hgs20. ‘No apartheid executions’ petition
This petition was launched in April 1989 to pressure the British government to intervene to stop all death sentences in political trials in South Africa. The AAM also sent a delegation to Foreign Office Minister Lynda Chalker. The number of death sentences imposed on political prisoners increased sharply from the mid-1980s. The petition was signed by 34,000 people and presented to the British parliament on 10 November 1989.
|Stop the hangings
|Southern Africa the Imprisoned Society
|AAM Archives Committee
|AAM Archive, Bodleian Library