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Letter of informed consent signed by the interviewee.

Theme: Approaching the past

Call Number: A3.2.1.4_6
Identifier: AL3285_A3.2.1.4_6
Title: Letter of informed consent signed by the interviewee.
Date: 2008
Subject: Oral history;
Oral history project;
Secondary schools;
Nkosi Albert Luthuli Young Historians';
Nkosi Albert Luthuli Young Historians' oral history competition;
Learner portfolio;
Description: Letter of informed consent signed by interviewee giving Nthatuoa Mabale of Iketsetseng Comprehensive Secondary School permission to use interview data as part of her project entitled 'How did the Sharpeville shooting become a turning point in South African history?'
Contributor: Department of Education
Creator: Nthatuoa Mabale
Type: correspondence
Format: Preservation copy - tiff
Access copy - pdf
Source: SAHA collection AL3285
Language: English
Coverage: South Africa
Rights: Copyright restrictions may apply. See SAHA copyright statement for Use Restrictions.
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