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Gay J. McDougall South Africa and Namibia Papers, 1932-2006, bulk 1980-1994

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Abstract

The Gay J. McDougall Papers document the South African anti-apartheid movement in the 1960s through the 1990s. The records primarily include correspondence, writings and speeches, administrative records, court documents and case files, and newspaper clippings related to human rights, anti-apartheid activism, political prisoners, the 1989 Namibian election and the 1994 South African election. The collection documents the work of McDougall; the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law Southern Africa Project, a non-governmental organization (NGO); and the Commission for Independence in Namibia.

At a Glance

Call No.: HR#0016
Bib ID 10169543 View CLIO record
Creator(s) McDougall, Gay J ; Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law ; South Africa. Independent Electoral Commission
Title Gay J. McDougall South Africa and Namibia Papers, 1932-2006, bulk 1980-1994
Physical Description 268 linear feet (259 boxes)
Language(s) English , Afrikaans .
Access

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Box 24 is missing.

Arrangement

Arrangement

This collection is arranged in three series.

Description

Summary

The Gay J. McDougall Papers document the South African anti-apartheid movement in the 1960s through the 1990s. The records primarily include correspondence, writings and speeches, administrative records, court documents and case files, and newspaper clippings related to human rights, anti-apartheid activism, political prisoners, the 1989 Namibian election and the 1994 South African election. The collection documents the work of McDougall, the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law Southern Africa Project, a non-governmental organization (NGO) and the Commission for Independence in Namibia.

  • Series I: Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law Southern Africa Project,, 1969-2006

    This series is the bulk of the collection and is divided into ten subseries. The materials in this series document the Southern Africa Project, which Gay McDougall directed. The materials offer extensive documentation of the Lawyers Committee's anti-apartheid work in South Africa and its relationship to anti-apartheid movements in the United States.

  • Series II: Independent Electoral Commission, 1993-1994

    This series documents the work of the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) in overseeing the 1994 election in South Africa. The IEC was a statutory body consisting of 11 South Africans and 5 others. Gay McDougall served on the Commission as the only United States representative. Materials relating to the work of the communications, logistics, administration and monitoring units are included. The IEC met frequently, sometimes daily, and therefore the agendas, minutes, and accompanying documents from the meeting (for example, reports) provide a chronological look at the IEC's day to day work leading up to the election. There are also sample ballots and posters.

  • Series III: Writings and Later Works, 1981-2003

    This series represents McDougall's work following her time with the Southern Africa Project and the Independent Electoral Commission. Included are topical files and published writings by McDougall.

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Some files containing personally identifiable information are restricted. See the finding aid for more information.

Box 24 is missing.

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Preferred Citation

Identification of specific item; Date (if known); Gay J. McDougall Papers; Box and Folder; Center for Human Rights Documentation and Research, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University Library.

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History / Biographical Note

Biographical Note and History

Born in Atlanta, Georgia in 1947, Gay J. McDougall is a lawyer and activist who worked to end apartheid in both South Africa and Namibia.

McDougall graduated from the Yale Law School and worked in private practice at a corporate law firm in New York City before becoming the director of the Southern Africa Project at the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law in 1980. At the Lawyers Committee, McDougall, working with lawyers and activists from around the world, oversaw a variety of campaigns to advance the cause of human rights.

Additionally, McDougall founded the Commission on Independence for Namibia in 1989; the group monitored the United Nations led elections in Namibia. Concerning itself with the fairness of the election, it successfully worked to change legislation related to election laws.

McDougall left the Lawyers Committee after she was appointed to serve as a member of the Independent Electoral Commission of South Africa, based in Johannesburg. She was the only American member of the IEC, which oversaw and administered the 1994 election in South Africa, which led to the election of Nelson Mandela.

Following the 1994 election, McDougall remained active in the human rights movement. She served as the Executive Director of the NGO, Global Rights until 2006. The United Nations Human Rights Council appointed her their first Independent Expert on Minority issues, a role she held from 2005 to 2011. She received a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship in 1999. She has also served as a board member for Africare, CARE (Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere), and the Global Fund for Women.

The Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization was established in 1963 at the request of President John F. Kennedy to promote justice through the law in response to the civil rights movement in the United States. The Southern African Project emerged in 1967 and continued until 1994.

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Series I: Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law Southern Africa Project,, 1969-2006

This series is the bulk of the collection and is divided into ten subseries. The materials in this series document the Southern Africa Project, which Gay McDougall directed. The materials offer extensive documentation of the Lawyers Committee's anti-apartheid work in South Africa and its relationship to anti-apartheid movements in the United States.


Subseries I.1: Administrative, 1969-2006

The administrative subseries contains financial, fundraising, personnel, and travel records; records; drafts and final copies of annual reports, press releases, and publications; information about conferences and events organized by the Lawyers Committee; and testimonies before various government bodies.



Box 211 1971-1976

(correspondence)



Box 184 1982-1984

(reports, funding applications, correspondence)



Box 74 Addresses and Telephone Numbers of South African Attorneys and Others,, 1990



Box 210 Appeal for Clemency to Ghanese Prisoners, 1972

(Correspondence, internal memos, press clippings and drafts of appeal to grant clemency to the 8 Ghanese prisoners sentenced to death by a military tribunal, including George Ofosu-Amah)



Box 256 Audio recordings, Jun 25 1987

(Capitol Hill Committee?)



Box 49 Biweekly Reports, 1978-1980



Box 222 Briefing Book for Legal Observers, 1985-1986



Box 135 Briefing Papers: General, 1978-1979

(drafts)



Box 180 Diamond, Paul, 1974-1975



Box 148 Directory of Resources on Southern Africa, 1988



Box 222 Divestment Laws, 1991

(Correspondence asking to remove sanctions against Namibia post-independence)



Box 257 Fedinec, Diana, undated



Box 97 Gazette correspondence, 1989

(Faxed gazettes)



Box 222 Gazette Index notes, 1990

(Notes on interesting gazettes)



Box 97 General, 1969-1976

[restricted until 2054]


Box 97 Informal discussion with South African Parliamentarians, Oct 1979


Box 97 Information requests, 1987



Box 257 Interview with Milard Arnold as broadcast on Africana program,, Jan 17 1978

(1 open reel audio tape)



Box 97 Last Year's Success, This Year's Agenda, 1992



Box 258 Law book, undated

(Michael Peay's annotated copy)



Box 221 Legislation on foreign relations (Committee on Foreign Relations, U.S. Senate),, 1975

(annotated copy)



Box 74 Legal assistance correspondence, 1990-1992



Box 97 Litigation Committee, undated



Box 228 Meeting (Eve Thompson's materials), 1992



Box 148 Memorandum on the Extreme Difficulties South African Attorneys Experience in the Execution of their Professional Responsibilities,, 1978



Box 38 Miscellaneous 3rd Party Reports, Scholarly Articles, and Press Clippings,, 1967-1977



Box 228 Monthly Reports (project highlights), 1989-1993



Box 104 Prepared Remarks for Mayor Walter Washington, undated



Box 38 Press Clippings about the Southern Africa Project, 1984-1992


Box 38 Press Clippings: Fress South Africa Movement, 1984-1985



Box 222 Press Release and Staff Report Condemning Apartheid and the US Foreign Policy of "Constructive Engagement",, 1985



Box 40 Press Releases, 1986-1989



Box 129 Red Ribbon campaign, 1989

(death penalty)



Box 247 Reports and press releases, undated



Box 38 Resources: Films and Literature, 1974-1981



Box 104 Response to Congressional Inquiry Regarding Rhodesian Sanctions,, 1979

[restricted until 2069]

(Final version of report)



Box 99 Rural Legal Services Project, 1984-1985



Box 31 Sanctions paper prepared by the SAP, 1979

(Drafts on Rhodesian Sanctions, correspondence)



Box 247 South Africa in Transition Updates, 1990



Box 248 South Africa in Transition Updates, 1990

(Updates I-IV)



Box 99 South Africa in Transition Updates, 1990

(Update IV background material)



Box 120 South Africa in Transition Updates, 1991

(Update V background material)



Box 129 South Africa in Transition Updates, 1991

(DeKlerk address)



Box 228 South Africa Program (memo), 1973



Box 104 Subscriptions, 1974-1979



Box 38 Subscriptions and book orders, 1980-1986



Box 22 Subscriptions to publications, 1973-1976



Box 40 Subscriptions to publications, 1985-1987



Box 104 U.S. Mission to the United Nations, 1980

(Daily Bulletin of the US Mission to the UN (Feb 25, 1980), Remarks by Millard W. Aronold on items 6, 7, 16, and 20 on the Agenda Regarding South Africa (Feb 21, 1980)



Box 257 Unidentified video, undated



Box 38 United Nations- Films, 1980-1981


Annual reports (Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law),



Box 135 1979-1980,, 1979-1980

(Invoices, copies, drafts for printing)



Box 50 1979-1980,, 1979-1980

(final)



Box 135 1981,, 1981

(Drafts, copies, final version)



Box 99 1981-1982,, 1981-1982

(Final version)



Box 135 1982,, 1982

(Final version for typesetting)


Box 135 1982,, 1982

(Correspondence, notes, and pictures; drafts)



Box 228 1983,, 1983

(printing)



Box 33 1983,, 1983

(drafts)



Box 34 1983, 1986-1987,, 1983, 1986-1987

(final copies)



Box 50 1984,, 1984

(drafts)



Box 74 1984,, 1984

(final copy; notes; printing; drafts)



Box 135 1985,, 1985

(Final version)



Box 42 1985

(drafts)


Box 42 1985



Box 211 1985-1992



Box 33 1986

(drafts)


Box 33 1987

(design; drafts)



Box 96 1987-1989



Box 42 1988-1989

(drafts; fact checking; final version; layout mockup; notebook; press clippings; price quotes; photos; proofs; statistics)



Box 99 1989-1990

(Final version)



Box 50 1992

(drafts)


Board of Directors and Trustees

(Included are materials from Board of Directors meetings, such as agendas, notes, minutes, memos, correspondence, and Gay McDougall's handwritten notes. )



Box 134 Board meeting, Jun 20 1988

(agenda and attachments)


Box 134 Board meetings, 1992

(Feb 10, Jun 1, Sep 14)



Box 135 Board meetings, 1993

(Jun 1, Sep 13, Oct 19, Nov 9, Dec 6)



Box 49 Board meetings, 1991

(Jun 17, Sep 16, Dec 9)



Box 228 Meeting (Eve Thompson's materials), Dec 9 1991


Correspondence

(A limited amount of correspondence is available in this series. See the Chronological Files/Correspondence Files series for the bulk of incoming and outgoing as well as general correspondence filed by date.)



Box 38 1983


Box 38 1969-1975



Box 42 1984



Box 52 1975-1978



Box 95 1987

(Thank You Letters: South Africa Embassy Protest)



Box 96 1974-1977



Box 32 Decree No. 1 form letters, 1984



Box 122 Eve Thompson's incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1991-1994



Box 148 Fernand Walcha, Fernand, 1985


Box 148 Fulfilled Report Requests, 1984



Box 211 McDougall, Gay, 1988

(miscellaneous)



Box 149 McDougall, Gay, 1986-1992

(miscellaneous)



Box 222 Robinson, William J., 1983

(Internal memos, pre-printing final draft, correspondence)



Box 149 Tshabalala, William Sibusiso, 1987

[folder restricted until 2067]

(correspondence, notes, and forms)



Box 99 United States Postal Service/Bulk Mail/BRM Information

(Financial documents, applications and mailing instructions/information from USPS, internal memos)


Eve Thompson's files

(Files belonging to staff attorney Eve Thompson.)


Conferences



Box 193 Background Material on the South Africa and the Right to Counsel ,, 1993

(Political Violence in South Africa report, background material on SA for foreign experts)


Box 193 Constitutional Rights in South Africa, 1990-1992

(press statement)


Box 193 Feedback on Public Defender Program Development, 1993


Box 193 Correspondence, 1992

(curriculum vitae, correspondence)


Box 193 Indigent Defense System- Australia, undated


Box 193 Indigent Defense System- Canada, 1988-1992

(Ontario Legal Aid annual report 1991, Saskatchewan Legal Aid Commission annual report 1990- 1991)


Box 193 Indigent Defense System- Chile, 1991-1992

(Luis Bates papers)


Box 193 Indigent Defense System- Philippines, 1991


Box 193 Indigent Defense System- United Kingdom, 1987-1991


Box 193 Indigent Defense System- United States, 1976-1991

(Cook County Public Defender annual report 1989- 1990)


Box 193 Literature on Public Defense, 1993


Box 193 Mandel Legal Aid Clinic- Randolph Stone, 1992


Box 193 Public Defender Contact List, 1992


Box 193 Public Defender Pilot Program, 1992


Box 193 Right to Counsel Conference, 1992

(Official documentation vol. I and II)


Box 193 Report on Ensuring Gender Equality in South Africa Conference (Originals),, 1993


Box 193 South Africa: The Countdown to Elections by SAP, Apr 1994


General



Box 192 Amnesty/Indemnity Papers (South Africa), 1990-1992


Box 192 Amnesty/Indemnity- Accountability in Namibia, 1989-1992


Box 192 Amnesty/Indemnity- Human Rights Commission Papers, 1991


Box 192 Amnesty/Indemnity- Official Gazette, 1989-1992


Box 192 Amnesty/Indemnity- Wartime Relocation of Civilians, 1988-1991


Box 192 Dirk Stoffberg Case


Box 192 Query Letters from South Africa, 1991-1992


Box 192 U.S. Case Law Supplied to Southern Africans

(U.S. Supreme Court reports and federal supplements)


Box 192 Witness Protection, 1988-1992


Box 192 Witness Protection and Mass Demonstrations, 1992

(Goldstone Commission Inquiry)


Box 192 World Models for CODESA, 1991-1993


Legislative documents



Box 186 ANC Documents, 1991-1992


Box 186 CODESA Working Documents, 1991-1992


Box 186 Congressional Reform: Negotiations, 1990-1991


Box 186 Constitutional Documents, 1992-1993


Box 186 Media Related Policies, 1993

(Independent Broadcasting Authority Bill and Final Draft of the Independent Media Commission Bill)


Box 186 Memoes on Zaire, Namibia, Cambodia, Zimbabwe, Palestine, Angola,, 1991


Box 186 South Africa Electoral Bill, 1993


Box 186 South Africa Government Documents, 1993-1994

(Government Proposal on a Charter of Fundamental Rights and Government Gazette- Staatskoerant)


