Declaration of International Seminar on Loans to South Africa

by Swiss Anti-Apartheid Movement, Special Committee Against Apartheid, Non-Governmental Organizations Sub-Committee on Racism Racial Discrimination Apartheid and Decolonization, Berne Declaration Group, World Council of Churches
Zurich, Switzerland
April 5-7, 1981
10 pages
The declaration says the International Seminar on Loans to South Africa was organized by the Special Committee Against Apartheid in cooperation with the World Council of Churches; the Non-Governmental Organizations Sub-Committee on Racism, Racial Discrimination, Apartheid and Decolonization; the Swiss Anti-Apartheid Movement [Mouvement Anti-Apartheid Suisse]; and the Berne Declaration Group. The Seminar was organized because of apartheid in South Africa and South Africa's continued occupation of Namibia. The Seminar examined the role of loans to South Africa. The Seminar was part of an international campaign against bank loans to South Africa. Contents: The Role of Foreign Banks • Main Banks and Financial Institutions involved in lending to South Africa • Efforts to End Loans to South Africa • A Special Appeal to Switzerland and the Federal Republic of Germany • Sales of South African Gold • Recommendations
Collection: Carole Collins Papers, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections