ar32. Extraordinary General Meeting, June 1994
The AAM held an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) on 25 June 1994, at which it agreed to transform itself into a new movement of solidarity with the peoples of Southern Africa. Members agreed that the new organisation would campaign for justice and peace across the whole of Southern Africa and address the legacy of apartheid. It resolved that the new organisation would have an explicit anti-racist and anti-sexist strategy. It was agreed that the new organisation would be launched, and the AAM would be dissolved, at a further meeting on 29 October 1994.
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