she02. Stop Apartheid Boycott Shell
An international campaign to force Shell to withdraw from South Africa was launched in 1987 by anti-apartheid organisations in the Netherlands, USA and Britain. The AAM called for a boycott of all Shell products. These postcards reproduced campaign materials and were designed to be sent to the managers of Shell garages and Shell executives. As a result of the campaign Shell lost major contracts with local authorities. Its share of the UK petrol market fell by nearly 7 per cent.
|Category:||Barclays and Shell|
|Copyright:||AAM Archives Committee|
|Holding Institution:||AAM Archive, Bodleian Library|