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REMEMBER Kassinga and other papers on political prisoners and detainees in Namibia.
|Series||Fact Paper on Southern Africa -- 9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||52|
The Battle of Cassinga, Cassinga Raid or Kassinga Massacre was a controversial South African airborne attack on a South West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO) military base at the former town of Cassinga, Angola on 4 May Conducted as one of the three major actions of Operation Reindeer during the South African Border War, it was the South African Army's first major air on: Cassinga, Angola, CassingaBattle of Cassinga . Prisoners and detainees held by Namibia. For prisoners and detainees of Namibian nationality, see Category:Namibian prisoners and detainees.. Subcategories. This category has .
A brief recent history of political prisoners and hostages. By. there have been a number of other people held as prisoners by the Iranian . The Prisoner-of-war Camp (POW) near Aus has been recognized as being the final chapter of German colonial building heritage in Official Gazette stated: 'The prisoner-of-war camp was erected after the conclusion of peace in July between the German and Union forces in South West Africa.
The Resolution of had called for the release of all political prisoners and detainees and the peaceful return of refugees to Namibia. Part of the confusion that precipitated the ambush of April 1, , when SWAPO forces walked into the fire of the South African military, arose because SWAPO had interpreted the Resolution in the. political repression built upduring the yearsofapartheidoccupation in order tosilence membersandsupporters ofSWAPO, the national liberation movement. The title paper contains an exclusive interview with a Namibian nurse who survived the South African raid of May 4, against the Kassinga refugee camp in Angola. , 52 pp., $
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Remember Kassinga, and other papers on political prisoners and detainees in Namibia. [International Defence and Aid Fund.;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create. IDAF. “Remember Kassinga – And Other Papers of Political Prisoners and Detainees in Namibia.
Fact Paper on Southern Africa No. 9.” IGFM. “Namibia: Human Rights in Conflict.” Frankfurt am Main: IGFM, Informanté. Lutheran World by: 7. publication is Fact Paper No. 9: REMEMBER KASSINGA: Papers on Political Prisoners and Political Detainees in Namibia, 52 pp., UK 50p, US$ Published somewhat earlier, also in co-operation with the UN Unit Against Apartheid, was CHILDREN UNDER APARTHEID, pp., photographs with text.
US$6. Namibia braucht Deine Unterstützung. Remember Kassinga: and other papers on political prisoners and detainees in Namibia Published: () Search Options. Remember Kassinga and other papers on political prisoners and detainees in Namibia, Fact Paper on Southern Africa No.9, International Defence & Aid Fund, London, July A Massacre at Maseru: South African aggression against Lesotho, Fact Paper on Southern Africa No, International Defence & Aid Fund, London, January A Remember Kassinga: And Other Papers on Political Prisoners and Detainees in Namibia [Fact paper on Southern Africa, no.
9.] International Defence and Aid Fund. Published by International Defence & Aid Fund, London (). NAMIBIA HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Namibia is a constitutional multiparty democracy.
In local and regional elections held inthe ruling South West African People’s Organization (Swapo) party won of regional council. Other political opponents of SWAPO ar e more than a hundred prisoners accused of high treason had already There are worrying signs in the political culture of Namibia of a trend towards.
To be born a nation: the liberation struggle for Namibia, of Information and Publicity; ; pages; A history of resistance in Namibia, Peter H. Katjavivi; ; pages The Old Location, Cathrine Sassman, New Era, ; Remember Kassinga and other papers on political prisoners and detainees in Namibia, Facts Paper on Southern Africa, No 9, International Defence.
Cassinga massacre history distorted – Cuban professor Windhoek-A Cuban professor who is in Namibia on a fact-finding mission says the history of the events that led to the Cassinga massacre on May 4,when a Namibian camp was attacked by.
Opinion - Namibia may perform well in rankings on human rights and democracy, Henning Melber tells Pambazuka News, but its response to the secession attempt in the Caprivi region ten years ago. A FORMER Robben Island political prisoner has called for a united Namibia, and for the fight against corruption to be intensified so that people's lives can be improved.
Lot #04/29 Remember Kassinga and other papers on political prisoners and detainees in Namibia “Fact Paper on Southern Africa” no. London, International Defence & Aid Fund, First edition. 8vo. Thin card covers. (iii), Previous owner’s paper. "This book brings to light for the first time the extraordinary stories of political prisoners in settler-ruled Zimbabwe.
It adds a new dimension to our understanding of nationalist struggle, challenging the guerrilla war-dominated focus of both academic studies of this era and official nationalist narratives promoted then and since by Zimbabwe's ruling party. Text-Book of Zulu Grammar. xii p bright red boards, black lettering fresh and clean copy, third edition Remember Kassinga, and Other Papers on Political Prisoners and Detainees in Namibia.
52p stapled booklet, grey card cover, very good. £ (No Author) £ One of many posters published by the Anti-Apartheid Movement to publicise the campaign for the release of political prisoners in South Africa and Namibia. Download for the British government to intervene on behalf of the Kassinga detainees.
In South African armed forces killed around Namibian refugees at Kassinga refugee camp in. Political Prisoners and Detainees.
While the total number of political prisoners and detainees remained unknown, the current year's KINU white paper reported that the state detained betw andin the kwanliso. Guards held political prisoners separately from other detainees. *** SMS Of The Day SOME traditional leaders do not know the difference between their role and that of the government, or political parties.
The trend information at the foot of this page and in the graphs does not include pre-trial detainees in police holding cells. Their inclusion would bring the total to c. 7, (prison population rate c.
) and the total to c. 7, (prison population rate c. In Marchseveral members of the Parents Committee and other supporters founded the “Breaking the Wall of Silence Movement” (BWS) to raise awareness about the detainees crisis and issues of reconciliation in post-apartheid Namibia.
They partnered with the Namibian National Society for Human Rights (NSHR), directed by ex-detainee. Pham Thi Loc, one of several former prisoners of conscience interviewed by Amnesty International for new report A new report published by Amnesty International today casts a rare light on the torture and other harrowing treatment of prisoners of conscience locked up in Viet Nam’s secretive network of prisons and detention centres.
As in other parts of the world, most prison systems in sub-Saharan Africa are abusive. This article looks at examples from Uganda, Sierra Leone, Namibia and South Africa in order to better. Political Prisoners and Detainees.
The number of political prisoners or detainees who reportedly remained in prolonged detention without charge could not be reliably ascertained. In a report MOI spokesperson General Mansour al-Turki noted that of people officially arrested on security-related charges, 50 percent were in prison.