Box 186 South African Law Commission- Interim Report on Group and Human Rights,, 1991


Box 186 Transitional Executive Council, 1993


Box 186 Group Areas Act Scrapping/Land Reform/Housing and Land Inequities,, 1991


Box 186 Land Tenure, 1991


Box 186 Materials Concerning South Africa Divestment and Sanctions,, 1985-1991


Box 186 Other Sanctions, 1988-1991


Box 186 State and City Laws, 1990-1991



Box 190 Namibia Resolutions, 1992


Box 190 North Dakota, 1991


Box 190 Remaining Sanctions, 1991-1993


Box 190 S.A. Legislation, 1991-1992


Box 190 Sanctions Monitoring IRRC Reports, 1990-1992


Box 190 South African Government Position and Statements, 1991


Box 190 State and Local Background Materials, 1989-1992


Box 190 State and Local Contact Lists, 1992


Box 190 Statements by U.S. Government, 1991-1993

(Wolpe letter to President George Bush)


Box 190 U.S. Sanctions Cases (U.S. Courts), 1987-1992


Box 190 Constitutional Options for Czechoslovakia, 1990-1991


Research



Box 194 Research, 1992



Box 191 ANC, 1992

(Articles on ANC disregard for Peace Accords)


Box 191 Assassinations, Hit Lists and Attacks, 1992

(press clippings)



Box 194 Atchison, John, 1990-1991


Box 194 Baekey, Carol, 1991-1992

(Community Law Centre newsletter, financial report, and other documents)


Box 194 Black Sash, 1992



Box 191 Boycotts, 1992


Box 191 Business Climate, 1992

(Negotiation News newsletter, press clippings)


Box 191 Citizen Reports, 1992-1993

(press clippings)


Box 191 CODESA

(press clippings)


Box 191 Cultural Weapons, 1992


Box 191 Drought, 1992


Box 191 Economic Development, 1992


Box 191 Economy, 1992


Box 191 Editorials, 1992


Box 191 Education, 1992



Box 194 Empangeni Incident Reconstruction, 1990-1992



Box 191 Environmental, 1992


Box 191 Exiles, 1992



Box 194 Goldstone Commission Reports, 1992



Box 191 Goldstone Investigation, 1992

(Press statement by Goldstone on prevention of public violence and intimidation, Boipatong massacre, Mooi River violence)



Box 194 Govender, Venitia (Peace Action), 1991-1992



Box 191 Government Covert/Front Operations, 1992


Box 191 Health Care, 1992


Box 191 Homelands, 1992


Box 191 Hostels, 1992


Box 191 Inkatha, 1992


Box 191 Intervention Initiatives, 1992-1993



Box 194 Kerchoff, Peter, 1990-1992


Box 194 Keys, Radley, 1992



Box 191 Land Issues, 1992-1993


Box 191 Left Wing, 1992



Box 194 (Little) Jay Naidoo (COSATU), 1991



Box 191 Michelle Smith's Files, 1990-1992

(International press articles on South Africa, personal notes, and Testimony Prepared for Subcommittee on Africa of the US House of Representatives)



Box 194 Miscellaneous Reports on South Africa, 1990-1991


Box 194 Myrick, Bismark (US Consulate Officer), 1991-1992



Box 191 News Account Summary, 1991-1992



Box 194 Nupen, Charles (IMSSA), undated



Box 191 Press Clippings, 1991-1993

(US press clippings on SA President De Klerk)



Box 194 Rauch, Janine, 1991-1992

(Research Report- "Black Township Residents Amidst Protest, Negotiation and Violence", Policy Issues and Actors- "Dimensions of Turmoil: Position Paper on Current Violence in South Africa" Volume 4, No. 2)


Box 194 Sadek, Safoora (HRC), 1990-1992

(Human Rights Commission Reports: "The New Total Strategy", "Human Rights Review", "Human Rights Update", "Area Repression Report")


Box 194 Saggot, David, undated

(Transcripts of Goldstone Commission)


Box 194 Smith, Tim, 1992

(Holy Trinity Catholic Church documents on Goldstone Commission)


Box 194 Township/Natal Violence, 1990


Box 194 Truluck, Ann, 1992

(Draft on Judicial Processes)


Box 194 Varney, Howard (LRC), 1991

("Before the Commission of Inquiry Regarding the Prevention of Public Violence and Intimidation held at Mooi River" report and "The Role of the Kwazulu Police: Impartial Law Enforcement or Obstacle to Peace?" report)



Box 191 Violence Project, 1991-1992



Box 194 Violence Reports, 1990-1991


Events

(The planning and execution of events and conferences sponsored by the Southern Africa Project are documented in this section. Materials include invitations, programs, and correspondence with speakers and other planning documents such as financial documentation and copies of conference papers and proceedings. These events include: Conference on Affirmative Action, Symposium on Children in Detention, Constitutional Workshops, and Seminar on the Legal Aspects of Apartheid. Also included are materials related to conferences attended by SAP staff. )



Box 36 25th Anniversary Correspondence and Notes, 1992



Box 201 25th Anniversary Forum Proceedings, Oct 1992



Box 247 25th Anniversary Forum Proceedings "South Africa: Can Negotiations Succeed?",, Oct 1992



Box 147 25th Anniversary notes, 1992



Box 210 Affirmative Action (Gender Issues), 1992

(Reports and notes)



Box 211 Affirmative Action Background papers, 1990



Box 51 Affirmative Action Conference, 1991-1992



Box 201 Affirmative Action Conference, 1991

(visa applications, visa application instructions, travel itineraries)



Box 211 Affirmative Action Papers Publication



Box 148 Affirmative Action Papers Publication: Volume I and Volume 2,, 1991



Box 73 American Society of International Law (NYC conference), 1978



Box 36 American Society of International Law (NYC conference), 1978

([restricted until 2059])



Box 148 Annual Whitney North Seymour Awards Reception, 1992



Box 104 Apartheid: The International Legal Implications, 1978

(final report)



Box 73 Bellagio Conference, 1978



Box 228 Conference Ensuring Accountability, Accessibility and Transparency in Government,, 1993-1994

(Correspondence, invoices, itinerary, airplane tickets)



Box 147 Conference Ensuring Accountability, Accessibility and Transparency in Government,, 1993-1994



Box 74 Conference on a Constitutional Court for South Africa, 1990-1991

(Budgets, correspondence, proposal, agenda, internal memos, travel itinerary, notes, )



Box 133 Conference on a Constitutional Court for South Africa, 1991

(Final report)



Box 211 Conference on a Constitutional Court for South Africa, 1991

(Papers, final version of papers publications, correspondence, folder)



Box 73 Conference with South African Parliamentarians, 1979

(planning documents)



Box 201 Bill of Rights for a Democratic South Africa conference, 1991-1992



Box 147 Bill of Rights for a Democratic South Africa conference, 1991



Box 73 Conference: Ensuring Government Accountability, Accessibility and Transparency in Government,, 1993-1994

(Invitation letters, correspondence, possible presenters research, draft agendas, budgets)


Box 73 Congressional and Other Human Rights Conferences, 1976-1977


Constitutional Workshop



Box 51 Correspondence, 1993-1994


Box 51 Financial, 1991


Box 51 Financial, 1992-1993



Box 74 Fundraising, 1992-1993



Box 51 Planning documents, 1990-1991



Box 129 Proposal, undated



Box 52 Travel arrangements, 1990-1991



Box 222 Correspondence regarding various conferences, 1990-1991



Box 134 Divestment- US Corporate Involvement in South Africa: A Human Rights Test: by Gay McDougall,, 1985

(Paper presented at the Carnegie Leadership Program of the Council on Religion and International Affairs)


Gender equality conference

(Eve Thompson's files)



Box 181 Budget, 1993


Box 181 Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), 1992


Box 181 Contact List (potential), 1993


Box 181 Correspondence, 1993


Box 181 Correspondence (incoming) and Resumes of Conference Invitees, 1993


Box 181 Correspondence (outgoing), 1993


Box 181 Evaluation Forms, 1993


Box 181 Foreign Experts, 1993


Box 181 Gender conference, 1993


Box 181 Notes, 1993


Box 181 Papers and Programs, 1993


Box 181 Press and Final Report, 1993


Box 181 Promotional Literature on Women, 1990


Box 181 Resumes of invited people, 1993


Box 181 Speakers, 1993


Box 181 UN Publications on Women, 1990-1991


Box 181 Women's Group Educational Literature in Naimiba and South Africa, 1992


Box 181 Women's National Coalition, 1992- 1993


Box 181 World Citizen News newsletter, 1993



Box 73 Implementation of the Helsinki Agreement Conference, 1977



Box 222 International Labour Conference Declaration Concerning the Policy of Apartheid in South Africa,, 1981



Box 74 John Dugard Talk on "Due Process and South Africa's Security Legislation,, 1982



Box 73 Khartoum Conference, 1978-1979


Legal Aspects of Apartheid seminar



Box 147 General, 1985



Box 95 Biographical data about panelists, 1985


Box 95 Brochure, 1985


Box 95 Copyright and publication letters, 1985


Box 95 Correspondence, 1985


Box 95 Correspondence, 1985


Box 95 Correspondence with Authors and publishers regarding copyright,, 1985



Box 98 Correspondence with Federal Judges, Co-Convenors and Panel Chairs,, 1985


Box 98 Correspondence with publishers, 1985-1986


Box 98 Extra documents, 1985


Box 98 Financial, 1985,, 1987-1988



Box 120 Invitations, 1985



Box 98 Invitations and replies, 1985



Box 99 Paper drafts, 1985



Box TBD Paper drafts (digital), 1985



Box 104 Papers presented, 1985

("papers presented by: Arthur Pickering Chris Nicholson Ernest Moseneke George Bizos Louis Skweyiya Modishe Khoza Zac Yacoob, Judge Didcott Prof. Anthony Mathews Prof. Goler Butcher Prof. John Dugard Prof. Jordan J. Paust David Smuts Don Nkadimeng McDougall Halton Cheadle Hosea Angula Mathews Phosa Nicholas Haysom Penelope Andrews Priscilla Jana Raymond Suttner Sandile Ngobo Stanley Moshidi Thole Majodina Yunus Mahomed")


Box 104 Per Diem receipts, 1985


Box 104 Press, participants, attendees, 1985


Box 104 Publication order forms and biographies, 1985



Box 256 Recordings (audio), 1985



Box 104 Requests for papers, 1985-1986

(orders)



Box 134 Travel arrangements, 1985



Box 73 Lesotho Conference, 1976


Box 73 Namibia Conference- 1st Trip Travel, 1989


Box 73 Miscellaneous Conferences, 1978-1980



Box 74 Mozambique Round Table Discussion, 1982


Box 74 Navi Pillay talk on "The Practice of Law by Blacks in South Africa",, 1982



Box 104 On the Less Than Grand Design conference, 1979

(draft of paper)



Box 148 Sachs, Albie (lecture), 1981



Box 120 South Africa seminars, 1990-1991

(submissions)



Box 74 SRI International Conference on "Alternative Futures in Southern Africa",, 1979



Box 201 Swilling, Mark, 1988

(Correspondence, flyer, and agenda)


Children in Detention symposium "Free South Africa's Children"



Box 148 Correspondence with South African witnesses, 1987


Box 148 Financial, 1987

[folder 3 restricted until 2067]



Box 256 Fred Fisk Show, Jun 25 1987



Box 148 Fundraising, 1987


Box 148 Human Rights Quarterly, 1988

[restricted until 2067]


Box 148 Invitations, 1987


Box 148 Logistics and Packets, 1987


Box 148 Mailing lists, 1987


Box 148 Media, 1987


Box 148 Newspaper ad, 1987


Box 148 Participants, 1987



Box 75 Postcard campaign, 1987


Box 75 Prepared statements of speakers, 1987



Box 228 Proceedings, 1988



Box 247 Proceedings published in Human Rights Quarterly, 1988



Box 122 Programs and biographies, 1987


Box 122 Progress updates, 1987


Box 122 Transcript, 1987

(unedited transcript and mailing list of people who received the transcript)



Box 97 Transcript (unedited), 1987



Box 134 1987,, 1987

[restricted until 2067]



Box 51 1987,, 1987


Right to Legal Representation: A Public Defender Service in a Democratic South Africa



Box 73 1992



Box 147 1992



Box 248 1992



Box 182 Budget, 1992


Box 182 Correspondence, 1992


Box 182 Follow up, 1992


Box 182 Foreign experts, 1992


Box 182 Reports, 1992


Box 182 Originals-Right to Counsel Background, 1992



Box 51 Wagner Communications Groups, 1990-1991

(List of TV and radio hosts to reach out to, media related to the Conference on Affirmative Action in a New South Africa )



Box 147 Workshop correspondence, 1990-1991


Box 147 Workshop series, 1990-1991


Financial



Box 32 Accounting File, 1985-1986



Box 75 Africa Project Fund II, 1976-1977

[restricted until 2057 and 2058]



Box 120 Auditor's Reports, 1984-1987



Box 50 Budget, 1990

(Internal memo on organizational budget and financial strategy)



Box 75 Budget (revised), 1992



Box 97 Finances, 1990

[restricted until 2070]



Box 53 First National Bank, 1991-1994

(Windhoek, Namibia)



Box 31 General, 1983



Box 32 General, 1985-1988



Box 38 General, 1984



Box 51 General, 2006



Box 52 General, 2006


Box 52 General, Jan-Aug 1992

[restricted until 2072]


Box 52 General, Sep-Dec 1992


Box 52 General, Jan-Jun 1993

[restricted until 2073]


Box 52 General, Jul-Dec 1993


Box 52 General, 1994



Box 53 General, 1982

[restricted until ]



Box 75 General, 1989

[restricted until 2069]



Box 97 General, 1989



Box 121 General, 1979-1981

[restricted until 2060]


Box 121 General, 1979-1981


Box 121 General, 1987

[restricted until 2067]


Box 121 General, 1987



Box 133 General, 1974


Box 133 General, 1975

[restricted until 2055]


Box 133 General, 1976


Box 133 General, 1990-1991

[2 folders restricted until 2071]



Box 134 General, 1991



Box 75 General, 1977-1979



Box 35 General, 1977-1979

[restricted until 2058]



Box 32 General Ledger, 1987-1988



Box 39 Invoices, 1981-1984



Box 133 Namibia Legal Assistance Fund, 1979-1981



Box 38 Namibia Report: Expense Memos, 1988-1989



Box 75 Outstanding Commitments, 1990



Box 247 United Nations Centre Against Apartheid, 1985


Box 247 United Nations non government organizations, 1985


Fundraising

(This section is comprised of funding proposals, letters of inquiry, programmatic reports, and financial documents such as budgets used by the SAP in attempts to gain external funding for the project. It includes prospect research, internal notes and memos, as well as application guidelines for various funders. Also documented are individual contributions, correspondence with donors, and grant agreements. A large portion of the documents relate to SAP's largest and most continuous funders: the Ford Foundation and the United Nations Trust Fund for South Africa.)



Box 96 A.L. Mailman Family Foundation, Inc., 1987-1988



Box 228 Aetna, 1980

(Correspondence, Proposal for the Refunding from the South Africa Project)



Box 96 Aetna Life and Casualty Foundation, 1977-1994



Box 78 Africa Legal Assistance Project, 1974-1975

(interim reports)


Box 78 AID 116 ( e ), 1982-1984



Box 76 Albert Kunstadter Family Foundation, 1989-1991



Box 201 American Baptist Churches, 1975


Box 201 American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees,, 1989-1990


Box 201 American Home Products Corporation, 1989-1990



Box 77 Amnesty International, 1988



Box 201 Application for Assistance to Increase the Black Bar

(Proposal for assistance to increase the Black Bar)


Box 201 Arca Foundation, 1986-1990



Box 228 Arca Foundation Funding Applications, 1986


Box 228 Background Materials and General Proposals and Planning, undated

(National Endowment for the Humanities Guidelines for Program Development/Special Projects, Application for Continuation of the Africa Legal Assistance Project)



Box 39 Beech Street Foundation, 1989-1991



Box 210 Budget projections for proposals, 1993



Box 52 Carnegie, 1974



Box 228 Carnegie, undated

(A Proposal from the Southern Africa Project- To Involve the American Bar in the Struggle for Human Rights in South Africa)



Box 54 Carnegie, 1977-1993



Box 210 Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, 1988-1991



Box 201 Church of Sweden Aid, 1986-1992



Box 148 Commendation letters, 1984-1986



Box 201 Commission of the Churches on International Affairs, 1974-1978



Box 39 Contacts, 1978



Box 74 Contributions, 1987-1988

(Internal memos, acknowledgement letters, copies of checks)



Box 98 Contributions, 1989

(Internal memos, financial documents, correspondence, notes)



Box 134 Contributions, 1990-1992

(Internal memos, financial documents, acknowledgement letters)



Box 54 Contributions Files, 1992



Box 74 Contributions to Children's Legal Defense Fund, 1987-1989



Box 39 Contributors, 1982-1985



Box 52 Contributors, 1986

(Program supporters documentation)



Box 39 Correspondence, 1984-1989

(Correspondence, proposals, notes, drafts, programmatic reports )



Box 201 Correspondence, 1985-1990

(Correspondence with: Yale Endowment for Divestment, Yale Coalition Against Apartheid, Veatch Committee, Albert and Bessie Warner Fund, The Washington Post, and Warner Communications)



Box 32 Correspondence, 1978-1979



Box 78 Cummins Engine Foundation, 1983-1993


Box 78 Danforth Foundation, 1987



Box 201 Denmark- Permanent Mission of the Government of Denmark to the United Nations,, 1981-1990



Box 150 Direct mail campaigns, 1989-1991

[restricted until 2070]

( General annual appeal letters, internal memos, notes, drafts, invoices, correspondence)



Box 78 Direct mail solitication, 1988



Box 35 Discussions on Closing the Southern Africa Project, 1993



Box 78 Disney Foundation, 1987


Box 78 Earhart Foundation, 1989


Box 78 Edwin W. Catherine M. Davis Foundation, 1987-1988



Box 228 Episcopal Church, 1984

(Application for Refunding from the Coalition for Human Needs of the Epsicopal Church)



Box 35 Episcopal Church Center, 1975-1987



Box 78 Equitable Foundation, 1987



Box 39 FEL- PRO/Mecklenburger Foundation, 1986-1992



Box 32 Field Foundation, 1969-1988



Box 78 Finances: Budget Drafts, 1992

[restricted until 2068]


Box 78 Finish International Development Agency, 1989


Box 78 Flour Foundation, 1986-1989


Ford Foundation



Box 32 1974-1979,, 1974-1979

(proposals, applications, reports)



Box 104 1989-1994,, 1989-1994



Box 228 Applications, 1980-1985



Box 78 Applications, 1971-1985



Box 150 Correspondence, 1981-1989



Box 35 Correspondence and Finances, 1971-1977



Box 98 Proposal for two year renewed funding, 1976-1978



Box 78 Fund for Tomorrow, 1985-1986


Box 78 Funding Exchange, 1989



Box 39 Funding Exchange/National Community Funds, 1986-1990



Box 96 Funding Proposals and Reports, 1978-1979



Box 78 G.N. Lindsay Grants, 1980-1985

(Correspondence)



Box 35 General, 1982-1987

(fundraising strategies and obstacles)



Box 99 Hewlett-Packard Company, 1991



Box 78 History and Purpose of the Southern Africa Project

(Final report)


Box 78 Hollywood Policy Center Foundation, 1989-1993



Box 104 Hughes Memorial Founadtion, 1981



Box 35 Inter Church Coordination Committee Development Projects (The Netherlands),, 1981-1982


Box 35 Interim and Final Reports of Africa Legal Assistance Project,, 1973-1977



Box 39 Internal communications, general proposals, prospect research, budget drafts,, 1989-1991



Box 41 Internal communications, general proposals, prospect research, budget drafts,, 1993



Box 150 Internal communications, general proposals, prospect research, budget drafts,, 1974-1978



Box 78 International Possibilities Unlimited, 1986-1987



Box 35 Ivy Fund, 1981



Box 54 J. Roderick MacArthur Foundation, 1984-1993



Box 228 J. Roderick MacArthur Foundation, 1984



Box 54 James S. McDonnell Foundation rejection letter, 1989



Box 78 John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, 1989



Box 52 John Deere Foundation, 1986-1991



Box 77 L.A. Fund (Instructions), 1988-1990



Box 148 L.J. Skaggs and Mary C. Skaggs Foundation, 1989



Box 78 List of LCCRUL Board of Directors, 1990


Box 78 Lotus Development Corporation, 1989



Box 54 Lutheran Council in the USA, 1974-1976


Box 54 Lutheran World Federation, 1974-1989



Box 76 Lutheran World Ministries, 1980-1989



Box 54 Mailing Fundraising Flyers and Symposium Invitation, 1987


Box 54 Marjorie Merriweather Post Foundation, 1989



Box 150 MaryKnoll Fathers and Brothers, 1989



Box 54 Mass Letter Mailing, 1974-1975


Box 54 McDonald's Corporation, 1987


Box 54 Mertz-Gilmore Foundation, 1981



Box 96 Mobil Oil, 1981-1984



Box 54 Monitoring Project- AID Grant, 1992-1994


Box 54 Nalco Chemical Company, 1986


Box 54 National Council of Churches, 1975-1988



Box 78 New World Foundation, 1987-1992



Box 247 Norman Foundation, 1984



Box 54 Norman Lear Foundation, 1989-1990



Box 77 Norwegian Government, 1981-1982



Box 32 Notes and Correspondence, 1978-1979



Box 77 Oak Foundation (U.K.) Limited, 1989-1990


Box 77 Open Society Fund, 1984-1989



Box 201 Ottinger Foundation, 1987-1989



Box 54 Patrick and Anna M. Cudahy Fund, 1986-1992


Box 54 Pepsico Foundation, 1989



Box 201 PEW Charitable Trusts, 1989



Box 247 Phelps Stokes Fund, 1984-1985



Box 52 Pfizer, Inc., 1986-1991



Box 54 Possible Contributors, 1983



Box 36 Postcard Campaign Data, 1987



Box 35 Program Review, 1991-1993



Box 228 Proposals, 1987

(proposal to increase the number of African Attorneys admitted to practice in SA)



Box 77 Public Welfare Foundation, Inc., 1989


Box 77 Reebok Foundation, 1991-1993



Box 104 Reformed Church in America, 1985-1993



Box 78 Revlon, Inc., 1987



Box 77 Richard Lounsbery Foundation, 1985-1989



Box 104 Roberts, Ann, 1989



Box 77 Rockefeller Brothers Fund, 1979-1994


Box 77 Rockefeller Family Fund, 1981


Box 77 Rockefeller Foundation, 1977-1991


Box 77 Rowntree Trust, 1989


Box 77 Royal Ministry for Foreign Affairs, 1989



Box 148 Samuel Rubin Foundation, 1987-1988



Box 77 Scherman Foundation, Inc., 1989


Box 77 Smith Richardson Foundation, Inc., 1989



Box 54 Southern Africa Project Description, 1976



Box 77 Southern Africa Project Description, 1983


Box 77 Southern Africa Project report on activities, 1976-1977


Box 77 Starr Foundation, 1989



Box 97 Status report, 1984



Box 77 Stern Foundation, 1981


Box 77 Swedish Government, 1974-1981



Box 148 Swedish International Development Authority, 1979-1989



Box 39 Tax Exempt Documentation



Box 54 Tax Letter and articles of incorporation, 1963



Box 77 The Work of the Southern Africa Project report, 1992



Box 129 The Work of the Southern Africa Project report, 1992



Box 77 Tides Foundation, 1990-1991


Box 77 Trade Unionists Defense Fund, 1981-1982



Box 32 Trade Unionists Defense Fund, 1981

(chronology of Donations Received)



Box 52 Trade Unions, 1982-1990



Box 77 U.S. Peace Institute, 1990-1991


Box 77 United Church Board for World Ministries, 1988-1992



Box 53 United Methodist Church- Board of Global Ministries, 1975-1992



Box 228 United Methodist Church Women's Division, 1984



Box 52 United Nations Special: Committee Against Apartheid, 1985-1993


United Nations Trust Fund for South Africa



Box 228 1985,, 1985



Box 49 1981-1986,, 1981-1986

(correspondence, budgets, statements, notes, talking points)



Box 41 Correspondence, 1975-1976


Box 41 Correspondence, 1981-1985


Box 41 Correspondence and budgets, 1986-1988



Box 121 Financial, 1987



Box 75 Financial, 1974-1978



Box 31 Financial, 1986



Box 41 Financial, 1981-1989



Box 121 Financial, 1976-1978



Box 53 Financial, 1992-1994



Box 133 Financial, 1991



Box 134 Financial, 1981



Box 31 Financial, 1985-1986



Box 75 Financial, 1976-1977

[1 folder restricted until 2057]


Box 75 Financial, 1978

[restricted until 2058]


Box 75 Financial, 1988-1989



Box 98 1990,, 1990



Box 53 1990-1992,, 1990-1992



Box 76 United Nations Council for Namibia, 1990



Box 121 1978-1980,, 1978-1980

[1 folder restricted until 2059]



Box 37 1970-1978,, 1970-1978

(correspondence and Background Information)



Box 78 United States Catholic Conference, 1975-1977

(correspondence)



Box 52 USAID, 1986-1991

(includes legal opinion on USAID grant)



Box 78 W.H. Ferry, 1975-1990


Box 78 W.K. Kellogg Foundation, 1989


Box 78 William and Flora Hewett Foundation, 1989



Box 53 William T. Grant Foundation, 1987



Box 35 Woods, Donald, 1982-1984



Box 52 World Council of Churches: Fundraising, 1975-1991


Box 52 World Without War Council: Midwest, 1989



Box 78 General, 1974


General



Box 76 Archives Inventory List Southern Africa Project



Box 210 Books/Subscription Orders for Gay McDougall, 1987-1989



Box 32 Copying Printouts, 1989



Box 31 Copying reports, 1987



Box 32 Express Mail Receipts, 1989



Box 121 Express Mail Receipts, 1988-1989



Box 32 Facsimile receipts, 1988


Box 32 Federal Express Printouts, 1989



Box 121 Federal Express Printouts, 1988



Box 32 Metro Messenger Statements, 1987-1988



Box 210 Miscellaneous Computer and Printing Information, undated

[Folder 14 restricted until 2068]



Box 31 Overnight Delivery Invoices, 1987



Box 32 Postage Printouts, 1989



Box 121 Postage Printouts, 1988



Box 32 Returned Postage Receipts for Direct Mail Solicitation, 1988



Box 121 Telephone Bills to 1981, undated



Box 36 Telephone Invoices, 1989



Box 121 Telephone Invoices, 1988



Box 76 Telephone Message Book, undated

(internal and external legal teams and lawyers)



Box 121 Telephone Message Book, 1986-1989


Box 121 Telephone Message Book, 1990-1992

(after debate before adoption)



Box 32 Telephone reports, 1986-1987



Box 150 Xeroxing Printouts, 1988


Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law



Box 247 Annual Reports, 1985-1987


Box 247 Committee Report newsletter, 1985,, 1987



Box 32 Legal Assistance Program fundraising, 1969-1973



Box 49 Litigation Committee, 1982-1986


Lobbying


Box 49 Direct Lobbying, 1979

(Memos and limitation documents)


Box 49 Grass-roots Lobbying, 1979

(Memos, limitations, IRS instructions)



Box 50 Legislative Reports, 1980-1986



Box 41 Reports, 1987-1989



Box 36 Reports, 1988



Box 95 Weekly Leave and Lobbying Reports, 2005


Mailing list



Box 32 Additions, 1984



Box 97 Alphabetized, 1992



Box TBD Backup (digital), undated



Box 36 Categories Major Reports Were Sent To, undated



Box 97 Categorized, 1992



Box 32 Changes, 1984



Box 134 Changes Made Through Apr, 1985, 1985

(administrator general press releases)


Box 134 Computer Generated List, 1983



Box 51 Congressional List, 1990



Box 148 Contact Information Lists, undated

(Press contacts, local lawyers contacts, human rights organizations contacts, and other lists of contacts)



Box 122 Contributors, 1992



Box 96 Direct Mail, 1982-1989



Box 32 Drops, 1984



Box 148 Executive Committee, Executive Directors, and Board of Trustees,, undated



Box 36 Mailing Lists, undated



Box 74 Mailing Lists (master), 1984



Box 96 Master copy, 1984



Box 36 Miscellaneous corrections, 1983-1984



Box 97 Miscellaneous mailings, undated



Box 74 Outreach List and Congressional/Senate, undated

(Official outreach list, congressional list, and outreach index)



Box 97 Returned Postage Receipts, 1987-1988



Box 74 Sanctions Report List, undated


Box 74 Senate and Congress List, undated



Box 150 Senator "Supporters" List, 1991



Box 129 Partial Lifting of the State of Emergency in South Africa (press release),, Jun 1990


