Modern Solidarity - what did we learn from Southern Africa’s liberation?

Popular Movements’ Meeting and Rally for Solidarity 11-12 April 2008 in Sigtuna

The Swedish people were committed in the opposition against colonialism, racial discrimination and the brutal oppression in Southern Africa. Through this, Sweden got its so far strongest movement for international solidarity. Such a good history should continue to live and be an inspiration for the future. A conference was therefore held on the theme: 'Modern Solidarity - what did we learn from  Southern Africa’s liberation? Popular Movements’ Meeting and Rally for Solidarity', 11-12 April 2008 in Sigtuna.

Dr. Rogério José Uthui, Project co-ordinator Ms. Proscovia Svärd and Ms. Maj-Inger Klingvall at the conference in Sigtuna, April 2008.

Ms. Ntando Ndlovu, Zimbabwe, Mr. Zeka Alberto, Namibia and Ms. Promise-Chuma, Zimbabwe. Photo by Magnus Calais.

Republic of South Africa High Commissioner to the UK Ms. Lindiwe Mabusa. Photo by Magnus Calais.

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