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Description216/1/1 Anti -Apartheid Arms Embargo. Orange folder containing:

1. An A5 leaflet produced by the Anti-Apartheid Movement in London with details of how to join and reasons why you should. Undated (but during Mrs Thatcher's premiership).

2. A large poster urging no trade, no oil, no nuclear collaboration, no investment, no arms sales and no banking support for South Africa, with action points and resources information. Undated (but resource references dated between 1978 and 1981).

3. A press release from the Anti-Apartheid Movement in London in response to a report in the Observer newspaper that Marconi was to supply radar equipment for use by South African forces. 26 Apr 1983

4. A photocopied article from the Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives, Vol VI. Nos. 2 & 3, by A. Ehteshami entitled "The Israeli Arms Trade in a Global Context". Jun-Sep 1987.

5. A statement by Mr Abdul S. Minty, Honorary Secretary, United Kingdom Anti-Apartheid Movement, at the 362nd meeting of the United Nations Special Committee against Apartheid. 22nd Dec 1977.

6. Working Paper 4 by Ronald W. Walters entitled "Uranium Politics and United States Foreign Policy in Southern Africa", presented to the United Nations Seminar on Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa (organised by the Special Committee against Apartheid in co-operation with the NGO Sub-committee on Racism, Racial Discrimination, Apartheid and Decolonization, and the British Anti-Apartheid Movement. Paper reproduced by the United Nations Centre against Apartheid Department of Political and Security Council Affairs. 2nd Mar 1979.

7. A large pamphlet entitled "The Philips Connection: Military Electronics for South Africa", produced by Netherlands Anti-Apartheid Movement and the World Campaign against Military and Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa. 1980

8. A Paper by Dr Frank Barnaby, Director of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, entitled "Nuclear South Africa" for the United Nations International Seminar on the Implementation and Reinforcement of the Arms Embargo against South Africa. 1-3 Apr 1981.

9. 4 sides of A4 paper about the "Stop the Apartheid War" (against Frontline States including Angola and Namibia) campaign. 1983.

10. 2 sides of A4 showing 2 tables of United States net import reliance of selected minerals and metals as a percent of consumption in 1977 and Attachment 1: South Africa Export Licences. Undated.

11. Working Paper 3 by George M. Houser entitled "United States Policy and Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa", presented to the United Nations Seminar on Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa (organised by the Special Committee against Apartheid in co-operation with the NGO Sub-committee on Racism, Racial Discrimination, Apartheid and Decolonization, and the British Anti-Apartheid Movement. Paper reproduced by the United Nations Centre against Apartheid Department of Political and Security Council Affairs. 24-25 Feb1979.

12. Working Paper 2 by Abdul S. Minty entitled "The Urgent Need for Immediate Cessation of All Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa", presented to the United Nations Seminar on Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa (organised by the Special Committee against Apartheid in co-operation with the NGO Sub-committee on Racism, Racial Discrimination, Apartheid and Decolonization, and the British Anti-Apartheid Movement. Paper reproduced by the United Nations Centre against Apartheid Department of Political and Security Council Affairs. 24-25 Feb 1979.

13. Working Paper 5 by the British Anti-Apartheid Movement, presented to the United Nations Seminar on Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa (organised by the Special Committee against Apartheid in co-operation with the NGO Sub-committee on Racism, Racial Discrimination, Apartheid and Decolonization, and the British Anti-Apartheid Movement. Paper reproduced by the United Nations Centre against Apartheid Department of Political and Security Council Affairs. 24-25 Feb 1979.

14. Working Paper 6 by Sverre Lodgaard entitled "Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa, Status and Prospects", presented to the United Nations Seminar on Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa (organised by the Special Committee against Apartheid in co-operation with the NGO Sub-committee on Racism, Racial Discrimination, Apartheid and Decolonization, and the British Anti-Apartheid Movement. Paper reproduced by the United Nations Centre against Apartheid Department of Political and Security Council Affairs. 24-25 Feb 1979.

15. Working Paper 7 by The African National Congress of South Africa, presented to the United Nations Seminar on Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa (organised by the Special Committee against Apartheid in co-operation with the NGO Sub-committee on Racism, Racial Discrimination, Apartheid and Decolonization, and the British Anti-Apartheid Movement. Paper reproduced by the United Nations Centre against Apartheid Department of Political and Security Council Affairs. 24-25 Feb 1979.