Personnel



Box 211 Arrey, Clifford, 1971-1977

[restricted until 2051]



Box 36 Associates'/Colleagues' Resumes, 1986-1991

[restricted until until 2058]



Box 211 Attorney Applicants, Volunteer and Cooperating Attorneys, 1974-1987



Box 37 Barnett, Carolyn, 1981

(Internal memo, notes, assignment task sheets)



Box 74 Blount, Denise, 1992



Box 37 Brown, Regina, 1987-1989


Box 37 Carlsson, Bernt


Box 37 Clemens, Ora, 1982-1983

[restricted until 2059]

( (CV, internal memo, time cards, employment agreement, correspondence, writing sample, notes)



Box 211 Corneilse, Carol (summer intern), 1983



Box 74 Correspondence, 1989-1992


Box 74 DeSoto, Amey Elizabeth, undated

[restricted until 2070]



Box 120 Eide, Lorainne, 1989-1991



Box 37 Employment References from G. McDougall, 1987-1991


Box 37 Fleshman, Michael, 1989



Box 211 Gardner, Sandra (intern), 1982



Box 37 General administration file, 1976

[restricted until 2056]



Box 211 General, 1985-1989



Box 34 General Employment Applicants, 1988-1989



Box 37 Guidelines on Public Statements by staff, 1983



Box 36 Gunning, Isabelle R., undated


Box 36 Hadley, Beverly, 1984

(Law intern International Human Rights Internship)



Box 37 International Human Rights Internship Program, 1978-1989


Box 37 Interns (summer), 1987-1988



Box 74 Jones, LaMonica, 1989



Box 37 Lee, Margaret, 1981

(correspondence)



Box 36 Legal Intern Work/Study, 1981-1985



Box 37 Levy, Marc A. (intern), 1983-1984

[restricted until 2063]



Box 18 Massimino, Micaela, undated



Box 37 Miscellaneous Documents on Taking Pro Bono Cases, 1990-1992


Box 37 Moffat, Bernadette, 1981

(Letter of reference, personal statement, correspondence, cv)



Box 211 Newton, Priscilla A., 1985-1991


Box 211 Nunn, Kenneth, 1987



Box 37 Pongracz, Wendy, 1979

[restricted until 2059]



Box 74 Possible Research Assistant: Joseph F. Jordan, 1982



Box 37 Postell, Diane, 1986-1987


Box 37 Professional Applicants Who Have Received Rejection Letters, 1977

[restricted until 2055]



Box 36 Prosper, Michael (intern), 1983-1984

[restricted until 2064]



Box 37 Rayner, Mary Isabel, 1987



Box 73 Researcher Position, 1987



Box 37 Resumes on File, 1983-1988



Box 74 Samara, Noah A. (intern), 1983


Box 74 Secretary Position, undated



Box 37 Slott, Deborah (intern), 1983


Box 37 Soderbergh, Carl, 1991

[restricted until 2071]



Box 74 Staff attorney applicants, 1981



Box 247 Staff attorney applicants, 1984-1985



Box 37 Staff Leave Record and Legislative Activity Summary Forms, 1988



Box 150 Staff Manual, 1985



Box 211 Student Researcher Position (the John Hopkins University School of Advanced International Study), 1987



Box 74 Summer intern applications, undated



Box 121 Thomas, Dorothy, 1989

[restricted until 2069]



Box 37 Timesheets, 1987-1989



Box 36 Timesheets for temporary staff, 1987

[restricted until 2067]



Box 121 Timesheets for temporary staff and interns, 1985-1991



Box 31 Timesheets for temporary staff and interns, 1988-1989

[restricted until 2068/2069]


Box 31 Todd Larson, 1987-1989



Box 36 Ton Gardiniers, 1981

(Correspondence, internal memos)


Box 36 Tucker, John, 1986



Box 74 Volunteers, 1985-1992



Box 42 Wells, Julia, undated



Box 76 Werboff, Ann, 1987



Box 37 Work-Study Information and Student Applications, 1980-1984

[restricted until 2061]



Box 36 Yale Lowestein Clinical Program, 1987


Press conference, Dec 15 1987


Publications

(Included are multiple drafts, final versions, notes, research, and fact-checking for various publications. It includes design drafts, layout mockups, typesetting drafts, photographs, price quotes, and invoices for the publication of the reports. The publications that have the most documentation include: annual reports, Children in Detention, Deaths in Detention, and the Study of the Feasibility of Enforcement in U.S. Courts of Decree No.1 for the Protection of the Natural Resources of Namibia. )



Box 222 1978 Staff Report to the Membership: Chicago LCCRUL, 1978



Box 101 1988 Sanctions Report, 1989

(drafts and final report)



Box 104 1988 Sanctions Report, 1989

(production notes)



Box 33 Background Paper on the Political Prisoners of South Africa and Namibia,, Jul-82

(Drafts)



Box 50 Children in Detention in South Africa, 1984-1988



Box 104 Colonialism, Self-Determination and Freedom South Africa's Moral Dilemma,, undated

(Paper by Millard W. Arnold)



Box 76 Committee Reports, Mar 1974-Jul 1980

(includes letter from Henry A. Preston, draft report)



Box 40 Committee Report newsletter, 1987-1990



Box 101 Consultation Transcript: 1988 Sanction Report, 1988



Box 76 Death Penalty Report, 1989



Box 247 Deaths in Detention, undated


Box 247 Deaths in Detention, 1982-1984

(correspondence including various Congressmen)



Box 99 Deaths in Detention, 1983



Box 247 Deaths in Detention, May 1983

(report as presented to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights)


Box 247 Deaths in Detention, 1983

(draft and final draft)


Box 247 Deaths in Detention, 1983

(printer estimate)



Box 104 Deaths in Detention, 1983

(final report)



Box 122 Deaths in Detention, 1963-1977

(list of deaths and report and report "Deaths in Detention in South Africa" by SAP as distributed by the UN Centre Against Apartheid (1977)



Box 134 Deaths in Detention, 1983

(drafts)



Box 135 Deaths in Detention, 1983

(final copies)



Box 149 Deaths in Detention, 1982

(Background articles)


Box 149 Deaths in Detention, 1983

(drafts; research; press clippings)



Box 99 Deaths in Detention, 1982



Box 104 Equal Justice Under law, 1978



Box 13 Implementation of the Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act of 1986,, 1988

(Final report)



Box 99 Implementation of the Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act of 1986,, 1988



Box 129 Implementation of the Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act of 1986,, 1988



Box 228 Implementation of the Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act of 1986,, 1988



Box 104 International Legal Assistance and the Utilization of Domestic Legal Techniques in Support of Human Rights in Southern Africa,, 1975

(draft)


Box 104 Legal Alternative to Violence: A Legal Opportunity for Justice,, 1978

(Report by SAP from Sep 1978)



Box 135 Legal Alternative to Violence: A Legal Opportunity for Justice,, 1978


Box 135 Martial Law in Townships, 1985

(first and second drafts)



Box 247 Memos, 1984-1985



Box 228 Political Imprisonment in Namibia, UN Symposium on Namibia,, 31-Oct-84



Box 222 Rockefeller Report: Apartheid: The International Legal Implications: Original,, 1978

(draft)



Box 99 Self-Determination Report, 1991

(draft)


Box 99 South Africa in Transition Updates, 1990-1991

(Updates I-V and update Jun 1991)


Box 99 South Africa's Death Squads, 1990



Box 129 South Africa's Death Squads, 1990



Box 104 South Africa's Internal Security Act, No. 44 of 1950: Effects of its Banning Provisions on Organizations and Individuals,, 1977



Box 149 South Africa's Race Policies, Deaths in Detention, 1976-1983

(research)



Box 99 Special Report: Southern Africa, 1982-1986



Box 135 Special Report: Southern Africa, 1980-1986



Box 100 Study of the Feasibility of Enforcement in U.S. Courts of Decree No. 1 for the Protection of the Natural Resrouces of Namibia,, 1984

(final report and drafts)



Box 104 Study of the Feasibility of Enforcement in U.S. Courts of Decree No. 1 for the Protection of the Natural Resrouces of Namibia,, 1984

(drafts)



Box 122 Study of the Feasibility of Enforcement in U.S. Courts of Decree No. 1 for the Protection of the Natural Resrouces of Namibia,, Nov-Dec 1982

(Paper presented to the International Seminar on the Role of Transnational Corporations in Namibia )



Box 149 Study of the Feasibility of Enforcement in U.S. Courts of Decree No. 1 for the Protection of the Natural Resrouces of Namibia,, 1984



Box 36 Study of the Feasibility of Enforcement in U.S. Courts of Decree No. 1 for the Protection of the Natural Resrouces of Namibia,, 1983

(revision)



Box 99 The Commission of Inquiry into Kangwane: Brief of the Lawyers' Committee as Amicus Curiae,, 1984



Box 222 The Lawyers' Committee: the First Twenty-Five Years, 1988



Box 99 The Release of South Africa's Political Prisoners: Definitions and Expectations,, 1990


Box 99 Torture of Detainees in South Africa, 1985



Box 104 Utilization of the Advisory Opinion of the ICJ to Determine Whether U.N. Sanctions Can Be Lifted Unilaterally,, 1979



Box 135 With Respect to Morality, Justice and Law in South Africa,, 1979

(draft and correspondence)



Box 42 Yearning to Breathe Free, 1985



Box 101 Yearning to Breathe Free: Trial Observer's Report in the case of State v. Mawalal Ramgobin and 15 folders others,, 1985


SAP Advisory Subcommittee



Box 163 Correspondence, 1981



Box 51 Meeting minutes, 1987-1991



Box 49 Meetings, 1981-1991



Box 18 Meetings, 1990



Box 76 1990-1994,, 1990-1994



Box 31 1975-1977,, 1975-1977



Box 136 Stationary, 1990


Testimonies, Statements, and Writings



Box 104 African Group at the United Nations: A Statement by Gay J. McDougall,, 1980



Box 247 American Association of Blacks in Energy article by McDougall,, 1985


Box 247 Apartheid, Feb 1985



Box 104 Committee on Foreign Affairs U.S. House of Representatives,, 1974

(Speech given by Douglas P. Wachholz on Feb 21, 1974, follow up correspondence, press clippings, drafts of speech with attachments, supporting documentation, notes)


Box 104 Committee on Foreign Affairs U.S. House of Representatives,, 1981

(Speech given by Gay J. McDougall on Feb 23, 1981)


Box 104 Committee on Foreign Affairs U.S. House of Representatives,, 1981

(Speech given by Gay J. McDougall on Mar 4, 1981)


Box 104 Committee on Foreign Affairs U.S. House of Representatives,, 1979

(Speech given by Millard W. Arnold on Mar 1, 1979)


Box 104 Committee on Foreign Affairs U.S. House of Representatives,, 1980

(Speech given by Millard W. Arnold on Apr 29, 1980 on the 36th session of the UN Commission on Human Rights)


Box 104 Committee on Foreign Affairs U.S. House of Representatives,, 1980

(Oral statement and prepared statement by Millard W. Arnold on May 13, 1980)


Box 104 Committee on Foreign Affairs U.S. House of Representatives,, 1980

(Speech given by William L. Robinson)



Box 247 Committee on Foreign Affairs U.S. House of Representatives,, 1980

(Speech given by William L. Robinson)



Box 104 Committee on International Relations U.S. House of Representatives,, 1977

(Speech given by Millard W. Arnold on Oct 26, 1977, resolution (H. Res. 809 and H. Con. Res. 398), correspondence, research, and drafts)



Box 149 Day of Solidarity with South African Political Prisoners, 1984

(statement by Gay McDougall and letter requesting to make the statement)



Box 247 Day of Solidarity with South African Political Prisoners, 1985-1986

(statements by McDougall and Peay)


Box 247 Day of Solidarity with South African Political Prisoners: A Statement by Gay J. McDougall,, 1985



Box 104 Day of Solidarity with South African Political Prisoners: A Statement by Gay J. McDougall,, 1981


Box 104 Day of Solidarity with South African Political Prisoners: A Statement by Gay J. McDougall,, 1982



Box 228 Decree No. 1 Presented to UN Symposium on Namibia, 1984



Box 247 Detention of Children, Jun 29 1987

(Subcommittee on Africa)


Box 247 Diggs Subcommittee, 1971

(Wachholz testimony on Portuguese colonies)


Box 247 Diggs Subcommittee, 1974

(Wachholz testimony on Portuguese colonies)



Box 228 Divestiture Speech, 1985

[restricted until 2067]



Box 73 Goler Teal Butcher's Speech, 1992



Box 222 Hearings on Namibia Before the Subcommittee on Africa of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the US House of Representatives: Gay McDougall,, 1985

(Feb 21, 1985 final and draft, mailing list and notes)


Box 222 Hearings on South Africa Before the Subcommittee on Africa of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the US House of Representatives: Gay McDougall,, 1986

(Mar 12, 1986 final version)



Box 104 House Foreign Affairs Subcommittees on Africa and International Economic Policy and Trade,, 1982

(Speech given by Goler Teal Butcher on Feb 9, 1982)



Box 133 Index and copies of SAP Testimonies, 1980-1985



Box 149 Namibia Hearings before the House Subcommittee on Africa: Drafts,, 1985

(Drafts for the Feb 21, 1985 testimony by Gay McDougall)



Box 228 Southern African Issues in United States Courts by Goler Teal Butcher,, 1983

(Reprinted version from Howard Law Journal, versions for LCCRUL)



Box 104 Special Committee Against Apartheid United Nations, 1980-1981

(Speeches given by Gay J. McDougall on Mar 26, 1980, March 27, 1981)


Box 104 Special Committee Against Apartheid United Nations, 1982

(Speech given by Gay J. McDougall on Jun 14, 1982)



Box 150 Special Political Committee of the General Assemby of the United Nations: A statement by Gay McDougall,, 1983

(Testimony presented on Nov 8, 1983, testimony, drafts, notes and correspondence)



Box 104 Special Political Committee of the United Nations General Assembly,, 1977

(Speech given by Millard W. Arnold on Oct 11, 1977)


Box 104 Speech by Douglas P. Wachholz at the Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association,, 1974

(draft)



Box 134 Speech by Millard W. Arnold at Howard University Law School,, Feb 23 1978

(drafts)



Box 104 Submission of Millard W. Arnold before the Rockefeller Study Commission on U.S. Policy Toward Southern Africa,, 1980



Box 129 Testimony Prepared for the African Affairs Subcommittee of the U.S. Senate by McDougall,, 1992



Box 99 Testimony Prepared for the Special Political Committee of the United Nations General Assembly,, 1991



Box 247 Testimony Prepared for the Special Political Committee of the United Nations General Assembly,, 1991


Box 247 Testimony Prepared for the Subcommittee on Africa of the US House of Representatives,, 1991


Box 247 Testimony Prepared for the Subcommittee on Africa of the US House of Representatives,, Jul 1992



Box 129 Testimony Prepared for the Subcommittee on Africa of the US House of Representatives,, 1992



Box 104 Testimony Prepared for the Subcommittee on Africa and Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and Trade of the US House of Representatives,, 1991



Box 129 Testimony Prepared for the Subcommittee on Africa and Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and Trade of the US House of Representatives,, 1991



Box 228 Testimony Presented to Special Committee of UN General Assembly,, Nov 1984



Box 104 Transcript of Congressional Hearing Dated Jun 6, 1973, and Jan 14 and 31, 1974: Douglas P. Wachholz,, 1973-1974

(Congressional transcript of hearing in which Douglas P. Wachholz presented)


Box 104 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO: A Statement by W. Emmitt Roberts, Esq.,, 1977

(Speech given by W. Emmitt Roberts, Esq. on Dec 9, 1977)



Box 133 U.S. Policy Towards South Africa: The Dilemma of Moral and Global Interests: A Statement by Millard W. Arnold,, 1980

(Speech given by Millard W. Arnold on Jun 4, 1980, drafts)



Box 222 United Nations Fourth Committee Hearings on Namibia: A Statement by Gay McDougall,, Oct 17 1986



Box 96 United Nations Special Political Committee Hearings on Apartheid: A Statement by Gay McDougall,, Oct 22 1986


Travel

(This sub-subseries includes: visa and passport applications, tickets and hotel information, agendas and local contacts' information, receipts for travel expenses and correspondence related to travel. It includes in large part this information for trips conducted by: Gay McDougall, Michael Peay, Millard W. Arnold, Douglas P. Wachholz, and Peter Connells.)



