SOUTHERN AFRICA PROJECT 25TH ANNIVERSARY South Africa: Can Negotiations Succeed?

by Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
with Gay J. McDougall, Allister Sparks, Dullah Omar, Hisham Omayad, Father Smangaliso Mkhatshwa, Goler Teal Butcher
Washington, DC, United States
Undated, about late 1992
19 pages
Type: Pamphlet
Coverage in Africa: South Africa, Southern Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Europe, United Nations
Language: English
Contents: Opening Remarks Gay J. McDougall • Remarks Allister Sparks • Remarks Dullah Omar • Remarks Hisham Omayad • Remarks Father Smangaliso Mkhatshwa • Tribute Dullah Omar • 1993 Whitney North Seymour Award Recipient Professor Goler Teal Butcher • Pamphlet with the formal proceeding of the 25th Anniversary of the Southern Africa Project of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law held on October 14, 1992. The pamphlet discusses the Terrorism Act, the Soweto Rebellion, Nelson Mandela, the Convention For A Democratic South Africa (CODESA), the African National Congress (ANC), Joel Carson, the Black Consciousness movement, AZAPO (Azanian People's Organization), the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC), the National Party, apartheid, Senators Edward M. Kennedy and Paul Simon, human rights, Kakaza Trading Company (KTC) squatter camp, F.W. de Klerk, homelands, Cyrus Vance, the Declaration of Intent, Bantustans, Chief Buthelezi, the National Peace Committee, the National Peace Accord, he Goldstone Commission, the United Nations' Department of Political Affairs, Ciskei, the Institute of Contextual Theology, destabilization, violence, 32 Battalion, the "Koevoet" police unit, the Goldstone Commission, the Commonwealth, the European Community, the OAU (Organization of African Unity), Prince Mhlambi, the Phola Park squatter camp, the Central Transvaal Civic Association, Charles Runyon, Charles C. Diggs, the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, and the United Democratic Front (UDF).
Used by permission of Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root