Fonds A2355 - Papers of Clive Nettleton

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Papers of Clive Nettleton


  • 1970 - 1974 (Creation)

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Clive Nettleton was Assistant to the Director of the S.A. institute of Race Relations. This collection comprises SAIRR documents from 1970-1974 including minutes, correspondence, papers, records of the Youth Programme and Open School as well as records of other organisations - such as SASO, NUSAS, and Wilgespruit Fellowship Centre.

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The collection records the efforts made by SAIRR and others to promote awareness among the youth of the isolating and anti-social effects of prejudice. The Institute attempted to foster community activities and training programmes and to arrange meetings between schoolchildren of different races.

It also contains documents in connection with the Schlebusch Commission of inquiry into certain organisations in 1972-1973.

Some photos stored separately from collection.

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Copyright Historical Papers Research Archive, The Library, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa

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Alternate title: Nettleton, Clive

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