Box 120 Douglas P. Wachholz's trips to Africa and Europe, 1974-1975

(Pictures, financial and travel documents, correspondence)



Box 73 ICA Africa Trip, 1978

(Correspondence, travel documents, invitations, itineraries, press releases, research, guest lists, press clippings)



Box 120 McDougall's Trip to Southern Africa, 1983

(Financial and travel documents, correspondence, internal memos)



Box 76 Michael Peay's Southern Africa/Europe Trip, 1975

(Internal memos, notes, correspondence, receipts for travel expences, travel documents, contact list, meeting information and agendas, press clippings, visa application)


Box 76 Millard W. Arnold's Africa Trip, 1979

(Internal memos, notes, correspondence, receipts for travel expences, travel documents, press clippings, reports of trip activities, contact list, meeting information and agendas)



Box 73 Namibia, 1989



Box 95 Other International Visitors to US, 1975-1976

(short biographies and notes of international individuals visiting the US the SAP met with, internal memos, correspondence)



Box 120 Peter Connell's Trip to South Africa, 1970

[restricted until 2040]



Box 134 Ticket Reports (NWQ 418nNW), 1969-1970



Box 211 Travel Expenses and Vouchers, 1991-1992



Box 134 Travel Vouchers, 1970



Box 210 TWA Ticket Reports, 1971



Box 95 Visa for Azikwe R. Bormann, 1974

(notes)



Box 211 Visa Applications, 1988-1991



Box 162 Visa Applications (general info), [undated]



Box 76 Visa Applications- Gay McDougall, 1979-1993



Box 95 Visa for Ben Guriarab, 1974-1975

(rress release, the Daily Washington Law Reporter, internal memo, correspondence)



Box 120 Visa Rui Mendes Pereira and Jose M. Azevedo Pinheiro, 1974

[restricted]

(internal memos, background information for cases, notes, legal documents, press clippings, mailing list, asylum application, correspondence)



Box 74 "Who Killed Them?", 1978-1987

(Notes, telegrams, chronological list)


Subseries I.2: Namibia, 1967-1994

The Namibia subseries pertains to the Lawyers Committee and the Southern Africa Project's work in Namibia, both generally and specifically through the Commission on Independence for Namibia. The series largely documents the implementation of United Nations Security Council Resolution 435 leading to elections in Namibia and its independence from South Africa. There are extensive newspaper clippings from the implementation from African sources. Also included are reports on the transition process written and distributed by the Commission on Independence for Namibia.



Box 23 1981-1982

(Background Paper on Political Prisoners of South Africa and Namibia prepared for Conference in Solidarity with the Liberation Struggles of the Peoples of Southern Africa; Correspondence with Congressman William H. Gray III, United States District Court proceedings, Southern Africa special report, and paper on Decree No. 1 for the Protection of the Natural Resources of Namibia )


Box 23 1984-1985

(Press releases, newspaper clippings, court proceedings, papers on Decree No. 1, and paper on political prisoners in Namibia; United States House of Representatives testimony and seminar lecture notes on security legislation in Namibia)


Box 23 1988,, 1988

(United Nations' seminar notes on international responsibility for Namibia's independence, "Current Crisis in Namibia Background Paper," "Greetings on Opening of Human Rights Centre in Ongewediva")



Box 252 Accountability

(United Nations' seminar notes on international responsibility for Namibia's independence, "Current Crisis in Namibia Background Paper," "Greetings on Opening of Human Rights Centre in Ongewediva")



Box 131 Action Namibia Report, 1974-1975


Administrative



Box 13 Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act of 1986 implementation, Jun 1988

(Miscellaneous mailing list sheets and other papers indicating all individuals to whom the report was sent to)



Box 16 Analysis of Electoral Process

(questions for analyzing freeness and fairness of Namibian election)



Box 55 Correspondence with Interested Law Firms, 1988-1989



Box 14 Election Monitoring Logistics, Apr-Nov 1989



Box 55 Faxes received, Dec 1989-Mar 1990



Box 11 Faxes received, Dec 1989-Mar 1990



Box 242 Finances, Apr-May 1989



Box 11 Information for Namibia Report Sought Through John Ford at Lorentz and Bone,, 1988



Box 20 Insurance, Apr-May 1989


Box 20 Insurance Documents, Apr-May 1989


Box 20 Legal Assistance Tickler File, 1987-1990



Box 17 Letterhead, 1988

(Drafts of updated letterhead design)



Box 13 Mancino, Frank, 1990

(intern)



Box 21 Memos from the Lawyers Committee



Box 229 Mike's Visa Applications, 1987-1990



Box 57 Miscellaneous Mailing List Sheets for Report: Implementation of the Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act of 1986,, Jun 1988



Box 21 Monitoring project travel arrangements, 1989



Box 55 Administrator General, 1989



Box 16 Africa Watch Bulletins, 1989-1990


African Liberation Movements


Box 16 SWANU, 1975-1976


Box 16 SWAPO, 1974-1986


Box 16 SWAPO arrests at Windhoek, Dec 1978



Box 202 Agency for International Development

(report on health conditions)



Box 16 American Committee for Africa (ACOA) fund, 1990



Box 55 Amnesty, 1989-1990

(Newspaper clippings and Government Gazettes relating to granting amnesty in South West Africa)


Amnesty International



Box 16 Annual report summary, Jul 1990



Box 202 General, Apr 1977



Box 23 General, 1984-1987



Box 24 Reports on Human Rights Abuses in Namibia, 1982-1987



Box 202 Urgent Action, 1985



Box 56 Angola fighting, 1989

(clippings)



Box 14 April 1st, 1989

(Reports on atrocities committed on Apr 1, 1989 in Namibia)



Box 20 Background articles on Namibia, 1971-1986


Background information


Box 20 Background information written by Lawyers' Committee, 1985-1988



Box 24 Background report drafts by Pierre and John, undated



Box 20 Farmers, undated


Box 20 General, 1988-1989


Box 20 General, 1981-1984



Box 92 United Nations, 1983-1987


Box 92 Binga conscription case, 1983-1988


Box 92 Bishop Winter's appeal, 1972-1974



Box 55 Briefing Papers, 1988-1989

(transition to democracy)



Box 202 British all-party Namibia Parlimentary Group visit to Namibia,, 1985

(report)


Case Files



Box 92 A. Dumeni v. Minister of Defence and others, 1988

(H. Angula- Lorentz and Bone)



Box 71 Airport signs, 1982-1983



Box 123 Cassinga detainees case report, undated



Box 71 Cassinga detainees Case and International Law, 1984



Box 123 Chief Clemens Kapuuo, 1970s



Box 55 Christian Tiboth and Simon Christiaan versus Chairman of the Exemption Board for the South West Africa Territory Force,, 1988



Box 229 Committee for Free Namibia v. SWAPO, 1982

(first SWAPO lawsuit)



Box 55 Council of Churches in Namibia and Others v. Cabinet of Interim Government for the Territory of South West Africa and Others,, 1988


Box 55 Faustinus Wakudumo v. South West Africa Territory Force, 1989



Box 56 Hilda Shifidi v. Administrator General and Others, 1988

(Lorentz and Bone)



Box 92 J.M. Hendricks v. the State, 1988



Box 70 Joseph, Petrus, 1989

(death of)



Box 229 M. Kamulunga v. Minister of Defence and others, 1988

(H. Angula- Lorentz and Bone)



Box 92 N. Katofa Windhoek prison, 1985-1987

(Smuts)



Box 229 Namibia Trade and Cultural Council v. Africa Fund, 1984



Box 92 Nestor v. Minister of Police, undated



Box 123 Ovamboland elections fraud, 1975



Box 17 Political trials, 1985-1989



Box 131 Public floggings, 1973-1975

(pleadings and photographs)



Box 123 Reginald A.V. Ngcobo, undated



Box 92 Selma Simon v. Minister of Defence, 1988

(H. Angula- Lorentz and Bone)



Box 24 Shiffidi Inquest transcripts, 1987

(Afrikaans and English)



Box 123 Shiffidi case, 1988


Box 123 Shooting incident at Katutura, 1975


Box 123 State v. David Meroro, 1974-1975



Box 11 State v. Frans Angula and 6 others, 1985-1986

(Smuts)



Box 18 State v. Haita, 1986



Box 92 State v. Haita, May 1987



Box 143 State v. Ivan Toms, 1987-1988

(trial transcript)



Box 92 State v. Johannes Nangutuuala and others, 1973-1975


Box 92 State v. Keshi Nathaniel and others, 1973-1974



Box 123 State v. Mashakeli, 1974



Box 92 State v. Nathaniel and 2 others, 1986



Box 131 State v. Taapopi and Kashea, 1974-1975



Box 123 State v. Thomas Komati, 1974



Box 131 SWAPO mass arrests, 1974-1977



Box 123 SWAPO terrorism trial, 1975-1977



Box 22 Tamsanqa Duma and Two Others, 1987

(B.B. Tonga)



Box 123 Terrorism Act trials, 1975-1976



Box 229 United States of America ex rel. United States-Namibia v. SWAPO,, 1983-1984

(second SWAPO lawsuit)



Box 92 V. Haukongo v. Minister of Defence and others, 1988

(H. Angula- Lorentz and Bone)



Box 58 Victoria Mweuhanga v. The Cabinet (Lorrentz and Bone), 1988



Box 123 Wood and Shilongo v. Okwanyama tribal, 1973-1974



Box 24 Children, Apartheid, and Repression in Namibia, 1988

(working papers from seminar sponsored by London IDAF)


Church Activities



Box 131 Bishop Colin O'Brien Winter, 1973-1975



Box 16 Council of Churches, 1979-1984



Box 131 Damaraland Anglican Diocese, 1975-1977



Box 55 General, 1989



Box 20 General, Jul 1989



Box 16 Miscellaneous, 1973-1982



Box 202 Miscellaneous



Box 10 Church Information Monitoring Service Observers Reports, 1990



Box 38 Church Project on United States Investment in South Africa, 1973-1974



Box 229 Clippings, 1989-1990



Box 20 Comment on United States By United States, May-Sep 1989


Commission on Independence for Namibia



Box 55 Briefing Materials Sent, May-Jul 1989



Box 242 Chair and member list



Box 229 Election monitoring project proposal, Feb-May 1989



Box 246 First Observer exit statements, Jun 1989



Box 14 First Observer mission report, Jul-Aug 1989


Box 14 First Observer mission schedule, Jun 1989


Box 14 Fourth Observer Group Applications for Election Observer Identity Cards,, 1989


Box 14 Fourth Observer Group Schedule, Nov 1989


Box 14 General correspondence, 1989


Box 14 Interviews, Congressional Testimony, and Briefing Papers, Jun-Aug 1989


Box 14 Invitations to observe elections, 1989



Box 23 Media, May-Jul 1989



Box 14 Media contacts, 1989



Box 56 Observer mission reports, 1989

(first and second observer missions)



Box 14 Observer mission statements, 1989



Box 10 Observer Mission Statements, 1989



Box 14 Observer report guidelines, Jun 1989



Box 58 Poll Watching Reports, Nov 1989


Box 58 Polling Sites, Staffing, and Admin, 1989



Box 14 Press advisory and materials, Jun 1989


Box 14 Press Coverage of Special Observer Groups 1-3, 1989



Box 229 Press kit



Box 10 Second Observer Group Briefing Paper, Aug 1989


Box 10 Second Observer Group Correspondence, Jul-Sep 1989



Box 14 Second Observer Group Exit Statements, Aug 1989


Box 14 Second Observer Group Press Advisory, Aug 1989


Box 14 Second Observer Group Schedule, Aug 1989


Box 14 Second Observer Mission report, Aug 1989


Box 14 Special observer group Avis Car Rental paperwork, Apr 1989


Box 14 Special observer group comments in the press, 1989-1990


Box 14 Special observer group correspondence, 1989-1990


Box 14 Special observer group hotel expenses, 1989


Box 14 Special observer group media list and guidelines, 1989


Box 14 Special observer group visa applications, 1989


Box 14 Special Observer team itinerary, Aug 1989


Box 14 Special obsever group biographical information, Jun 1989


Box 14 Third Observer Group Briefing Paper, Oct 1989


Box 14 Third Observer Group Correspondence, Sep-Oct 1989


Box 14 Third Observer Group exit statements, Oct 1989

(Statements from third Special Observer Group upon conclusion of mission)


Box 14 Third Observer Group itinerary, Oct 1989


Box 14 Third Observer Group press advisory, Oct 1989



Box 10 This Week in Namibia Reports on 435 Process (Official Version),, May 1989-Feb 1990


Box 10 This Week in Namibia Reports on 435 Process (Unofficial Version),, Jun 1989-Feb 1990



Box 13 Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act in South Africa, 1972-1986

(reports)


Box 13 Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act in South Africa (WJ resources),, 1972-1986



Box 18 Conditions in Namibia, 1987-1989

(reports)


Conferences



Box 71 Dakar Conference (International Conference on Namibia and Human Rights),, 1974-1976



Box 230 Dakar Conference (International Conference on Namibia and Human Rights),, 1976

("Human Rights in Namibia and the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law" by Peay)



Box 143 Friedman conference "Namibia Under International Law", 1983



Box 71 Mohonk Conference - Negotiating the End of Conflicts, 1979



Box 229 National Conference on Namibia, Jul 1987



Box 143 One Hundred Years No More, Jul 1984

(NGO conference on independence)


Box 143 United Nations Council for Namibia conference at the Hague,, 1981


Box 143 United Nations International conference in support of the struggle of people from independence,, Apr 1983



Box 58 Wingspread conference, 1976



Box 17 Zimbabwe Economics Society Conference Paper, Nov 1989



Box 56 Congressional letters, Aug 1989



Box 20 Congressional Testimony, 1985-1986

(Drafts and final copy of McDougall's "Testimony Presented to the Hearings on Namibia Before the Subcommittee on Africa of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the United States House of Representatives" )



Box 55 Constituent Assembly, Dec 1989-Feb 1990


Box 55 Constitution, 1988-1990

(Correspondence, news, and analysis of drafting of Namibian Constitution)



Box 246 Constitution, undated



Box 16 Constitutional conference, 1975



Box 143 Contacts, undated



Box 246 Contacts, 1989-1992



Box 20 Corporate Activity in Namibia, 1976-1983

(Surveys, memos, reports, and United Nations General Assembly resolutions on corporative activity in Namibia)


Box 20 Cosby, Camille, 1990



Box 24 Current Crisis in Namibia, 1988

(SAP background paper on school boycott campaign and two day labor stayaway)



Box 16 Current Detentions, 1982-1984

(Amnesty International external memos on detentions in Namibia)



Box 229 Dateline: Namibia, 1985-1987

(various newsletter issues)



Box 196 Dateline: Namibia, 1987-1990

(various newsletter issues)


Decree No. 1



Box 71 Articles, 1982-1986



Box 92 Correspondence, 1983-1984



Box 20 General



Box 71 Implementation, 1981-1982



Box 92 Lawsuit- The Netherlands, 1987


Box 92 Mandates



Box 71 Memos, 1983



Box 92 Memos, 1983-1984



Box 71 Namibia Paper, 1983

(Gay McDougall's special service agreement with the United Nations regarding Namibian research project on enforcement of Decree No. 1 in US Courts)



Box 92 Notes, 1982-1983


Box 92 Notes and correspondence, 1983


Box 92 Research and notes



Box 58 Study of the Feasibility of Enforcement in US Courts of Decree No. 1 for the Protection of the Natural Resources of Namibia,, Jun 1984

(Lawyers' Report submitted to United Nations Council for Namibia)



Box 71 United Nations reports, 1981-1986



Box 252 Decolonization dissertation, 1982



Box 12 Democratization Reports, 1989-1990



Box 92 Detainee rights pamphlet, 1985



Box 16 Detentions, 1982-1984



Box 14 Disciminatory Laws, 1972-1989



Box 11 Domestic politics, 1990



Box 14 Douglas, John W., Feb 1989

(op-ed)



Box 57 Douglas, John W., 1989

(Opinion-editorial about transition to independence in Namibia)



Box 11 Draft Election (Constituent Assembly) ProclamationComments by Lawyers' Committee,, Aug 1 1989



Box 242 Draft Election (Constituent Assembly) ProclamationStatement by Lawyers' Committee questioning fairness of democratic elections under Namibia Draft Election Proclamation,, Aug 1 1989



Box 24 Draft labor legislation proposed to Wiehahn Labour Commission by Namibian trade unions,



Box 55 DTA rallies and leadership, 1989-1990



Box 24 Du Pisani, Andre, 1988

("Beyond the Barracks" paper on South African military role in Namibia)



Box 55 Economic Prospects, 1989-1990


Economy



Box 20 Comment/International Parties, 1989


Box 20 Developments, 1989-1990


Box 20 Foreign investment/interest, May-Oct 1989


Box 20 Pension fund, Aug-Sep 1989



Box 202 Ecumenical Theological Consultation speech, 1983



Box 55 Education, Feb 1990

(Paper by Nahas Angula, Minister of Education, Culture, and Sports, titled "Our Schools Today: Problems and Prospects" )


Box 55 Election laws, 1978-1989



Box 23 Election Laws, 1989


Election Monitoring



Box 55 "Dirty Tricks", 1989

(observations and press clippings)


Box 55 Logistics, Apr-Nov 1989

(Administrative correspondence and planning of Namibia election monitoring trip)



Box 58 Poll Watching Reports, Nov 1989


Box 58 Polling Sites, Staffing, and Admin, 1989

(Quantitative information on Namibian polling stations)


Election observation



Box 71 Chile, 1989



Box 12 Newspaper clippings, 1989


Box 12 Newspaper reports, 1989


Box 12 Reports, 1989-1990

(Outside election monitoring reports)



Box 229 Election proclamations, 1989

(gazettes)



Box 55 Election results, 1989



Box 229 Election Watch, Nov 1989



Box 20 Election week newspaper clippings, Nov 1990



Box 55 Elections, 1989

(general clippings)



Box 132 Elections, 1978-1979



Box 15 Elections of 1978, undated



Box 203 Electoral process



Box 202 Episcopal Churchpeople for a Free Southern African (ESCA), 1987



Box 55 Equal Access to Media, Jul 1989

(Press clippings on South West African Broadcasting Corporation)



Box 143 Events in Namibia, 1987

(Michael Peay's draft report)



Box 246 Foreign aid



Box 14 Foundation for Democracy in Namibia, 1989-1990

(Letters to Senator Paul Simon and Dorothy Thomas)



Box 20 Freedom of Information Act Request, Nov-Dec 1983



Box 16 Frontline States: Angola, 1989-1990

(clippings)



Box 56 Future of Namibia, 1989

(clippings)


General



Box 16 1966-1990,, 1966-1990



Box 202 1980, 1982-1987,, 1980, 1982-1987



Box 196 1987,, 1987



Box 131 undated,, undated



Box 55 Contract labor, 1972



Box 20 Economy, 1989


Box 20 Economy/budget, 1989



Box 55 Employment regulations, Dec 1972


Box 55 Facts and Figures, 1976-1981



Box 20 Labor (3 day work stoppage), May-Sep 1989



Box 55 Military, May 1976


Box 55 Mineral rights, 1972-1973



Box 20 Namibia National Students' Organisation Policy, 5th Congress, Etc.,, Jul 1989



Box 55 Namibia Peace Center, 1981-1989



Box 20 National Students' Organisation Policy, 5th Congress, Etc.,, Jul 1989



Box 56 Negotiations for Elections, 1978-1980


Box 56 Orange River boundary, Sep 1985


Box 56 Political prisoners, 1980-1988



Box 203 Politics



Box 55 Proclamation AG8, 1980-1981



Box 143 Government gazettes, Jun-Dec 1985



Box 56 Government statutes in United States, Apr-Jun 1990



Box 15 Hammock, John, Aug 15 1989



Box 56 Hawala Appointment/Amnesty Issue, 1990-1991



Box 229 Hawala, Solomon, 1990-1991



Box 10 Holland Committee on Southern Africa Agenda Meeting on Namibia Election and Reports by European Anti-Apartheid Organizations,, Jan 1989



Box 16 Homelands (Namibia): Voting Rights, Aug 1977

(summary of legislation)


Human Rights



Box 56 Amnesty International report: "Namibia - The Human Rights Situation at Independence",, Aug 1990



Box 16 Amnesty International briefing, Apr 1977


Box 16 General, 1976-1990



Box 143 Human Rights Indexes, 1985-1986

(D. Smuts)



Box 20 Human Rights/Economy: Pension Fund, Aug-Sep 1989

(Legislation and newspaper clippings on privatization of pension funds during Namibian independence process)


Independence



Box 15 General correspondence, 1989-1990


Box 15 Miscellaneous, 1989



Box 56 Miscellaneous, 1989



Box 15 Nujoma speech, Feb 15, 1990-Mar 21,1990

(Embargoed copies of President Sam Nujoma's inaugural speech; Namibia Communications Centre report on inauguration; correspondence between Commission on Independence for Namibia and Namibia's Foreign Minister; note from South West Africa People's Organization)



Box 20 Independence and International Law, 1982



Box 58 Independence transition timetable, 1989



Box 131 International Court of Justice, 1970-1973

(Advisory Opinion on Namibia)



Box 71 International Seminar on the Role of Transnational Corporations in Namibia,, 1982



Box 11 Interview transcript regarding election, undated



Box 24 Interview transcripts from Mike's Namibia trial



Box 222 Interviews from Mike's trip to Namibia (audio)



Box 229 Interviews with Namibians

(transcripts)



Box 202 Intimidation Commission of Inquiry (O'Linn Commission)



Box 142 IV a. Curfew update, 1988


Box 142 IV c ii. Officially sanctioned torture and terror, 1986-1988


Box 142 IV c iii. Schools boycott, 1988


Box 142 IV c iv. Schools boycott, 1987-1988


Box 142 IV c v. Oshakati bombings, 1987-1988


Box 142 IV c. Children, 1987-1988



Box 56 Koevoet, 1989



Box 16 Kwazulu Inkatha, 1989-1990

(clippings about oil projects in South Africa)



Box 11 Land redistribution and ownership, 1990



Box 229 Laws of Southwest Africa, 1993



Box 56 Legal history, 1975-1976



Box 71 Legal study of Namibia article, 1982

(Alan Roberts and Gay McDougall)


Legal system



Box 56 1979 detentions, Aug-Dec 1979

(Report sent by Lutheran World Ministries titled "Detentions in Namibia")



Box 17 Administrative Procedures Act, Dec 1972



Box 56 Advisory opinion, 1986, 1988


Box 56 Brian O'Linn, 1971-1973



Box 17 Commission of Inquiry, 1971-1984


Box 17 Cooperating attorneys, 1988


Box 17 Domestic Litigation on Natural Resources



Box 56 Labor laws



Box 17 Miscellaneous proclamations, 1972



Box 56 Namibia Legal Defense Coordination, 1975


Box 56 Nangola execution, May 1977


Box 56 Prisoners, 1980


Box 56 Public floggings, 1973-1975



Box 24 Security Laws, 1970s-1980s

(general)


Legislation



Box 15 General, 1980-1990


Box 15 Post-independence, 1990



Box 21 Pre-independence, 1980-1988



Box 92 Proclamation 101 (Constitution of New Interim Government) plus Bill of Rights,, Jun 1985



Box 24 Proclamations AG9-AG26, undated



Box 15 Protection of Fundamental Rights Act, 1988



Box 202 Restricting Laws, 1989



Box 15 Self Determination, Law and Politics, 1982

(by Betty Landis)



Box 56 Lessons from the Namibian Transition

(Memorandum to CODESA Working Groups from Gay McGougall and Elizabeth Landis regarding lessons from the Namibian transition)



Box 242 Lessons from the Namibian Transition



Box 24 Letter from Namibia, 1988

(Solveig Kfeseth- impressions of Namibia by American anti-apartheid activist with National Namibia Concerns)



Box 56 Liebenberg, John Photos

(Namibian demonstrators and injuries sustained by some activists; firebombing of Namibian school)


Box 56 Life in the War Zone: Atrocities Committed by Security Forces,


Box 56 Local activist matters, 1989



Box 14 Lubowski, Anton, 1989

(Reports on the assassination of)



Box 17 Lutheran Church in America Publications, 1986



Box 56 Maps



Box 24 Maps



Box 18 Mbeki, Mandela, etc., 1987

(Telegrams to Nelson Mandela, African National Congress, Frederik W. De Klerk, and Govan Mbeki)



Box 56 McDougall speeches



Box 24 Memos, 1984-1985



Box 17 Miscellaneous, 1988-1990



Box 57 Miscellaneous clippings, 1989



Box 24 Missing Persons in Namibia, 1980

(U.N. Human Rights Commission working group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances)



Box 17 Municipal Elections, 1988


Box 17 Municipal Legislation, 1982-1988



Box 71 Namibia - Collected Documents, 1989

(Copies of studies on Namibia)


Namibia Communications Centre



Box 56 1989-1990,, 1989-1990



Box 12 Documents on Peace in Southwestern Africa and Transition for Namibian Independence,, 1989



Box 196 General, 1986-1989



Box 11 General, 1990


Box 11 Namibia, Essential Documents of the United Nations' Independence Plan--Section 1-5,, 1976-1989



Box 143 Press information packet



Box 11 Press information packets, 1986-1989



Box 24 Press releases, 1984-1988



Box 17 Reports of human rights violations, 1985-1988



Box 20 Testimony to United Nations on South Africa Human Rights violators in Namibia,, 1987-1988



Box 22 Namibia Council of Churches report to the Commission of Inquiry into Security Legislation,, May 1984



Box 12 Namibia Election Observation Reports, 1989-1990



Box 24 Namibia in Perspective, 1987


Box 24 Namibia Liberation: Self-Determination, Law and Politics, 1982

(Betty Landis analysis of legal and political issues barring Namibia's independence)


Namibia Monitoring project



Box 51 Budget, 1990



Box 21 Correspondence, 1989-1990


Box 21 Finances, 1989-1990



Box 57 Finances, Jul-Nov 1989

[restricted until 2069]



Box 120 Travel information, 1989-1990



Box 21 Visas, 1989



Box 11 Visas, 1989


Box 11 Visa applications, 1989



Box 21 Namibia Report Communications, 1988-1989


Box 21 Namibia Report Expenses, 1986-1989



Box 23 Outstanding Commitment Updates, 1989-1990



Box 22 Outstanding Commitment Updates (Legal Assistance), 1989-1990


Box 22 Possible Funders, Aug 1989


Box 22 Publications, 1985-1987



Box 11 Receipts and Invoices, 1985-1987



Box 14 Receipts and Invoices (Fed Ex. Mail, etc.), 1985-1987



Box 17 Security Security Council Resolution 435 paper

(Paper: "What is Resolution 435?")



