British South Africa Conference general

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Correspondence about future conferences and their possible revival with Dr Sarah Pienaar, national director of The South African Institute of International Affairs, about future conferences, 1994-1995 (9); and Stephen Burkeman, The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust, 1994 (3). Also including letters from Edward Henry Garnier, 1995; Charles Humfrey, 1995; Sir John Leahy, 1994; Martin Kingston 1994 (3); Ingrid Uys, 1994; D.H.C Hampshire, 1993; a circular letter from Sir John Leahy about The Urban Foundation, 1992; and copies of letters to Gert Grobler, South African Deputy high commissioner, 1994; Tony Hicks, chief executive UKSABA; Cliff McMillan, 1994; Professor Wilmot James, 1994; Rusty Evans, 1994; Marcus Winsley 1994; Lady Lynda Chalker 1994; Bobby Godsell 1994; and Maxine Vlieland, of Specialist conferences Ltd, about the end of the conferences, sending her his thanks, and including a final expenses claim form. 1994.The file also includes a report on conversations with Reinier Schoeman [South African deputy minister of Education] Aesop Pratab, Professor Wilmot James, Andrew Noble, David Carter [Deputy High Commissioner], Cliff McMillan, Peter Wrighton, Dr Sara Pienaar, Dr Van Rensburg [South African Department of Foreign Affairs] in South Africa on the future of the conference; minutes of a meeting of the steering committee, February 1993; details of a third annual conference to be held in Cambridge, 1993; and handwritten notes of useful contacts.

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