Southern Africa REPORT

INDEX 1985 to 1995
by S.A.R. Collective, Toronto Committee for Links Between Southern Africa and Canada
Toronto, Canada
Undated, 1996?
Publisher: Toronto Committee for Links Between Southern Africa and Canada
60 pages
Contents: Detailed contents of the index • Country index • Subject index • Author index • The newsletter discusses Academic Freedom, Agriculture, Aid, AIDS, ANC (African National Congress), Apartheid, Armaments, Armed Struggle, Arts & Culture, Bantustans, Biography, Ceasefires, Censorship, Children, Church Relations to Liberation, CIDA, Civil War, Colonialism, Constitution, Cooperatives, Curriculum Development, Destabilization, Detained Persons, Drought, Economic Analysis, Economic Conditions, Economic Policy, Economic Sanctions, Education, Elections, Environment, Exports, Farm Workers, Food, Foreign Debt, Foreign Relations, Frontline States, Gay Rights, Health, History, Housing, Human Rights Violations, International Monetary Fund (IMF). Independence, Indigenous Peoples, Inkatha (Inkatha Freedom Party, IFP), International Relations, International Solidarity, Labour (Labor), Land Use, Literacy, Mass Media, Mass Mobilization, Massacres, Memorials, Military, Mining & Minerals Industry, MPLA, National Economy, Negotiations, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Peasant Movements, Poetry, Political Analysis, Political Destabilization, Political Mobilization, Political Movements & Parties, Popular Education, Poverty, Progressive Culture, Propaganda, Reform Strategy, Refugees, Renamo, Restricted Organizations, Reviews, SACP (South African Communist Party), Sexual Discrimination, Social Conditions, Socialism, Sports Boycott, States of Emergency, Strikes, Structural Adjustment, Student Movements, SWAPO, Townships, Trade Unions, Transnational Corporations, Unemployment, UNITA, Uranium Industry, Violence, Voter Registration, Wealth Redistribution, and Women.
This record was digitized for Aluka.
Used by permission of former members of the Southern Africa Report (SAR) Collective of the Toronto Committee for Links between Southern Africa and Canada (TCLSAC, successor to the Toronto Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa).