University of East Anglia

This panel event will explore the way in which boycotting has always been central to the British Anti-Apartheid Movement (AAM). Indeed, the AAM has its roots in the boycott movement established in 1959 as anti-apartheid activists reacted to Chief Albert […]

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University of Sussex

This event brings together current students, former student activists in the Anti-Apartheid Movement, and academics to discuss organising on university campuses during the anti-apartheid era, and today. Participants will discuss anti-apartheid campaigns and what they looked like, comparing these to […]

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SOAS

Today’s generation of activists often hold up the anti-apartheid movement in the UK as an ideal example of how solidarity should function. It was organised and coordinated with direct reference to the ANC, with a clear view of the strategic […]

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Ronnie Kasrils: 'Legacies of the Anti-Apartheid Movement'

SOAS

Ronnie Kasrils, a key figure in the South African struggle against apartheid, will reflect on the role that solidarity movements, such as the Anti-Apartheid Movement in the UK, played in the struggle against institutionalised racism and oppression in South Africa, and the lessons those experiences can lend to activists and campaigners today.

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Book Talk - Dockworker Power: Race and Activism in Durban and the San Francisco Bay Area

Thomas Paine Study Centre, 2.03. University of East Anglia

With Prof. Peter Cole

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Leeds

Addressing the African National Congress (ANC) in 1953, Nelson Mandela noted, “There is no easy walk to freedom anywhere.” Using Mandela’s statement as a launching point, this event will examine how activists and campaigners navigate repression. The history of the […]

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A SERIES OF EVENTS EXAMINING THE LEGACY OF THE british ANTI-APARTHEID MOVEMENT

Bringing together speakers, organisers and writers to discuss the ongoing legacy of the British anti-apartheid movement, our Evolution of Struggle events will look at the lessons we can learn from this successful solidarity movement. Follow us on Twitter  for more information on @EvolOfStruggle