Box 14 Staff Documents, Sep-Oct 1988


Box 14 Staff list, Sep-Oct 1988


Box 14 Statements to Subcommittee on Africa, Committee on Foreign Affairs, United States House of Representatives,, 1989


Box 14 Transcript of statements to United States House of Representatives Subcommittee on Africa concerning Namibian independence process,, 1989


Box 14 Visa applications, 1987-1990

(Michael Prosper)


Box 14 Visas, 1989



Box 71 Namibia Negotiations, 1982-1983



Box 23 Namibia News Briefing, Jun 1983-Feb 1989



Box 196 Namibia News Briefing, 1986-1988



Box 229 Namibia newsletter, 1987



Box 196 Namibia newsletter, 1988-1989



Box 12 Namibia Newsletters from International and Local Human Rights Organizations,, 1985-1988



Box 11 Namibia Papers spine and cover originals



Box 242 Namibia Report background information, 1986-1987



Box 11 Namibia Report background information, 1986-1987

(Lists of cases, reports, sources, and follow up questions concerning human rights violations mentioned in Namibia Papers report)



Box 17 Namibia Solidarity OrganizationsNamibia Support Committee (UK),, 1986


Box 17 Namibia Solidarity OrganizationsOperation Namibia, 1975-1979



Box 229 Namibia Support Committee, 1985-1986

(Action on Namibia newsletter)



Box 196 Namibia Support Committee, 1987-1989

(Action on Namibia newsletter)



Box 24 Namibia: A TransAtlantic View, 1987

(Betty Landis in South African trial on Human Rights)


Box 24 Namibia: Nation in Waiting by David Niddrie (article in Working Progress on current state of affairs in Namibia),, 1988



Box 246 Namibia: The Beginning of Disengagement, 1970

(by Elizabeth Landis)



Box 196 Namibia: Independence Now!, 1989



Box 92 Namibian newspaper, 1985



Box 229 National Bar Association magazine article on Namibia by McDougall,, Jan 1990



Box 92 Natural Resources Protection Act, 1985

(Pat Schroeder Bill)



Box 131 Notes



Box 11 Notes, 1990



Box 229 Observer mission to the United Nations, 1982-1986



Box 58 O'Leary Commission, 1989

(Commentary, laws, and legal opinions relating to election malpractice in Namibia)



Box 57 Organization of African Unity (OAU), 1989

(clippings)


Box 57 Other, 1989

(Miscellaneous press clippings regarding human rights issues)



Box 58 Other, 1989

(Miscellaneous press clippings regarding human rights issues)



Box 143 Outline comments, 1988

(SWAPO; Lutheran Office for World Community)


Ovambo strike



Box 92 Correspondence, 1972-1973


Box 92 Judgment, 1971


Box 92 Press clippings, 1971-1972



Box 17 Parliamentary Politics, 1988-1990



Box 58 Parties and Personalities, 1984-1989



Box 222 Parties Contesting the Namibian Elections, 1989



Box 15 Peacekeeping Force reduction, 1989



Box 222 Peay, Michael T. (book written by- digital), undated



Box 12 People's Liberation Army of Namibia, 1984-1986

(publications )



Box 17 Personalities, 1987-1990

(Newspaper profiles of prominent anti-apartheid activists in Southern Africa)



Box 57 Photos

(unidentified people and places)



Box 58 Photos from The Namibian


Box 58 Photos of Iishanaputa Combined School Near Ombalantu After Bombing and Arson Attacks,, Apr 1987



Box 23 Pietermaritzburg Crisis: Inkatha Vigilante Violence, Nov 1987



Box 17 Policy (general), 1989

(Newspaper clippings concerning SWAPO's position on Namibia's economy)



Box 58 Policy on Human Rights Violators, 1989-1990


Box 58 Political parties and personalities, 1984-1989


Box 58 Political Prisoner Release, 1989-1990



Box 17 Politics after March 1990, 1990

(clippings from Africa News)



Box 255 Post-Election Interviews, 1989

includes lawyer Dave Smuts and Namibia politicians



Box 17 Post-Election Interview Transcripts, 1989

(Accompanies cassette tapes)



Box 18 Post-Election Interview Transcripts, 1989

(Accompanies cassette tapes)



Box 23 Post-Election Interview Transcripts, 1990

(Interview transcripts with local Namibians following Nov 1990 elections)



Box 18 Press Activity in Namibia, 1967-1984

(Newspaper clippings)



Box 131 Press clippings and notes, 1985-1989



Box 11 Prisoner of war memo to Southwest People's Organization (SWAPO),, 1981-1982



Box 15 Project Vote, 1989



Box 11 Published material

(miscellaneous regarding religion, media, mining)



Box 58 Rallie's Reports, Jan-Feb 1989

(Luthern World Federation)



Box 11 Reconstruction and Development of Namibia, May 1990

(general policy statement)



Box 22 Report from the North, 1989



Box 24 SADF Shooting Victims medical intake forms (from Oshakati State Hospital),, 1988


Sanctions



Box 17 Decree No. 1, 1981-1986

(Correspondence with Dutch attorneys)



Box 15 General, Mar 1990



Box 58 Memo from Lynda M. Clarizio to Gay McDougall titled "Impact of Namibian Independence on United States Sanctions Against South Africa",, Mar 6 1990



Box 15 United States Congressional Resolution identifying Namibia as independent from South Africa,, Mar 1990



Box 18 SAP Subcommittee Meeting Minutes, 1987-1990

(Notes, budget, minutes, and publications of Southern Africa Project Advisory Subcommittee meetings from 1988-1990)


Box 18 Schroeder's Sanctions Bill Hearing, Oct 1985


Security Council Resolution 435 Implementation



Box 119 "On Record" magazine, 1989



Box 203 Administrator General, undated

(working group on impartiality, NSC debacle, statements, investigations)


Box 203 African groups, undated

(comments)


Box 203 Angola, undated


Box 203 Balloting, undated


Box 203 Churches, undated



Box 119 Comments by Lawyers Committee, 1989



Box 242 Communications, 1988-1989



Box 203 Community reactions

(white paranoia)



Box 202 Constitutent Assembly, Administrator General draft proclamation


Constitution


Box 202 3rd draft after Lawyers Committee presented document to standing committee after Christmas,, undated

(leaked to press)


Box 202 Adoption ceremony, Feb 1990


Box 202 Comments, 1989-1990

(internal and external legal teams and lawyers)


Box 202 Democratic Turnhalle Alliance draft, undated


Box 202 Draft, Feb 1990

(after debate before adoption)


Box 202 Final draft adopted, Feb 1990


Box 202 Final draft debated in assembly, undated


Box 202 Memos, undated


Box 202 Speeches in the assembly, undated


Box 202 SWAPO drafts, undated


Box 202 UDF draft and ANC draft, undated



Box 203 Council of Churches in Namibia (CCN)



Box 229 Coup, 1990


Demobilization



Box 216 General, undated


Box 216 Koevoet, undated



Box 132 SADF/SWATF internal documents, undated



Box 216 Security problems/Headmen case, 1989



Box 132 Demobilization problems, Aug 1989


Box 132 Demobilization report

(Manfred Hinz)



Box 216 Detainees, undated

(administrator general press releases)


Discimination legislation/Amnesty law repeal



Box 203 Administrator General comments



Box 216 Draft of paper written by Todd, Feb 1989


Box 216 General, undated


Box 216 Internal comments, Jun 1989


Box 216 Official gazettes


Box 216 Recommendations



Box 15 SWAPO comments, Jun 1989


Election



Box 132 Administrator General, 1989


Box 132 Chief Electoral Officer documents


Box 132 Code of conduct signatories, Sep 1989


Box 132 Comments from commission, 1989


Box 132 Comments on draft election law, 1989


Box 132 Comments on manifestos, 1989


Box 132 Compiled by D.Q.T., Sep 1989


Box 132 Draft exchange of letters by Secretary General, Sep 1989


Box 132 Election proclamation draft


Box 132 Election proclamations, Jul 1989


Box 132 Facts and figures, 1989


Box 132 Final proclamation, 1989


Box 132 Gazette notices, Oct 1989


Box 132 Important people, 1989


Box 132 Observer guidelines, 1989


Box 132 Official certification, Nov 1989


Box 132 Party manifestos


Box 132 Political parties, 1989


Box 132 Press clippings, 1989


Box 132 Press statements, 1989


Box 132 Propaganda, 1989-1990


Box 132 Results, 1989


Box 132 Secretary General instructions, Aug 1989


Box 132 SWAPO policy statement, 1989


Box 132 United Nations Transition Assistance Group documents, 1989



Box 119 Events of, Apr 1989



Box 242 Expenses, 1986-1989



Box 229 Foreign aid, 1990


Box 229 Foreign policy, 1990



Box 203 General, Apr 1989


Box 203 General



Box 229 General, 1990



Box 203 General comment

(international)



Box 23 Greenflies: Municipal Police in the Eastern Cape, Nov 1988



Box 202 Incidents, 1989

(clippings)


Box 202 Independence, 1990



Box 242 Information sought through John Ford at Lorentz and Bone, 1988



Box 203 International politics


Box 203 Intimidation

(Headmen case)


Box 203 Intimidation

(general; code of conduct; media)


Box 203 Joint Commission



Box 119 Joint Military Monitoring Commission, 1989



Box 202 Koevoet presence, 1989-1990

(clippings)


Labor



Box 22 South West brewery workers, Sep 1989-Dec 1989



Box 229 1990,, 1990



Box 203 undated,, undated



Box 229 Laws, 1990



Box 22 Magazines, Jan-Feb 1990



Box 203 Media, undated


Box 203 Media comments and bias, undated


Box 203 Media contacts, undated


Box 203 Media coverage, undated

(international coverage, impartiality investigations)


Box 203 Media propaganda, undated

(broadcasting personnel and schedules )



Box 229 Military and arms, 1990



Box 202 Miscellaneous, undated



Box 203 Miscellaneous clippings, undated

(international)



Box 22 Observer groups, Jul 1989-Feb 1990

(Contact information for Western Church groups in Namibia)



Box 203 Observer groups


Box 203 Parents Committee of Namibia



Box 216 Party candidate registration, Aug-Oct 1989


Box 216 Party registration



Box 203 Pictures and cartoons of political figures

(newspaper clippings)


Box 203 Political organizations

(Namibia Peace Plan (NPP), Political Consultive Council (PCC)


Political parties


Box 203 DTA campaign and ads


Box 203 Federal convention, 1989-1990


Box 203 Namibia National Democratic Party (NNDP)


Box 203 National Namibia Front (NNF), undated


Box 203 National Party, undated


Box 203 RLDP Rehobother, undated


Box 203 small parties


Box 203 SWANU, SWANU-P


Box 203 SWAPO campaign, ads, policies


Box 203 SWAPO-D


Box 203 United Democratic Front (UDF)


Political prisoners



Box 216 Advice by independent jurist to United Nations


Box 216 Church meeting, Jul 1989


Box 216 Parents Committee of Namibia


Box 216 Press clippings


Box 216 United Nations mission reaction



Box 203 Walvis Bay 5, 1989-1990



Box 216 Political prisoners (release of), Oct 1989



Box 203 Political prisoners (release of)

(South Africa; SWAPO)



Box 216 Political prisoners (South Africa)

(internal reports and comments; SWAPO comments)


Box 216 Political prisoners (SWAPO)


Box 216 Political prisoners (SWAPO), 1989

(Parents Committee of Namibia)



Box 229 Press, 1990



Box 203 Propaganda

("sicko")


Box 203 Rallies



Box 216 Refugees (return of)



Box 203 Refugees (return of)

(Council of Churches in Namibia (CCN); general; plan fighters)


Box 203 Registration

(including South Africans)


Box 203 Registration laws



Box 216 Repatriation and return of SWAPO, Jun 1989


Reports



Box 22 Administrator General, May-Oct 1989

(daily news briefings)



Box 216 Candidate lists, Oct-Nov 1989


Box 216 Comments, 1989-1990



Box 202 Correspondence, 1990


Box 202 Draft letter to Administrator General, Oct 1989


Box 202 Draft proclamation, Jul-Aug 1989


Box 202 Final gazettes and proclamations, 1989


Box 202 General, 1990


Box 202 Government appointments, undated


Box 202 Government members, 1989-1990


Box 202 Notes


Box 202 Official papers, 1989-1990

(minutes)


Box 202 Press briefings, 1989-1990


Box 202 Propaganda, Jan 1990


Box 202 Standing orders/rules report, Nov 1989


Box 202 United Nations Transition Assistance Group, Nov-Dec 1989


Reports of observer groups



Box 22 American Committee on Africa (ACOA), Jul 1989


Box 22 Britain, Jun 1989-Aug 1989


Box 22 Canada, Jul 1989-Nov 1989


Box 22 Churches (international), Jul 1989


Box 22 Churches Information and Monitoring Service, Jul-Nov 1989


Box 22 Commonwealth Committee of Foreign Ministers on Southern Africa,, Aug 1989


Box 22 Commonwealth Observation Group, Oct 1989


Box 22 Internal Group Liasion, May-Nov 1989


Box 22 International Commission of Jurists, Oct 1989


Box 22 Non-Aligned Movement, Aug 1989-Sep 1989


Box 22 Other Observer Missions (USSR Press Coverage Only), Jul 1989


Box 22 Oxfam International, Nov 1989


Box 22 Raleigh Deffenbaugh (Lutheran World Federation), May 1989-Mar 1990


Box 22 Sudan (Research Project)


Box 22 United Nations Women's Delegation, Jan 1990


Box 22 United States, 1989



Box 119 Resolution 435 and S/12636


Box 119 Resolution 640, 1989

(text and reports)


Box 119 Secretary general report comments, 1989


Box 119 Secretary general's statements, 1989


Box 119 Security Council resolutions and statement, 1989



Box 229 Social welfare, 1990



Box 203 Student boycott, undated


Box 203 Students/Education, 1989



Box 202 SWAPO, 1989

(clippings)



Box 203 Teachers


Box 203 Technical considerations

(border control)



Box 22 The Namibian


Box 22 Times Important Issues, 1989



Box 203 Troop withdrawal and demobilization


Box 203 United Nations


United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG)



Box 216 Detainees report



Box 203 General

(complaints and conduct; timetable; general)



Box 119 Key personnel


Box 119 Military component, 1989


Box 119 News briefings, May-Dec 1989

(daily)


Box 119 Press releases, 1989


Box 119 Propaganda


Box 119 Radio broadcasts, Jun-Aug 1989

(transcripts)


Box 119 Special representative statements, 1989


Box 119 Timetable for transition



Box 22 United States Policy Statements and Letters, Jul 1989-Nov 1989



Box 203 Visitors


Voter registration



Box 216 1978 gazette and comments


Box 216 Comments


Box 216 Exchange of letters, Jun 1989


Box 216 Gazettes and proclamations


Box 216 Manual


Box 216 Notices about registration dates


Box 216 Propaganda


Box 216 Statistics and general info


Box 216 Voters' roll



Box 203 Walvis Bay, 1989



Box 14 Security Council Resolution 435 Implementation Papers and drafts,



Box 203 Security resolution papers and drafts, undated



Box 58 Security Situation, Aug 1989-Jan 1990

(SWAPO)



Box 55 Shiuute, Dr.

