is a list of places that the United Nations General Assembly deems to be "non-self-governing" and subject to the decolonization process. Chapter XI of the United Nations Charter embodies a "Declaration on Non-Self-Governing Territories" which declares that the interests of the occupants of dependent territories are Code: A/RES/66(1) (Document). press release ga/spd/ majority of non-self-governing territories should be removed from special decolonization committee list, fourth committee told. The United Nations Trusteeship Council (French: Conseil de tutelle des Nations unies) is one of the six principal organs of the United Nations, established to help ensure that trust territories were administered in the best interests of their inhabitants and of international peace and security. The trust territories—most of them former mandates of the League of Nations or territories taken Formation:

Yearbook of the United Nations Questions concerning non-self-governing territories and the international trusteeship system. DOI: and , a total of 17 advisory missions to Non-Self-Governing Territories in economic and social areas have been undertaken by advisers from the UN ESCAP Pacific Operations Centre. non-self-governing areas. with special emphasis on mandates and trusteeships: a selected list of references by conover, helen f; the journal of arthur bowes smyth: surgeon, lady penrhyn by fidlon, paul g., editor; the fortunate islands. a pacific interlude. The international status of non-self-governing territories (1) Sovereignty and non-self-governing territories (2) The use of force and non-self-governing territories (3) The legal personality of dependent peoples (4) Standards for assessing the wishes of a dependent people; Termination of non-self-governing status: the forms of self.