16. Working Paper 8 by Professor Ulrich Albrecht entitled "West German/ South African Technology Relations in a Policy Perspective" presented to the United Nations Seminar on Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa (organised by the Special Committee against Apartheid in co-operation with the NGO Sub-committee on Racism, Racial Discrimination, Apartheid and Decolonization, and the British Anti-Apartheid Movement. Paper reproduced by the United Nations Centre against Apartheid Department of Political and Security Council Affairs. 24-25 Feb 1979.

17. A Paper produced by the British Anti-Apartheid Movement for the World Campaign against Military and Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa on "Britain and the United Nations Mandatory Arms Embargo: national Profile. Mar 1981.

18. Nuclear Collaboration with South

19. Africa, a Report of a United Nations Seminar held in London on 24-25 Feb 1979. 2 copies

20. A Paper by E. S. Reddy entitled "Review of United Nations Resolutions and Action with respect to the Arms Embargo against South Africa (with special reference to action by the Special Committee against Apartheid)", produced for an International Seminar on the Implementation and Reinforcement of the Arms Embargo, held in London on 1-3 Apr 1981. Paper reproduced by the United Nations Centre against Apartheid Department of Political and Security Council Affairs.

21. Report of the Security Council Committee established by Resolution 421 (1977) concerning the Question of South Africa on ways and means of making the Mandatory Arms Embargo against South Africa more effective. 19 Sep 1980.

22. A booklet produced for the United Nations General Assembly 35th Session on "Report of the Secretary-General on Policies of Apartheid of the Government of South Africa: Inquiry into reports concerning a nuclear explosion by South Africa" as item 28 of the provisional agenda. 19 Aug 1980.


216/1/2 Anti-Apartheid; Namibia including Angola; CANUC. Buff folder containing:

1. Small, 4-sided leaflet produced by SWAPO Women's Solidarity Campaign soliciting support from the Labour Party and from individuals for Namibian Independence from South Africa. [Between1978 and 1990]

2. One side of A4 containing "Text of Statement from 'Cabinet' of the illegal, so-called 'Interim Government of Namibia'." Produced for 'N.C. for information, 20 Feb 1987.

3. Large pamphlet entitled 'South Africa's Nuclear Capability' by Dan Smith, published by the World Campaign against Military and Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa in cooperation with the UN Centre against Apartheid, Feb 1980.

4. Small one-sided leaflet headed 'Apartheid - the Nuclear Threat'. [Produced by the Exeter and District Anti-Apartheid Group, contact Barry Johnson]. Post-1982.

5. Small booklet entitled "The Rossing File: the Inside Story of Britain's Secret Contract for Namibian Uranium" by Alun Roberts. Produced by The Campaign against the Namibian Uranium Contracts (CANUC). 1980

6. Small pamphlet entitled 'Namibia: Independence Now! Declaration', produced by the Anti-Apartheid Movement and the Namibia Support Committee. Contains a 'Declaration on Namibia' and sheets for supporters to sign and return. 1984-85.

7. 2-sided leaflet entitled 'Cancel the Namibian Uranium Contract; stop stolen uranium powering the British Grid'. Produced by CANUC. [1982?].

8. 2 sides of A4 headed 'Namibia News Briefing, no. 11'. Produced by the Namibia Support committee. May 1984.

9. Press cutting photocopy entitled 'Will Trident Subs break the law?' from Time Out 9-15 Feb 1984

10. SWAPO Information Bulletin Jan 1984

11. Handwritten notes on 4 sheets of A4 and 2 pieces of computer printout paper. No date

12. North West Trade Union Anti-Apartheid Liaison Committee bi-monthly bulletin Links, 10 Apr 1983

13. Campaign against British Collaboration with South Africa's Illegal Occupation of Namibia, Campaign Briefing 27 Oct - 2 Nov 1983

14. A4 leaflet advertising a protest march calling for British Companies [to get] out of Namibia and Solidarity with SWAPO to be held on 29 Oct 1983 and a week of action between 27 Oct - 2 Nov 1983. Produced by the Anti-Apartheid Movement, the Namibia Support Committee and SWAPO of Namibia. [1983]

15. 4-sides of A4 discussion paper entitled 'Southern Africa - the Time to Act: Campaigning Perspectives 1983-84'

16. 4-sides of A4, with a yellow cover, entitled 'Draft Campaign Briefing - Autumn Campaign - Stop the Apartheid War'. Sep 1983

17. A4 double-sided leaflet headed 'We will not be free whilst our sisters still live in chains'; produced by SWAPO Women's Solidarity Campaign [1980s?]

