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CHAPTER IV
HUMAN RIGHTS
10 . International Convention against Apartheid in Sports
New York, 10 December 1985
Entry into force
:
3 April 1988, in accordance with article 18(1).
Registration :
3 April 1988, No. 25822
Status :
Signatories : 72. Parties : 60
Text :
United Nations,  Treaty Series , vol. 1500, p. 161.
Note :
The Convention was adopted by resolution 40/64 G1of 10 December 1985 at the fortieth session of the General Assembly of the United Nations.
Participant 2
Signature
Ratification, Accession(a), Acceptance(A), Approval(AA), Succession(d)
Algeria
16 May 1986
27 Oct 1988
Angola
   9 Aug 1990 a
Antigua and Barbuda
28 May 1986
 9 Sep 1987
Bahamas
20 May 1986
13 Nov 1986
Barbados
16 May 1986
 2 Oct 1986
Belarus
16 May 1986
 1 Jul 1987
Benin
16 May 1986
 
Bolivia (Plurinational State of)
16 May 1986
27 Apr 1988
Bosnia and Herzegovina 3
   1 Sep 1993 d
Bulgaria
10 Jun 1986
18 Aug 1987
Burkina Faso
16 May 1986
29 Jun 1988
Burundi
16 May 1986
 
Cameroon
21 Mar 1988
 
Cape Verde
16 May 1986
 
Central African Republic
16 May 1986
 
China
21 Oct 1987
 
Colombia
31 Jul 1986
 
Croatia 3
  12 Oct 1992 d
Cuba
16 May 1986
11 Dec 1990
Cyprus
 9 Jul 1987
 
Czech Republic 4
  22 Feb 1993 d
Democratic Republic of the Congo
16 May 1986
 
Ecuador
16 May 1986
12 Jun 1991
Egypt
16 May 1986
 2 Apr 1991
Equatorial Guinea
  27 Mar 1987 a
Estonia
  21 Oct 1991 a
Ethiopia
16 May 1986
22 Jul 1987
Gabon
16 May 1986
 
Ghana
16 May 1986
24 Mar 1988
Guinea
16 May 1986
10 Oct 1989
Guinea-Bissau
16 May 1986
 
Guyana
 1 Oct 1986
 1 Oct 1986
Haiti
16 May 1986
 
Hungary
25 Jun 1986
 
India
  12 Sep 1990 a
Indonesia
16 May 1986
23 Jul 1993
Iran (Islamic Republic of)
16 May 1986
12 Jan 1988
Iraq
  30 Jan 1989 a
Jamaica
16 May 1986
 2 Oct 1986
Jordan
16 May 1986
26 Aug 1987
Kenya
16 May 1986
 
Kuwait
  28 Aug 1998 a
Kyrgyzstan
  19 Jul 2005 a
Latvia
  14 Apr 1992 a
Lebanon
 7 Nov 1986
 
Liberia
 2 May 1986
 
Libya
16 May 1986
29 Jun 1988
Madagascar
16 May 1986
 
Malaysia
16 May 1986
 
Maldives
 3 Oct 1986
 
Mali
   7 Feb 1989 a
Mauritania
18 Jan 1988
13 Dec 1988
Mauritius
  26 Jun 1990 a
Mexico
16 May 1986
18 Jun 1987
Mongolia
16 May 1986
16 Dec 1987 AA
Montenegro 5
  23 Oct 2006 d
Morocco
16 May 1986
 
Nepal
24 Jun 1986
 1 Mar 1989
Nicaragua
16 May 1986
 
Niger
27 May 1986
 2 Sep 1986
Nigeria
16 May 1986
20 May 1987
Panama
16 May 1986
 
Peru
30 May 1986
 7 Jul 1988
Philippines
16 May 1986
27 Jul 1987
Poland
16 May 1986
 4 Mar 1988
Qatar
 3 Dec 1987
19 Jan 1988
Russian Federation
16 May 1986
11 Jun 1987
Rwanda
16 May 1986
 
Senegal
16 May 1986
15 Oct 1986
Serbia 3
  12 Mar 2001 d
Sierra Leone
16 May 1986
 
Somalia
 4 Jun 1986
 
St. Kitts and Nevis
16 May 1986
 5 Dec 1988
St. Lucia
29 May 1987
 
Sudan
16 May 1986
23 Feb 1990
Syrian Arab Republic
16 Mar 1986
28 Nov 1988
Togo
29 May 1986
23 Apr 1987
Trinidad and Tobago
21 May 1986
11 Oct 1990
Tunisia
16 May 1986
25 Sep 1989
Uganda
16 May 1986
29 Aug 1986
Ukraine
16 May 1986
19 Jun 1987
United Republic of Tanzania
16 May 1986
13 Jan 1989
Uruguay
28 May 1986
26 Jan 1988
Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)
16 May 1986
 3 Oct 1989
Yemen 6
16 May 1986
 
Zambia
10 Feb 1988
 8 Mar 1988
Zimbabwe
16 May 1986
14 Jul 1987
Declarations and Reservations
(Unless otherwise indicated, the declarations and reservations were made upon
ratification, acceptance, approval, accession or succession.)
Cuba

Declaration:
       The Government of the Republic of Cuba considers, with respect to the provisions of article 19 of the Convention, that any dispute arising between Parties should be resolved by direct negotiations through the diplomatic channel.

End Note
1.Official Records of the General Assembly of the United Nations, Fortieth session, Supplement No. 53 (A/40/53), p. 37.
2.The German Democratic Republic had signed and ratified the Convention on 16 May 1986 and 15 September 1986, respectively.  See also note 2 under “Germany” in the “Historical Information” section in the front matter of this volume.
3.The former Yugoslavia had signed and ratified the Convention on 16 May 1986 and 22 December 1989, respectively. See also note 1 under "Bosnia and Herzegovina", "Croatia", "former Yugoslavia", "Slovenia", "The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" and "Yugoslavia"  in the "Historical Information" section in the front matter of this volume.
4.Czechoslovakia had signed and ratified the Convention on  25 February 1987 and 29 July 1987, respectively. See also note 1 under “Czech Republic” and note 1 under “Slovakia” in the “Historical Information” section in the front matter of this volume.
5.See note 1 under "Montenegro" in the "Historical Information" section in the front matter of this volume.
6.The formality was effected by Democratic Yemen.  See also note 1 under “Yemen” in the “Historical Information” section in the front matter of this volume