DETENTION

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Descom Bulletin

In 1982, Neil Aggett, a Trade Unionist and Medical Doctor became the first white political prisoner to die in the detention under the custody of the security police.

Descom Bulletin No1
Descom Bulletin No 11, July 1986
Descom Bulletin No 14
Descom Bulletin No 2
We salute all opponents of apartheid
Release our leaders now
Repression - victory for hunger strikers
Organised labour in East London: Paper presented at National Conference 1982

Organised labour in East London- Paper presented at National Conference on 13 March 1982 discussing labour, trade unions, industrialisation, strikes, detentions.

If someone you know is detained, arrested, harrassed or injured in terms of security legislation

Circular informing people about things to do if someone they know is detained, arrested, harrassed or injured in terms of security legislation

"We the SSRC condemn...," handwritten statement

This handwritten statement of condemnation contains eight points including that of the detentions of BPA members and the violent actions of the police force.

The psychological effects of detention
The Detainees Aid Centre
Women and detention
The detainees service
Editorial
Medical and ethical aspects of detention and hunger strikes
Voluntary total fasting - guidelines for health workers
Detention and imprisonment: no panacea for child offences
NAMDA - National Medical and Dental Association

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