18. A4 double-sided leaflet advertising Action on Namibia journal to potential subscribers and listing resources at the Namibia Support Committee offices. [1980s?]. 2 copies

19. A4 double-sided leaflet entitled 'Namibia News Briefing no. 5 Nov 1983' produced by Action on Namibia

20. A 4-side A4 briefing paper entitled 'Fighting for Namibia: documentation on the guerrilla war' produced by the International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa. No. 8 Jul 1983

21. 4-sides of A4, from the North West Trade Union Anti-Apartheid Liaison Committee's bi-monthly bulletin Links regarding uranium from Namibia for the British nuclear industry. 10 Apr 1982

22. 2-sides of A4; Namibia News Briefing no.1 Jun 1983; produced by the Namibia Support committee

23. Small leaflet advertising 'Namibia in Struggle: a portable exhibition of photographs' produced by the International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa. Sep 1979

24. 4-sides of A4, from the North West Trade Union Anti-Apartheid Liaison Committee entitled 'Stop the Contract!' a special Links report on supplies of uranium to Britain. [1980?]

25. Small pamphlet entitled 'Report of the Bristol Commission of Enquiry into the Southern African Operations of RTZ'. Bristol Anti-Apartheid Movement and Bristol United Nations Association. [1982] 2 copies

26. Press release from SWAPO entitled 'Vetos or no Vetos: the Liberation Struggle continues' 2 Nov 1978

27. Double-sided A4 leaflet folded into 3 entitled 'Free Namibia, Britain's Nuclear Colony'. Produced by CANUC. [1982?] 2 copies

28. Double-sided A4 leaflet folded into 3 entitled 'SWAPO Medical Kits Appeal'. Produced by the Namibia Support Committee. [1982?] 4 copies

29. Namibia Today: official organ of SWAPO, Vol 4 No. 7/8 1980

30. 2-sides of A4 entitled 'British Companies and Namibia'. No date.

31. Photocopies of a press cuttings: 'Cubans could delay all-party talks on Namibia' from the Financial Times 1 Jul 1982; and 'A charter for Namibia talks' from the Financial Times 7 Jul 1982.

32. Campaign against the Namibian Uranium Contract; CANUC News No 2 Summer 1982

33. Namibia: a guide to action; Action on Namibia, Paper 1, 1981

34. SWAM: Campaign to Stop the War against Angola and Mozambique; Newsletter No. 4, Mar-Apr 1982

35. Poster produced by Anti-Apartheid Movement and Namibia Support Committee for the international week of solidarity with the people of Namibia 27 Oct - 3 Nov 1982.

36. Leaflet headed 'Britain: hands off Namibia! Solidarity with SWAPO!' Produced by Anti-Apartheid Movement and Namibia Support Committee for the international week of solidarity with the people of Namibia 27 Oct - 3 Nov 1982

37. A5 leaflet produced by Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament entitled 'South African Uranium = British Bombs. No date

38. CANUC News: Campaign against the Namibian Uranium Contract no. 1. Produced by the Namibia Support Committee Feb 1982

39. 5 Press cuttings concerning an accusation by Argentina's Foreign Minister of a planned alliance between South Africa, the US and Britain; a report of sales of arms from South Africa to Argentina; a proposal from Robin Cook MP to ban plutonium sales to the US; and a report of a British expert from the electricity service sent to South Africa to work on the nuclear power programme there. [1982]

40. A booklet entitled ' Objective: Justice'; A United Nations Review dedicated to the promotion of justice through the self-determination of Peoples, the elimination of Apartheid and Racial Discrimination, and the advancement of Human Rights. Vol XII, No.2, Nov 1981

41. Small double-sided leaflet advertising a rally and public meeting in solidarity with SWAM showing a documentary of the South African Invasion of Angola in Aug 1981. 1982

42. A booklet entitled 'South Africa's Record of International Terrorism' by Tony Gifford. Produced by AAM and SWAM 1981

43. A booklet entitled 'The Arms Embargo, International Law and the Struggle against Apartheid' by Kader Asmal. Produced by the United Nations Centre Against Apartheid Department of Political and Security Council Affairs. Aug 1981

44. A booklet entitled 'Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa: report of United Nations Seminar, London 24-25 Feb 1979'. Produced by the World Campaign against Military and Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa, Mar 1979

45. A4 sheet of card consisting of 4 perforated cards urging the cancellation of the Namibian Uranium Contract on one side and addressed to 4 different organisations with appropriate text for each on the reverse. [1979-1982?]

