World Gold Commission

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Duration: June 1988-1990s
Location: London, United Kingdom

The World Gold Commission was established by the African National Congress, the South West African People's Organization, the British Anti-Apartheid Movement, and End Loans to South Africa with the task of denying South Africa income from sales of gold. Peter Robbins was chairman of the World Gold Commission. (Source: Sanction Apartheid [Africa World Press, 1990], pages 204 and 416, available on this website.)

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Title: End Loans to Southern Africa
Time Span: 1974 - 1995
Media: 24 Meters
Description: The archive reflects the areas in which ELTSA campaigned. Section A contains general minutes, memoranda and publications. Following sections contain the papers of the banking and disinvestment campaigns (including Barclays); Embargo and the oil embargo campaign (including Shell) (1980-93); the World Gold Commission (1988-1991); general files; and ELTSA's successor the Southern Africa Economic Research Unit, (1991-1995).
Housed At: University of Oxford, Bodleian Library of Commonwealth and African Studies
Location: Rhodes House, South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3RG, United Kingdom
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