A3267 AUERBACH, Dr. Franz, 1950-2006   
    
 Copyright 2008, Historical Papers, UWL, University of the Witwatersrand   
    
 Unpublished inventory available, 7 boxes   
    
 Dr. Franz Auerbach originated from a Jewish family who moved to South Africa in1936 to escape Nazi Germany. After his tertiary education he obtained a Teaching Diploma at the Johannesburg Teachers' Training College in 1947. He became one of South Africa's renowned educators through his contributions towards educational change.He was a founder of Jews for Social Justice and a Vice-President of The World Conference on Religion and Peace - South African Chapter (WCRP-SA).   
    
 PART 1   
 Part 1 of the Franz Auerbach Paperswas collected and documented by his wife Noreen Auerbach. They consist of 16 volumes ofcopies of adresses, letters, articles and reviews from 1950-2006. The Wits School of Education sponsored the compilation of the documented material, the Grand Index of Titles as well as the Full Inventory of Volumes 1-16. The documents were copied and bound by the University of the Witwatersrand.   
 Included are:   
 The Franz Auerbach Papers Volumes 1-16;   
 Full Inventory ofVolumes 1-16, 1950-2006; compiled by Mark Sandham (see this link to the PDF);   
 The Grand Index of Titles, compiled by Mark Sandham and Alison Chisholm (see this link to the PDF);   
 'Leading educationist, Dr Franz Auerbach': a bibliography with commentary, written by Mark Sandham, 150pages.   
    
 PART 2   
 Part 2 relates to Franz Auerbach's involvement and instrumental leadership in "The World Conference on Religion and Peace - South African Chapter (WCRP-SA)". The WCRP-SA was an interfaith based organisation, affiliated to its international umbrella organisation. It was formed in the late 1980's as a vehicle for inter-religious dialoge and struggle for justice. Rev Dr. Gerrie Lubbe was the founding president of the organisation.   
Activities of the WCRP-SA   
A1 Introduction and role of WCRP-SA and introduction to WCRP-International - 1f   
A2 Activities of WCRP-SA and various correspondence - 1f   
'The Other Voices' - a WCRP-SA project   
B1 Documents relating to the documentary "Women at the heart",funded by 'N(o)vib Oxfam Netherlands' and 'Brot fuer die Welt' - 1f   
B2 Future plans for'The Other Voices Trust',minutes of workshops and meetings, correspondence - 1f