Roger Moody Collection
|Biographical / Historical Note|
Roger Moody, British peace activist and death penalty opponent; author of 'Handbook on Hunger' (1976) and other publications; from 1977 Moody worked for Colonialism and Indigenous Minorities Research and Action (CIMRA); CIMRA: British organization which denounced western interests as responsible for the annihilation of indigenous people; supported Aboriginals, Indians and other people defending their rights.
The collection was donated to the IISH.
Part of the Collectie Sociale Documentatie (CSDVRZ017), or Centrum voor Sociale Documentatie (CSD).
Correspondence by Moody 1968-1979; documents concerning the death penalty 1961-1967, the Australian peace movement and the protest movement in Australia against the Vietnam war 1961-1969 and other subjects; correspondence by CIMRA, documents relating to the CIMRA periodical Natural Peoples News and documents relating to the Stop Urenco Alliance 1977-1984; printed material concerning Aboriginals, Indians and other indigenous people, uranium and bauxite extraction, nuclear energy, nuclear weapons and other subjects.
List made by Jan van der Hoef in 2000