(Notes from interview with Dr. Shiuute, medical superintendent who supervised medical team that treated people injured by armed security forces )



Box 123 Shivute, Oswald atrocitiesComplaints filed at Lorentz and Bone regarding South African security,, 1982-1988

(complaints filed at Lorentz and Bone regarding South African security)



Box 24 Shivute, Oswald atrocities, 1983-1988

(complaints brought back by Mike)


Box 24 Smuts, Angula, and Pickering Papers Seminar: Legal Aspects of Apartheid,, 1985



Box 14 Smutz, David, 1985-1987

(Articles about Namibia's Human Rights Index )


Socioeconomic



Box 119 Budgets, 1989-1990


Box 119 Development, 1984-1990


Box 119 Development in Investment, 1989


Box 119 Economic research, 1989-1990


Box 119 Education, 1989


Box 119 Legal symposium, 1990


Box 119 Mining, 1990

(annual dinner speech)


Box 119 Privitization, 1988-1989

(reports and press articles)


Box 119 Propaganda on the economy, 1988-1989


Box 119 Prospects for democracy/development, 1989

(NISER report)


Box 119 Report on the economy, 1989

(pension fund)


Box 119 Speeches by shadow ministers on the future


Box 119 Unemployment, 1990


Box 119 United Nations Development Programme reports


Box 119 Walvis Bay VOA, 1990


Box 119 Women, 1989

(special representative speech)


South Africa



Box 18 Arrest documents, 1984-1987

[restricted until 2067]



Box 143 Atrocities in Namibia

(authored by Betty Landis)



Box 18 Election clippings, 1989



Box 58 General, 1989



Box 22 South West Africa Bar Council, May 1984


South West Africa People's Organisation (SWAPO)



Box 58 Clippings, 1989



Box 18 Clippings, Feb 1989



Box 14 Clippings, 1989



Box 58 Detainees, 1989-1990



Box 15 General, 1989



Box 246 General, 1981-1987



Box 13 Permanent observer mission to the United Nations, 1983



Box 246 Publications, 1981-1986



Box 202 United States headquarters



Box 58 South West African Broadcasting Corporation, Jun 1989-Oct 1989

(Documents questioning policies and impartiality of South West African Broadcasting Corporation)


Speaking engagements



Box 16 Africa and Human Rights in Media - Panel Yale Law School, 1989-1990


Box 16 Columbia conference "Namibia: The Transition and Post-Independence Periods",, Jan-Feb 1990



Box 18 General, 1987-1990



Box 16 High School Seminar Invitations, 1988-1989



Box 17 Namibia Constitution Talk

(handwritten speech)



Box 11 Study of human rights violations



Box 18 Summer Intern Applications

(Resumes and letters from prospective legal interns)



Box 10 The Namibia Papers, (originals) Vol. 1-3, 1981-1990

(Report by Lawyers' Committee on anti-apartheid efforts in Namibia )



Box 252 The Namibia Papers, 1981-1990

(Report by Lawyers' Committee on anti-apartheid efforts in Namibia )



Box 12 The Namibian clippings, 1986-1988



Box 11 The South Africa Papers (originals), Vol. VIII, 1993-1994

(Report by Lawyers' Committee on anti-apartheid efforts in Namibia )



Box 143 The State President and Indemnity Under the Defence Act

(J.D. van der Vyver author)



Box 230 Thirion Report, 1985

(Commission of Inquiry into alleged irregularities and misapplication of property)


This Week in Namibia



Box 18 1989-1990,, 1989-1990



Box 15 May-Dec 1989,, May-Dec 1989


Box 15 Jan-Mar 1990,, Jan-Mar 1990



Box 14 Final copies, May-Aug 1989



Box 15 Mailing list, 1989-1990



Box 14 This Week in Namibia (Final Copies), May-Aug 1989



Box 24 Torture: A Cancer in Our Society by H. Hunke and J. Ellis, 1978



Box 58 Transitional Legal Proposals, 1986


Box 58 United Democratic Front, Jun 1989-Dec 1989

(clippings)


United Nations



Box 20 Decree No. 1



Box 22 Fourth Committee Hearings on Namibia, Oct 1986



Box 12 General Assembly Reports and Resolutions, 1984-1987



Box 246 Miscellaneous, undated



Box 13 Namibia and South Africa Publications, 1974-1982


Box 13 Namibia Information kit, Jun 1987



Box 12 News bulletins, 1983-1987



Box 58 Press, 1989



Box 202 Press release and radio, 1985-1987



Box 22 Report to

(draft)



Box 13 Reports, 1974-1982



Box 58 Secretary-General reports, Feb-Oct 1989


Box 58 South Africa status agreement, Apr 1989



Box 22 Statements to, Oct 1986



Box 58 Transition monitoring, 1989


United Nations Council for Namibia



Box 19 1974-1976,, 1974-1976



Box 143 1980-1986,, 1980-1986



Box 202 1984,, 1984



Box 143 Decree No. 1, 1981



Box 22 Fundraising, 1989



Box 202 Standing Committee II, 1985-1987



Box 143 United States policy, 1970-1982


United Nations Development Programme



Box 15 Agricultural Mission, Namibia, Sep 1989


Box 15 Assessment of the Water Resources Sector in Namibia, Aug 1989



Box 19 Education in Namibia, 1989


Box 19 Fiscal and Financial Policies: Issues, Options and Assistance Requirements,, Sep 1989


Box 19 The Fisheries of Namibia and Options for its Management and Development in the First Period After Independence,, Aug-Sep 1989



Box 230 General, undated



Box 19 Health Sector Review, Aug-Sep 1989


Box 19 Namibian Non-Governmental Organizations and their Role After Independence,, Aug 1989


Box 19 Second and Third Tier Authorities, Sep 1989



Box 143 United Nations Institute for Namibia, 1979-1987



Box 19 United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG), 1989-1990



Box 58 United States, May-Aug 1989


United States Investments in Namibia



Box 19 Namibia Tax Credit, 1970-1975


Box 19 Namibian Seal Skin Furs Litigation Permit Application, Mar-Apr 1976


Box 19 Stockholders Derivative/American Metal Climax, Inc., 1969-1976


Box 19 United States Corporate Involvement, 1973-1981



Box 143 United States Legislation, 1969-1985



Box 19 United States Legislation, 1986

(HR 2869)



Box 13 United States Policies Toward Namibia Publications, 1983-1987



Box 23 United States policy, Sep-Oct 1989


Box 23 Uranium, 1982-1985



Box 142 V a. Bill of rights (and ombudsman), 1985-1987


Box 142 V a. Bill of rights update, 1985-1987


Box 142 V b. Freedom from racial discrimination (AG 8), 1985-1988


Box 142 V b. Freedom from racial discrimination (AG 8), 1986-1988


Box 142 V c. Security legislation, 1985-1988


Box 142 V d. Free press v. interim court, 1985-1986


Box 142 V d. Freedom of speech and the press, 1985-1986


Box 142 V d. Press update, 1986, 1988


Box 142 V e. Freedom of assembly, 1985-1987

(SWAPO, Shifidi)


Box 142 V e. Freedom of assembly update, 1987-1988


Box 142 V f. Freedom of association, 1986-1988

(unions, miner strike, Wichahn)


Box 142 V f. Unions, 1986-1988


Box 142 V g. Freedom of movement, 1985-1987

(access to security districts)



Box 202 Various claims, 1984-1986



Box 19 Verslag Van Die Kommissie Van Ondersoek Na Veiligheidswetgewing in Suidwes-Africa: Volume 1,

(Report of the Commission of Inquiry into Safety Legislation in Southwest Africa; includes copy in Afrikaans)



Box 142 VI. Attacks on human rights church workers, 1986-1988


Box 142 VI. Church update, 1988



Box 58 Voter Registration, Jan-Aug 1989


Walvis Bay



Box 56 1980-1989,, 1980-1989



Box 58 Mar 1991,, Mar 1991



Box 143 1977-1981,, 1977-1981



Box 23 1980-1988,, 1980-1988



Box 19 Survey, 1932



Box 13 Western Human Rights Organizations' Publications on Namibia, 1980-1989


Windhoek Advertiser


Box 13 (V)B: Education Reports, 1985-1986


Box 13 (V)E: Police Violence, 1985-1986


Box 13 Reports of Brutality Committed by South West Africa People's Organisation (SWAPO),, 1985-1986


Box 13 Agriculture Articles, Sep 1986


Box 13 (II)B: Transitional Government Reports, 1985-1986


Box 13 (II)C: Health Services Reports, 1985-1986


Box 13 (II)D: Namibian Whites, Jul-Sep 1986


Box 13 (III): Extractive and Fishing Industries, 1985-1986


Box 13 (IV)C: Rape Reports, 1985-1986


Box 13 (IV)F: Labor Rights Reports, 1985-1986


Box 13 (V)A: Government Interpretation of Namibian Bill of Rights,, 1986


Box 13 (V)C: Political Prisoners, 1985-1986


Box 13 (V)D: Attacks on Journalists, 1986


Box 13 (V)G: Christians in Namibia, 1985-1986


Box 13 (VI): AI-GAMS Declaration Articles, May-Jun 1986



Box 12 Clippings, 1985-1988



Box 92 Windhoek mass arrests, 1973-1974



Box 196 Work in Progress newsletters, 1988-1989



Box 24 World Council of Churches hearings on Namibia, 1988


Subseries I.3: Case Files, 1967-1994

This section consists of two main types of case files. First, there are files kept regarding hundreds of human rights related cases in South Africa that were part of the SAP's Legal Assistance program, which provided financial assistance to South African lawyers to defend political activists and political prisoners. Second, there are files documenting domestic cases (regarding nuclear energy, racial discrimination, and other topics) in which the Lawyers Committee played a role as a party to the suit or monitored closely because of the case's relevance to South Africa.

Types of materials are correspondence, background information and summaries of cases, legal fees and wire transfer receipts, press clippings, and court documents and pleadings. There are also files for individual attorneys, information about cases that were not funded, guidelines for assistance, and statistics. For additional case files pertaining to Namibia, see Subseries I.2 Namibia.


Administrative


Attorneys and Law Firms



Box 86 Amanda Dissell Attorneys, 1993


Box 86 Bell, Dewar and Hall, 1989-1992



Box 189 Bell, Dewar and Hall, 1990-1991

(consolidated accounts)



Box 86 Bernadt, Vukic, Potash, Abel and Getz, 1992


Box 86 Black Lawyers Association, 1989-1992


Box 86 Burnham, Hines and Dilday (Motsuenyane Commission), 1993



Box 189 C.M. Somyalo and Co., 1986



Box 93 Charles Mendelow and Associates, 1989



Box 87 Charles Mendelow and Associates, 1990-1991



Box 86 Cheadle, Thompson and Hayson, 1989-1994


Box 86 Chennells, Albertyn, 1988-1993



Box 237 Chetty, Shun, 1979



Box 87 Chris Watters and Associates, 1990-1992


Box 87 Essa Moosa and Associates, 1989-1993



Box 93 Essa Moosa and Associates, 1985-1989



Box 248 Haysom, Nicholas



Box 189 Ian Sogoni and Co., 1980-1987



Box 87 Ian Sogoni and Co., 1991



Box 93 I.B.G. Ngcobo and Partners, 1989



Box 86 Jana, Priscilla, 1985, 1990


Box 86 Lalla, H., 1991


Box 86 Legal Assistance Centre for Namibia (Smuts), 1987-1992


Box 86 Legal Resources Center (Budlander), 1990-1992


Box 86 Legodi, Khoza and Partners, 1990-1992



Box 237 Lists of contact info and cases by attorney



Box 86 Lorentz and Bone, 1989-1990



Box 93 Lorentz and Bone, 1978-1989



Box 86 M.H. Gafoor and Co., 1990-1992



Box 87 M.W. Vabaza and Co., 1990-1992



Box 86 MacDonald, Papier and Associates, 1990-1992


Box 86 Magqabi, Klaas and Partners, 1989-1994


Box 86 Mahlase, Kgao, 1991-1992


Box 86 Mahlobo, P.S.S., 1990-1992



Box 93 Majodina, Thole, 1984-1989



Box 87 Majodina, Thole, 1989-1991



Box 93 Mallinick, Ress, Richman and Co., 1974-1977, 1980-1981, 1988


Box 93 Makenna, S.L., 1983-1985


Box 93 Mankahla and Associates, 1980-1989


Box 93 Martindale, Robert J., 1986


Box 93 Matjila, Mokgoatlheng and Co., 1979, 1981-1983, 1985


Box 93 Matlala, Nano, 1988-1989


Box 93 Mavundla, N.M., 1986-1989


Box 93 Mbuli, M.P., 1976-1977


Box 93 McLachlan, Fiona, 1985-1989



Box 86 McLachlan, Fiona, 1989-1994



Box 93 Mhinga and Msimeki, 1985



Box 87 Mhinga and Msimeki, 1992


Box 87 Mhinga, S.C., 1990



Box 93 Michael Mthembu and Co., 1982, 1986-1988



Box 87 Mlonzi and Co., 1993



Box 93 Mohamed, Ebrahim, 1985-1986


Box 93 Majopelo, P.M., 1987



Box 87 Mojapelo, P.M., 1990, 1992-1993



Box 93 Mohlahledi and Associates, 1985-1987


Box 93 Moloto, T.P., 1987-1989



Box 87 Moloto, T.P., 1990



Box 93 Monyatsi, 1982-1985


Box 93 Moshidi, Kunene and Makume, 1983-1985


Box 93 Mothle, Matlala, Mahlangu and Moabi, 1986-1987


Box 93 Mphahlele, Maoka and Associates, 1986-1987



Box 87 Mthembu and Mahomed Attorneys, 1989-1993