pri18. SATIS founding conference, 1973
Southern Africa the Imprisoned Society (SATIS) was a coalition that worked for the release of political prisoners in Southern Africa. Two hundred people attended its founding conference on 8 December 1973. The conference focused on South Africa, but for the next 20 years it campaigned on behalf of prisoners in all the white-dominated countries of Southern Africa. In the 1980s it led campaigns to save the lives of political activists sentenced to death by the apartheid government.
|Southern Africa the Imprisoned Society (SATIS)
|AAM Archives Committee
|AAM Archive, Bodleian Library
|MSS AAM 1806