International Week of Solidarity with the Peoples of Non-Self-Governing Territories
♦ A Non-Self-Governing Territory is one where “people have not attained a full measure of self-government,” according to the UN Charter.
♦ In 1946, UN Member States identified a number of non-self-governing territories under their administration and placed them on the UN list.
♦ The country that administers Non-Self-Governing Territories is called the administering powers.
♦ However, due to the decolonization process, some territories were removed from the list.