stu22. NUS AAM: Free Southern Africa
In September 1971 the National Union of Students, AAM and the Committee for Freedom in Mozambique, Angola and Guiné set up a student network to coordinate student campaigning on Southern Africa. The aim was to recruit representatives at every British university and college. The network campaigned for universities to disinvest from companies involved in South Africa and for a boycott of Barclays Bank. It raised funds for the Southern African liberation movements and organised protests against the arrest of students within South Africa. This handbook provided information for student activists.
|Author:||National Union of Students|
|Copyright:||National Union of Students|
|Holding Institution:||AAM Archive, Bodleian Library|