Eleanor Roosevelt - United States
The widow of the American President Frankin D. Roosevelt, she was the first lady of the United Staes from 1933 to 1945.
Eleanor Roosevelt was appointed as a delegate to the United Nations General Assembly by President Harry S. Truman.
Dr. Charles Malik - Lebanon
A Lebanese diplomat, academic, philosopher, and theologian.
Rene Cassin - France
A jurist, humanitarian, and internationalist.
He was awarded The Nobel Peace Prize in 1968.
Dr. Peng-chun Chang - China
He was a teacher, scholar, university chancellor, playwright, diplomat, and politician.
Alexandre Bogomolov - USSR
A Soviet diplomat who was an ambassador in various European countries.
Charles Dukes - United Kingdom
A British trade unionist and Labour Party politician.
Hernan Santa Cruz - Chile
He was a Chilean delegate to the United Nations, a judge, and a lawyer.
William Hodgson - Australia
He was a soldier, diplomat, and intelligence officer.
John P. Humphrey - Canada
He was a Canadian legal scholar, jurist, and human rights advocate.
Humberto Calamari of Panama, Vice-Chairman of the UN General Assembly's Third Committee, presiding, in 1958, over a meeting on the draft International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights - which built on the achievement of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, using it as its foundation. - UN Photo