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Swaziland: The Most Unequal Country in the World  

This year Swaziland was named the most unequal country in the world in terms of income distribution. 63% of the population are living in poverty, whilst the King continues to exploit the nation to secure his life of luxury. Those who protest are harassed, threatened, imprisoned and even allegedly tortured, but the international response continues to be underwhelming. More must be done.

ACTSA is one of the few organisations that campaigns for human rights, gender equity and reducing poverty in Swaziland. Our work has been recognised in the UK, South African and Swazi media, but we need your support now to continue, increase and improve this work.

 It is time to take action.

Thank you.

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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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Tickets now available to ACTSA Fundraising Dinner 2017 at South Africa House Join us for an evening of food, wine and entertainment at South Africa House in Trafalgar Square, London on 1st December 2017. Click here to find out more

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