Education pack for KS3–5 students and teachers focusing on the lives and experiences of three anti-apartheid activists, Alfred Hutchinson, Ruth Mompati and Shanthie Naidoo, who left South Africa in the era of apartheid. The pack explains why so many South Africans were forced into exile and shows how significant they were to the development of the global anti-apartheid movement. It is one of a series produced by the Anti-Apartheid Legacy: Centre of Memory and Learning and University of East Anglia. You can access the resource here.