Conference Papers

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Nondweni or Some South African boat people: Paper presented at National Conference 1980

Nondweni or Some South African boat people -Paper presented at National Conference on 12 March 1980 discussing informal settlements, townships, living conditions, health, crime.

Winterfeld: Paper presented at National Conference 1980

Winterfeld -Paper presented at National Conference on 12 March 1980 discussing Squatter Settlements, housing, forced removals, migrant labour, homelands, workshops.

Some Factors Relating to Squatter Settlements in Durban: Paper presented at National Conference 1979

Some Factors Relating to Squatter Settlements in Durban- Paper presented at National Conference on 14 March 1979 discussing human rights, squatter areas, Malukazi and Clermont: two squatter areas, forced removals, urban settlement, land ownership, demographics and statistics.

Afro-American influences on the Black Conciousness Movement

This paper gives an overview of the relationship and differences between Black Consciousness and the civil rights struggle by African Americans

Total strategy

Incomplete paper which discusses the Government's ideology of a total strategy.

Tactics and planning - responding to political reality

Paper presented at the 57th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, Durban, November 1979. Discusses organisation of on-campus campaigns and policy direction and planning, as well as how intellectuals can be involved in social transformation through politics.

Group Areas Removals in the Western Cape: The Individual Case of Mr Bawa Khalfeys's Shop- Paper Presented at National Conference 1980

Group Areas Removals in the Western Cape: The Individual Case of Mr Bawa Khalfeys's Shop- Paper Presented at National Conference on 11 March 1980 discussing: Forced Removals, leasehold system, labour, Group Areas Act.

Some thoughts on housing in South Africa: Paper presented at the Black Sash National Conference 1975

Some tThoughts on tousing in South Africa- Paper presented at the Black Sash National Conference on 11 March 1975, discussing: Blacks banned from home ownership, apartheid, slums, hostels, homelands, separate development, pass laws.

Chairman's speech: May 29th 1943

Minutes of the 1st Anti-CAD Conference held in Cape Town on 29 May 1943, beginning with a speech delivered by the Chairman. Included are discussions on a lecture delivered by Ben Kies, titled:

The background of segregation: address delivered to the National Anti-C.A.D. Conference

This paper illustrates at the outset various forms of segregation in the world. The fact that the basic principle upon which the British Empire is founded is that of "divide and rule" and plainly named as segregation.

The philosophy tenets and traditions of NEUM

A presidential address delivered at the 9th Conference of the Non-European Unity Movement (NEUM).It is noted that this conference has been convened at the most crucial moment in the history of the oppressed of South Africa.

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