|What are the United Democratic Front would like to see in 1988||
Statement made by the United Democratic Front regarding their plans for 1988 to set firmly down the road for negotiation and peace.
|"A struggle that can be waged by everyone"|
|A tough war, a fragile peace|
|Africa and world peace|
Mandela Peace Rally held at Kings Park Stadium, Durban
|Beyond the Bodycount|
|Briefing document on KTC situation||
Briefing document on KTC situation that contains the history, the latest peace initiative, ANC statement, the positions of national organisations, the involvement of UDF's affected township organisations and also the issue of direct peace talks.
|Call for peace||
Statement calling for peace as the past years was characterised by the most brutal violence unleashed agaisnt people as all peace-loving South Africans are still deeply touched by the carnage that gripped the country.
|Can War be Controlled?|
|Conciliation or Confrontation?|
|Conscientious Objection to War|
|Does Luthuli deserve the Nobel Prize?||
Extract from the Rand Daily Mail, Monday, October 30, 1961. The article debating the validity of giving Albert Luthuli the Nobel Prize for Peace.
|Draft International Declaration of Human Rights||
Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of the members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world ......
|Duality in Non-Violence|
|Editorial: Constitutions for Stability|
|Editorial: The Message From Rhodesia|
|Excerpts from Nobel lecture by Luthuli in Oslo||
|Fighting Talk Volume 10 Number 5 June 1954||
Fighting Talk - organ of the Springbok legion
|Fighting Talk Volume 11 Number 4 June 1955||
Fighting Talk - Special issue on the Congress of the People
|Fighting Talk Volume 11 Number 7 September 1955||