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By a recorded vote of in favour to two against (Israel, United States), with two abstentions (France, United Kingdom), the Committee approved a draft resolution on economic and other activities which affect the interests of the peoples of the Non-Self-Governing Territories (For details of the vote, see Annex II). According to this theory, a territory is considered to be non-self-governing, if it is geographically separate from the administering, metropolitan State and if relations between territory and State are those of colonies with colonial governments. Author: Josef Brink. Taking up draft resolution II, on economic and other activities which affect the interests of the peoples of the Non-Self-Governing Territories, the Committee approved it by a recorded 94 votes in favour to 1 against (United States), with 2 abstentions (France, United Kingdom) (Annex II). Non-self-governing territories (NSGTs): Non-self-governing territories (NSGTs), described as “a territory whose people have not yet attained a full-measure of self-government”, as stated in the United Nations Charter (Chapter XI, article 73)1. In its essence, these territories do not have any legal authority recognized by international Size: KB.
While 17 Non-Self-Governing Territories continued to be ruled by certain forms of colonialism, reason for hope was given by the example of New Zealand and Tokelau, as . publications entitled "Decolonization" "Decolonization" is a series of publications issued from June to December by the former Department of Political Affairs, Trusteeship and. Implementation of the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples., known as the Special Committee on Decolonization, offers advice on the options available to the Non-Self-Governing Territories in the exercise of their right to self- determination. Book reviewed in this article: Society: Problems and Methods of Study, edited by A. T. Welford, Michael Argyle, D. V. Glass, and J. N. Morris Philosophy, Politics and.
The issue of non-self-governing territories has both economic and political dimensions, among others. The purpose of colonialism has been to obtain both economic and political power. Economic power often arose from exploiting the natural resources of . 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 Code: A/RES/66(1) (Document). Support to Non-Self-Governing Territories by the specialized agencies and international institutions associated with the United Nations The Economic and Social Council, Having examined the report of the Secretary-General1 and the report of the President of the Economic and Social Council containing the information. Research guide on UN bodies and documentation related to decolonization. Article 73e of the Charter requires UN Member States which administer "territories whose peoples have not yet attained a full measure of self-government" to transmit to the Secretary-General information related to the economic, social and educational conditions in the : Susan Kurtas.