Chapter 2: Records about Malcolm Fraser in the National Archives of Australia
At the time of publication of this research guide, many Commonwealth records about Malcolm Fraser after he resigned from Parliament were still in the closed period and not accessible. Most will become accessible in due course.
- Papers and reference material relating to South Africa maintained as Chairperson of the United Nations Panel of Eminent Persons and as Co-Chairperson of the Commonwealth Group of Eminent Persons, 1985–89
|PAPERS AND REFERENCE MATERIAL RELATING TO SOUTH AFRICA MAINTAINED AS CHAIRPERSON OF THE UNITED NATIONS PANEL OF EMINENT PERSONS AND AS CO-CHAIRPERSON OF THE COMMONWEALTH GROUP OF EMINENT PERSONS, 1985–89|
|This series was accumulated in the period 1985–89 by Fraser in his capacity as, firstly, Chairman of the United Nations Panel of Eminent Persons on the Role of Transnational Corporations in South Africa; and, secondly, as Co-chair of the Commonwealth Group of Eminent Persons.
Quantity: 0.27 metres (Canberra)
Recorded by: 1985–89: The Rt Hon John Malcolm Fraser AC, CH (CP 51)
|Miscellaneous material relating to the Commonwealth Group of Eminent Persons, 1980–86
Includes Department of Foreign Affairs research paper 'A survey of proposals for the constitutional development of South Africa' (September 1980), cables and briefing notes.