|Rights, Equality & Development for All |
This is the time of year when we look back on our work in 2017 and look forward to 2018. Thanks to you ACTSA continues to make a difference and a distinctive impact, working in solidarity with the people of Southern Africa for rights, equality and development. ACTSA is small but has a big impact and we rely on our members, supporters, affiliates, and campaigners. We do not get government or corporate support, and your donations make a real and lasting difference.
2017 has been a very busy year for us. In
March we brought Wandile Dludlu, Coordinator of the Swaziland United Democratic
Front, to the UK to speak at our Conference and inform important organisations
here on rights, poverty and discrimination in Swaziland. In
April ACTSA attended the Anglo American AGM to continue our push for decent
health care and compensation for the ex-miners across Southern Africa with
silicosis. We also published our briefing
paper, Coughing Up, that month. In October, through the O.R. Tambo Centenary London Organising Committee, of which ACTSA was secretary, we helped organise events to mark the centenary of the birth of a founder of democratic, non-racist and non-sexist South Africa, the great O.R. Tambo.
These are just a small handful of our highlights, you can read more and donate here.
As we reflect on 2017 and look forward to 2018 I hope you will remember ACTSA, and, if you can, make a donation in support of Rights, Equality and Development for Southern Africa.
What We Do
ACTSA works with the people of Southern Africa to build a future of rights, equality and development for all the region. We are the successor organisation to the Anti- Apartheid Movement.
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