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A Common Purpose
A Common Purpose 
In the late 1980s, during the most violent period of the apartheid regime, twenty-five men and women were rounded up in Paballelo, a black township bordering the town of Upington in South Africa, to stand trial for the murder of a black policeman. Upington - a small town near the border of South Africa and Namibia, known as a stronghold of Afrikaner nationalism - was besieged by a three-year legal trial, which culminated in fourteen of the twenty-five accused being sentenced to death, in the assassination of Namibian barrister and human rights advocate Anton Lubowski, and in the exile of the young, white lawyer Andrea Durbach, who represented the twenty-five. A Common Purpose tells the story of how the trial irrevocably changed of the lives of the accused and their legal team as South Africa began its transition to a post-apartheid state.

This documentary would be an excellent resource for middle, senior and tertiary students studying: - Politics and Society, History, Legal Studies, Values Education, Religion and Society (and related subjects), English, Civics and Citizenship and Social Movements. For students studying at tertiary level, this film would be a valuable resource for students of: Law, History, Political Science, International studies, Psychology, Media Studies and Anthropology.

Learning Areas English, Health & PE, History, Legal Studies, Media Studies, Politics & Government, Religious Studies, Society & Culture,
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