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South African Students Congress (SASCO)
Title: South African Students Congress (SASCO)
Creator: South African Students Congress
Abstract: Founded in 1991 by black and white students SASCO organizes students in order to achieve a non-sexist, non-racial, working class biased and democratic education system. It champions the interests of students by fighting for more and better accommodation, more computer labs, more and better equipped libraries, lower costs of education etc. The guiding principles of SASCO are democracy, non-racialism, African leadership and working-class leadership. [according to site editor's information]
Keywords: Further higher education policy; Students/pupils; Student organizations; South Africa
Countries: South Africa
Subject areas: Society » Society;
Education & Academia » Higher Education & Research Institutions
Resource type: Universities and Departments;
Economic Societies, Professional Organisations, Trade Associations, Pressure Groups
Language: English
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