The UDF’s goal was to establish a “non-racial, united South Africa in which segregation is abolished and in which society is freed from institutional and systematic racism.”[1] Its slogan was “UDF Unites, Apartheid Divides.” The Front was established in 1983 to oppose the introduction of the Tricameral Parliament by the white-dominated National Party government, and dissolved in 1991 during the early stages of the transition to democracy.