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Nelson Mandela. presented by: Sebastian Stasch, Christian Freund & Max Eigen. Youth. born 18 th July 1918 near Qunu (Mvezo) Rolihlahla = “troublemaker“ the youngest child got a proper education at school renamed ’Nelson‘ interested in African history

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Nelson mandela

Nelson Mandela

presented by:

Sebastian Stasch, Christian Freund & Max Eigen


Nelson mandela

Youth

  • born 18th July 1918 near Qunu (Mvezo)

  • Rolihlahla = “troublemaker“

  • the youngest child

  • got a proper education

  • at school renamed ’Nelson‘

  • interested in African history

  • attended University of Fort Hare


Nelson mandela

Youth

  • studies for law

  • contact to Walter Sisulu

  • 1950 voted in the National Commission of the ANC

  • foundation of a lawyer’s office

  • banned from political meetings


Nelson mandela

ANC

  • was founded in 1912

    • to increase rights of blacks

  • 1944 Mandela joins the ANC

  • founded the ANC Youth League

    • youth wing of the African National Congress

    • mass strikes (non violent)

  • 1963 co-founded the Umkhonto we Sizwe (Spear of the Nation)

    • to end apartheid by sabotage or guerrilla war


Nelson mandela

Prison

  • the giant process 1956 till 1961

  • 1960 Sharpeville

    • fight by force

  • ANC had been forbidden

  • 1962 Mandela was arrested to five years prison

  • 1964 Mandela was convinced to life imprisonment

    • Robben Island

  • 1985 Mandela rejected the offer of a release

  • February 1990 Mandela's release

  • 1993 Mandela and de Klerk received the Nobel peace prize


Nelson mandela

After Prison

  • 1994 Mandela became the first black president

  • main project: to build a new international image of South Africa

  • December 1997 Mandela gave up the presidency of the ANC

    • successor Mr Mbeki

  • Summer 1999 Mandela stepped down as president

    • successor Mr Mbeki


Nelson mandela

Speech Analyse

  • 1st trade justice

  • 2nd no debt

  • 3rd much more aid

  • speaks slowly and clearly

  • includes himself

  • raises his fist


Nelson mandela

Retirement / Achievments

  • fights still for social and human rights ( make poverty history, etc.)

  • critizes politics

  • 46664 AIDS fundraising campaign (2003)

  • prostate cancer was diagnosed

  • in June 2004,Mandela announced retirement from public life

  • However, as long as poverty, injustice and gross inequality persist in our world, none of us can truly rest.

  • democracy in South Africa

  • more equality

  • awareness of AIDS and Poverty


Nelson mandela

Sources

  • http://www.anc.org.za/

  • http://en.wikipedia.org

  • http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/peace/laureates/1993/mandela-bio.html

  • www.nelsonmandela.org

  • www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/mandela

  • And many more


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