46. A4 sheet containing a 'Model Resolution for use by Labour Party organisations' about the Central Electricity Generating Board's contract with Rio Tinto Zinc's Rossing Mine [for Namibian uranium]. Produced by the Campaign against the Namibian Uranium Contract. No date.

47. A leaflet, folded into 4, entitled 'Where SWAPO stands'. Produced by SWAPO [1979?]

48. A booklet entitled 'Stop the Apartheid Bomb'. Published by the World Campaign against Military and Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa [c. 1980]

49. A booklet entitled 'US State Department Documents on Southern Africa leaked to American Press May-Jun 1981', reproduced by SWAPO Western European Office [1980s]

50. A4 sheet with names and addresses of Exeter CND Coordinators [includes nearby towns and villages] [1980s?]***Data Protection form required.

51. A double-sided A4 leaflet advertising a demonstration on 31 Oct 1981 about 'Southern Africa: Apartheid and the Bomb'. Produced by the Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1981.

52. A5 order form for 2 publications available from the International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa, a pamphlet about the AUEW and TASS trades unions campaign to free trades unionist, Dave Kitson, from prison in South Africa; and a book about the struggle of the Herero and Nama people against German occupation in the early part of the 20th century. [early 1980s]

53. A leaflet entitled 'Namibia in the 1980s: a CIIR/BCC position paper'. Published by the Catholic Institute for International Relations and the British Council of Churches. [1980s]

54. A4 copy-paper sheet containing a resolution concerning the Rossing Namibian Uranium contract [with the UK] for an unnamed Annual General Meeting [1980s?]

55. Yellow A4 order form for 'Stop the War against Angola and Mozambique' by Jan Marsh, Nov 1981.

56. A booklet entitled 'The Apartheid War Machine: the strength and deployment of the South African Armed Forces'; FACT Paper on Southern Africa No. 8, produced by the International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa Apr 1980

57. A pamphlet entitled 'Plessy Arms Apartheid', an Anti-Apartheid Movement report published in cooperation with the World Campaign against Military and Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa. 1981

58. A booklet entitled 'This is Namibia: a pictorial introduction', published by the International Defence and Aid for Southern Africa, 1984. (2 copies).


216/1/3 Teaching packs for Learning about Apartheid

1. Letter from Ethel de Keyser, Director of the British Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa, to Fran Jenkin School of Education, , St Luke's enclosing a typescript of 'Learning About Apartheid' and a pack entitled 'School Boycotts in South Africa: a simulation exercise', produced by the BDaAFfSA . 19 May 1987.

2. A4 handwritten instruction sheet entitled 'What to do' [1987?]

3. A4 pack entitled School Boycotts in South Africa: a simulation exercise', produced by the BDaAFfSA and designed to complement the material on youth resistance in South Africa presented in the BDAF/ILEA publication 'The Child is not Dead', although it could be used in a self-contained lesson on the school boycotts in South Africa and an introduction to teaching about apartheid. [1987?] 21 copies.

4. A booklet entitled 'Children and Apartheid', produced by the Bishop Ambrose Reeves Trust [c. 1989?]


216/1/4 Bennun Miscellanea, Temp. Folder

1. Small double-sided leaflet with green text on white background entitled 'Stop Apartheid Coal: Boycott Shell'. Produced by The Anti-Apartheid Movement, London. Undated. (2 copies)

2. Large pamphlet entitled 'Stop Apartheid Boycott Shell: Shell Shadow Report', produced by The Anti-Apartheid Movement and By Embargo, London. 1987.

3. A small journal, 'Objective: Justice: a United Nations Review dedicated to the promotion of Justice through the self-determination of peoples, the elimination of Apartheid and Racial Discrimination and the advancement of Human Rights'. Vol. XIII No. 1 May 1981: special issue on International Sanctions against South Africa.

4. Small pamphlet entitled 'Africa's Call for Sanctions against South Africa', a lecture by James Victor Gbeho; a joint publication of the UN Centre against Apartheid, the Africa Centre and the British Anti-Apartheid Movement. 1982.

5. Large booklet entitled 'Local Authority action against apartheid [report of] a survey commissioned by the United Nations Centre against Apartheid'. Published by Sheffield Metropolitan District Council on behalf of the National Steering Committee on Local Authority action against apartheid. March 1985.

6. A 2-page photocopy entitled 'Working against Racism: to work towards the elimination of racism, its practices and influences within school and more broadly in society'. [Late 1980's?]
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