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Swaziland Democracy Campaign: Activity Chart

SDC Strategic Planning Workshop (February 2010)
This is the meeting that effectively adopted two SDC fundamental documents, the Founding Document and the Declaration. Participants were drawn from Swaziland and South Africa.

Launch of the SDC Campaign (February 2010)
The event was held in Johannesburg South Africa. The campaign was successful launched under the watchful eyes of unions, faith based movements, youth, civil society organisations, traditional healers movement and the media from both Swaziland and South Africa.

SDC International Seminar (April 2010)
SDC organised a seminar at COSATU, to high light on the plight of the people of Swaziland.

ILO Conference (June-2010)
SDC issued statements and briefed other unions about the Swaziland crisis. The Campaign got overwhelming support from trade unions and employers except the SADC governments.

Global Day of ACTION on Democracy in Swaziland (September 2010)
This was the most successful event of the SDC. It took place inside Swaziland and saw international delegates entering Swaziland to participate in the event. There was massive media coverage of the event and the Swazi state brutality was exposed.

SDC Joint Meeting (September-2010)
SDC organised its second join evaluation meeting. This is where both Swaziland and South African Chapters meeting to reflect on past activities, plan, strategize and map a collective way forward

UNISON
The Swaziland Democracy Campaign sends its message of gratitude and appreciation to UNISON for funding this website and committing to assisting the SDC in many of its future activities

ITUC World Conference in Vancouver (June 2010)
SDC used this platform to further the struggle for democracy by the people of Swaziland.

ACT SA (ongoing)
ACTSA, and the rest of the former anti-apartheid movements supports the night vigils that have been taking place in London at the Swazi Embassy.

British TUC: & its affiliates
SDC commend their continuing work at local level especially lobbying their governments on Swazi issues Australian trade unions SDC notes the rising support and raising awareness via public and internal media that Australian unions are doing. May that spirit continue.

ITUC AFRICA
SDC also notes ITUC AFRICA support and calling unions to action on Swaziland.

SATUCC
SDC appreciates the support from SATUCC on putting SD democracy on the Agenda as result federations like BFTU have been involved in discussion and raising the issues inside Botswana

Solidarity Centre
Remains committed to helping the cause and have assisted with organizing of meetings with the Embassy.

Denmark
Both the trade unions and government have committed to the cause in various ways including commitment to finance the capacity building project beyond Global Day of Action.


Summary International Community
SDC and Swaziland has received a lot of publicity in the last three months. There have been requests for information on Swaziland.

Norwergian Embassy:
SDC had a joint workshop with the Norwergian Embassy and commitment to support the SD struggle beyond Global Day of Action.

COSATU and its affiliates
Rendered human and material support, SDC have enjoyed support of all COSATU Departments Campaigns, Media and others. Mpumalanga region and some national leaders of SAMWU, NUMSA, POPCRU, NEHAWU, SATAWU

HEHAWU 9th Congress
SDC felt privileged to participate in the NEHAWU congress particularly in the discussions that informed the resolutions on Swaziland.

MDC VAA
Continues to support the Swaziland Democracy Campaign

ANC Youth League
At its recent Congress declared: As an immediate focus, the ANC Youth League will campaign for social and political justice in Swaziland. We cannot continue to behave like all is well is Swaziland because political parties remain banned and political activists are brutalised and killed by the Monarchy.

ANC
Has a discussion document to be tabled at the NGC and the Deputy President has cautioned us as South Africans “ about the danger of letting Swaziland activists be in Solidarity with themselves.

ANC NGC Meeting
Acknowledged the need for immediate action on Swaziland

SACP
Continues to issue out statements in support of the SDC. Palestinian Solidarity Group: have been at every march/demonstration and we have shared forums where SD is put on the Agenda

SACC
Continues to lend great support and mobilising Faith based organisations to support the call for Democracy and respect for Human Rights.

Swaziland Democracy Campaign: Activity Chart

SDC Strategic Planning Workshop (February 2010)
This is the meeting that effectively adopted two SDC fundamental documents, the Founding Document and the Declaration. Participants were drawn from Swaziland and South Africa.

Launch of the SDC Campaign (February 2010)
The event was held in Johannesburg South Africa. The campaign was successful launched under the watchful eyes of unions, faith based movements, youth, civil society organisations, traditional healers movement and the media from both Swaziland and South Africa.

SDC International Seminar (April 2010)
SDC organised a seminar at COSATU, to high light on the plight of the people of Swaziland.

ILO Conference (June-2010)
SDC issued statements and briefed other unions about the Swaziland crisis. The Campaign got overwhelming support from trade unions and employers except the SADC governments.

Global Day of ACTION on Democracy in Swaziland (September 2010)
This was the most successful event of the SDC. It took place inside Swaziland and saw international delegates entering Swaziland to participate in the event. There was massive media coverage of the event and the Swazi state brutality was exposed.

SDC Joint Meeting (September-2010)
SDC organised its second join evaluation meeting. This is where both Swaziland and South African Chapters meeting to reflect on past activities, plan, strategize and map a collective way forward

UNISON
The Swaziland Democracy Campaign sends its message of gratitude and appreciation to UNISON for funding this website and committing to assisting the SDC in many of its future activities

ITUC World Conference in Vancouver (June 2010)
SDC used this platform to further the struggle for democracy by the people of Swaziland.

ACT SA (ongoing)
ACTSA, and the rest of the former anti-apartheid movements supports the night vigils that have been taking place in London at the Swazi Embassy.

British TUC: & its affiliates
SDC commend their continuing work at local level especially lobbying their governments on Swazi issues Australian trade unions SDC notes the rising support and raising awareness via public and internal media that Australian unions are doing. May that spirit continue.

ITUC AFRICA
SDC also notes ITUC AFRICA support and calling unions to action on Swaziland.

SATUCC
SDC appreciates the support from SATUCC on putting SD democracy on the Agenda as result federations like BFTU have been involved in discussion and raising the issues inside Botswana

Solidarity Centre
Remains committed to helping the cause and have assisted with organizing of meetings with the Embassy.

Denmark
Both the trade unions and government have committed to the cause in various ways including commitment to finance the capacity building project beyond Global Day of Action.


Summary International Community
SDC and Swaziland has received a lot of publicity in the last three months. There have been requests for information on Swaziland.

Norwergian Embassy:
SDC had a joint workshop with the Norwergian Embassy and commitment to support the SD struggle beyond Global Day of Action.

COSATU and its affiliates
Rendered human and material support, SDC have enjoyed support of all COSATU Departments Campaigns, Media and others. Mpumalanga region and some national leaders of SAMWU, NUMSA, POPCRU, NEHAWU, SATAWU

HEHAWU 9th Congress
SDC felt privileged to participate in the NEHAWU congress particularly in the discussions that informed the resolutions on Swaziland.

MDC VAA
Continues to support the Swaziland Democracy Campaign

ANC Youth League
At its recent Congress declared: As an immediate focus, the ANC Youth League will campaign for social and political justice in Swaziland. We cannot continue to behave like all is well is Swaziland because political parties remain banned and political activists are brutalised and killed by the Monarchy.

ANC
Has a discussion document to be tabled at the NGC and the Deputy President has cautioned us as South Africans “ about the danger of letting Swaziland activists be in Solidarity with themselves.

ANC NGC Meeting
Acknowledged the need for immediate action on Swaziland

SACP
Continues to issue out statements in support of the SDC. Palestinian Solidarity Group: have been at every march/demonstration and we have shared forums where SD is put on the Agenda

SACC
Continues to lend great support and mobilising Faith based organisations to support the call for Democracy and respect for Human Rights.