Namibia Support Committee (15)

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Organization

Alternate Name: Friends of Namibia
Principal Location: London, United Kingdom
Duration: 1969 - 1993
London, United Kingdom
The Namibia Support Committee (NSC) started in 1969 as the Friends of Namibia (FON) in order to support Namibian libe...

Documents

by Brian Wood, Namibia Support Committee, American Committee on Africa
Washington, DC, November 29 - December 2, 1982
Introduction • Capitalist Mining under German Colonialism • The Mining Sector in the colonial economy &bull...
Type: Conference Presentation
Africa coverage: Namibia, South Africa

Photograph

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by UN Photo by T. Chen
United Nations, November 4, 1974
Barbara Rogers of Friends of Namibia making a statement before the Fourth Committee (Trust and Non-Self-Governing Ter...
Type: Photograph
Africa coverage: Namibia

Button

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by Campaign Against Namibian Uranium Contracts
United Kingdom, 1977 or later
The Campaign Against Namibian Uranium Contracts (CANUC) was initiated by the Namibian Support Committee, the Anti-Apa...
Type: Button
Africa coverage: Namibia
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by Namibia Support Committee
London, United Kingdom, 1980s
This button may have been produced by the Namibia Support Committee.
Type: Button
Africa coverage: Namibia
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by Namibia Support Committee
London, United Kingdom, 1980s
The Namibia Support Committee (originally called Friends of Namibia) was formed in London in 1969. The Committee ran ...
Type: Button
Africa coverage: Namibia
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by Namibia Support Committee
London, United Kingdom, Undated, 1980s?
Button produced in solidarity with the struggle for Namibian independence. This button may have been produced by the ...
Type: Button
Africa coverage: Namibia
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by Campaign Against Namibian Uranium Contracts
United Kingdom, 1980s
This button was produced by the Campaign Against Namibian Uranium Contracts (CANUC), a subgroup of the Namibia Suppor...
Type: Button
Africa coverage: Namibia
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by Campaign Against Namibian Uranium Contracts
London, United Kingdom, Undated, 1980s
"Blockade Namibian Uranium" This button was apparently produced by the Campaign Against Namibia's Urani...
Type: Button
Africa coverage: Namibia
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by Namibia Support Committee
London, United Kingdom, Undated, 1980 or later
This button apparently was produced by the Namibia Support Committee, London. The SWAPO Women's Solidarity Campai...
Type: Button
Africa coverage: Namibia

Poster

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by Namibia Support Committee
London, United Kingdom, 1975
Poster publicizing a speaking tour of Europe by Putuse Appolus from the Namibian Women's League and a representat...
Type: Poster
Africa coverage: Namibia
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by Namibia Support Committee
London, United Kingdom, Undated, about 1975?
This poster was apparently produced by the Namibia Support Committee for its SWAPO Women's Solidarity Campaign. M...
Type: Poster
Africa coverage: Namibia
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by Namibia Support Committee, Selma Waldman
London, United Kingdom, Undated, early to mid-1980s?
Sticker produced by the Namibia Support Committee ran a SWAPO Women's Solidarity Campaign from about 1980 to 1991...
Type: Poster
Africa coverage: Namibia
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by Campaign Against Namibian Uranium Contracts, Ian Denning (Design)
London, United Kingdom, 1982
In the 1970s and 1980s Britain imported uranium from Rio Tinto Zinc's Rossing mine in Namibia in contravention of UN ...
Type: Poster
Africa coverage: Namibia
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by Anti-Apartheid Movement, Namibia Support Committee
London, United Kingdom, 1982
Poster advertising a week of action on Namibia, October 27 to November 3, 1982. The week began with a march through L...
Type: Poster
Africa coverage: Namibia, South Africa

Video

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by Randolph Vigne (interviewee), Robert Vassen (interviewer)
Durban, South Africa, October 11, 2004
Randolph Vigne was a member of the Liberal Party in South Africa. In 1963, he was banned and his house in Cape Town f...
Type: Interview
Africa coverage: Namibia, South Africa