The UNESCO Courier against Racism
UNESCO’s actions against racism have been on the top of the agenda since the beginning – the Courier has always provided a powerful platform for debate and discussion of this dangerous and widespread prejudice that continues to blight our world.
On the occasion of International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (21 March), we invite you to discover the UNESCO Courier issues dedicated to the subject of racism.
- Colour, nation, ethnic hate: why racism?, September 2001
- The Roots of racism, March 1996
- Apartheid: the beginning of the end, February 1992
- Racism: Free Nelson Mandela, brave advocate of the rights of man, November 1983
- Southern Africa at grips with racism, November 1977
- An answer to Racism, November 1971
- Apartheid, March 1967
- Racism, October 1960
- Race and prejudice, April 1965
- The Intellectual fraud of racial doctrines, August-September 1953
- Fallacies of racism exposed, July-August, 1950
Other articles and interviews
- South Africa: beyond exclusion, April 2001
- South Africa: a strategic ascent, June 2000
- The Price of truth, December 1999
- South Africa: quandaries of compromise, December 1999
- South Africa: blending tradition and change, November 1999
- Ending apartheid in education, July-August 1998
- The Ruses of racism, February 1993
- André Brink talks to Bahgat Elnadi and Adel Rifaat, September1993
- Apartheid: the shameful record, May-June 1986
- Racism today: 'us' and 'them', May-June 1986
- Prejudices, intolerance, racism, apartheid, January 1983
- Darwin and racism; Racial myths, May 1982
- Women and apartheid, July 1980
- Statement on Race and Racial Prejudice, May 1968
- The Ubiquitous shadow of racism, January 1968
- The Question of race and the democratic world, November 1949
See also our Tribute to Mandela.
Click here to learn more about UNESCO's actions against racism.
Many other articles on racism are available in other issues. Do a keyword search to find them.