Badges

bdg07. ‘Mandela’

Wooden badge calling for the release of Nelson Mandela.

bdg35. ‘I Don’t Buy South African Goods’

Badge produced for the AAM’s Month of Boycott Action in March 1985.

bdg44. Boycott Products of Apartheid

Badge produced for the AAM’s Month of Boycott Action in March 1985.

bdg06. Stop Oil Supplies to South Africa

Maritime trade unions from around the world agreed to take direct action against ships supplying oil to South Africa at a conference in London on 30–31 October 1985. The conference was sponsored by the UN Special Committee Against Apartheid and organised by the British National Union of Seamen. This badge was produced as part of the initiative.

bdg31. Boycott Apartheid Boycott Shell

An international campaign to force Shell to withdraw from South Africa was launched in 1987 by anti-apartheid organisations in the Netherlands, USA and UK. The AAM called for a boycott of all Shell products and local AA groups picketed Shell garages all over Britain. Shell’s share of the UK petrol market fell by 6.6 per cent. This badge was produced for the campaign.

bdg32. Stop Apartheid Boycott Shell

An international campaign to force Shell to withdraw from South Africa was launched in 1987 by anti-apartheid organisations in the Netherlands, USA and UK. The AAM called for a boycott of all Shell products and local AA groups picketed Shell garages all over Britain. Shell’s share of the UK petrol market fell by 6.6 per cent. This badge was produced for the campaign.

bdg22. Free Nelson Mandela

Badge produced for the AAM’s ‘Nelson Mandela: Freedom at 70’ campaign in 1988.

bdg27. Guernsey is Involved

Badge produced by anti-apartheid supporters in Guernsey, Channel Islands.