May 26, 2008

Afrikaner: UNPO General Assembly Member Resolution

IX General Assembly
In a resolution calling for greater constitutional protection for minorities, the UNPO’s Afrikaner Members also took the opportunity to express their solidarity with other minorities the world over.

Below is a Member Resolution as presented and adopted before the IX UNPO General Assembly held during 16-17 May 2008 in Brussels, Belgium:

   IX UNPO General Assembly

16 - 17 May 2008, Brussels Belgium


Member Resolution

introduced by:



We the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization,

Rejects the centralization of power which ignores the realities of minority groups in any country;

Expresses its concern about the 2000 farm murders in South Africa, in addition to the non-compliance of the constitutional provisions for language, culture, education and other Afrikaner rights;

Endorses its solidarity with minority groups worldwide experiencing violations of their rights of whatever kind;

Endorses the pursuance of self-determination which encompasses political, economic, cultural and other possible forms of self-determination and self expression by minority groups by means of regional, community and other forms of autonomy; and

Supports efforts to internationalize and expose violations of minority and groups rights by nation states.



To download the Member Resolution, please click here. (PDF format, 115kb)