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Resolution 110 - The Reconciling of Conflicts Between and Within Nations

Resolution 110

The Reconciling of Conflicts Between and Within Nations - Condemnation of Racial Discrimination

The Conference affirms its belief in the natural dignity and value of every man, of whatever colour or race, as created in the image of God. In the light of this belief the Conference affirms that neither race nor colour is in itself a barrier to any aspect of that life in family and community for which God created all men. It therefore condemns discrimination of any kind on the grounds of race or colour alone.

The Conference would urge that in multi-racial societies members of all races shall be allowed:

  1. a fair and just share in the government of their country; 
  2. a fair and just share in the control, development, and rewards of the natural resources of their country, including advancement to the highest level of attainment; 
  3. the right to associate freely in worship, in education, in industry, in recreation, and in all other departments of the common life.

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