90s33. ‘Making Hope a Reality’
At an extraordinary general meeting of the AAM on 25 June 1994 delegates decided to transform it into a new movement of solidarity with the people of Southern Africa. A draft founding statement pledged that the new organisation would promote new bonds of friendship between people in Britain and South Africa. It also resolved to monitor the policies of international organisations and multinational companies. A further meeting on 29 October dissolved the AAM and set up Action for Southern Africa (ACTSA).
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