Conference Papers

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The African Renaissance: Opportunities and Implications for the US and the World.
The Aliens and Immigration Laws Amendment Bill: Paper presented at National Conference 1984

The Aliens and Immigration Laws Amendment Bill: Paper presented at National Conference on 16 March 1984 discussing Aliens Registration Act, Aliens Act, permanent residence, South African blacks as foreigners in South Africa, homelands, migrant labour.

The Attitude of Coloured People Today: A paper presented at the Black Sash National Conference 1976

The Attitude of Coloured People Today- A paper presented at the Black Sash National Conference on 17 March 1976 discussing Apartheid, the vote, Representation of Natives Act, Separate Representation of Voters Act, Coloured Elections, race relations, Labour Party, reform.

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 CHANGING CONTEXT: NEW POLICIES AND PROCESSES IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN HERITAGE SECTOR
The Children's Emergency (with particular reference to the Port Elizabeth Area): Paper Presented at National Conference 1986

The Children's Emergency (with particular reference to the Port Elizabeth Area): Paper Presented at National Conference on 15 March 1986 discussing children's rights, police brutality, state of emergency, juvenile detentions, taking of substitute siblings into custody, violence by police against

The church and the struggle for a democratic alternative

Paper presented at the Diakonia workshop held on May 19, 1988, calling for the renewal and transformation of the Church as a site of struggle as part of the national democratic struggle.

The Church of Norway and the Struggle against Apartheid

As part of the national celebrations to mark the decade of freedom, the Documentation Centre and the Campbell Collections of the University of KwaZulu-Natal will jointly host a conference of the International Anti-Apartheid Movement over three days in Durban from 10 - 13 October, 2004.  The confe

The Coloured Labour Preference Area Policy: Paper presented by Cape Western Region to National Conference 1983

The Coloured Labour Preference Area Policy- Paper presented by Cape Western Region to National Conference on 11 March 1983 discussing apartheid, racial discrimination, pass laws, forced removals, homelands, migrant labour, lack of black staff in hospitals.

The contemporary Black Movement as it has developed from its forerunners

The discussion revolves around the the gap in student activism between the fifties and the seventies and the widening gap between Black and White students with an increase in the rise of Black nationalism

The Decline of Stevedoring Labour in Durban: 1959-1990

The movement of commodities around the world has been a crucial way in which
capitalist and colonial economies have functioned. Ships and harbours have been the
focus of the transportation of commodities for many centuries, and today, while there are

The development and formation of the end conscription campaign: paper presented at National Conference 1984

The development and formation of the end conscription campaign: paper presented at National Conference on 17 March 1984 discussing history of the end conscription campaign, working principles, Black Sash involvement, campaign rationale.

The Dispossession of Africa's Wealth
The Durban Unrest: Paper Presented at National Conference 1986

The Durban Unrest: Paper Presented at National Conference on 14 March 1986 discussing Civil Unrest, confrontation between Inkatha and COSATU, foreign aid, crisis offices, tribalism, land ownership, schools boycotts, homelands.

The Dynamics of lndian Family Firms in Durban

The author argues that there is a relationship between the joint family and economic (business) development and that contrary to the general belief that the joint (or extended) family is an inhibition to development, it has been in Durban a positive element.

The Dynamics of lndian Family Firms in Durban

The author argues that there is a relationship between the joint family and economic (business) development and that contrary to the general belief that the joint (or extended) family is an inhibition to development, it has been in Durban a positive element.

The Education and Human Resources Development for a New, Non-Racial and Democratic South Africa

The Education and Human Resources Development for a New, Non-Racial and Democratic South Africa.

The Family Relationship in Islam

To Muslims, Islam is the code of life which God has revealed for the guidance of mankind. In Islam there is complete coordination of the spiritual and material aspects of human life.

The fools on the hill : the Natal government asylum and the institutionalisation of insanity in colonial Natal

Representing one aspect of my wider research into changing perceptions and practices of mental illness and mental health in the period c.1850-1950 in the region that today is KwaZulu-Natal, this paper focuses on the colonial identification and institutionalisation of those deemed insane between t

The Free South African Movement

As part of the national celebrations to mark the decade of freedom, the Documentation Centre and the Campbell Collections of the University of KwaZulu-Natal will jointly host a conference of the International Anti-Apartheid Movement over three days in Durban from 10 - 13 October, 2004.  The confe

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