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Let us measure up as men

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'Desmond Tutu: not going quietly'

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The Elders call for immediate halt to Gaza violence

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'Tutu promotes campaign to end child marriage'

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A promise to girls

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Day of the Girl: giving girls a voice

Day of the Girl: giving girls a voice

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Traditions are man-made, they can be changed

Traditions are man-made, they can be changed

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The Elders on The World Tonight

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Early marriage robs children of their opportunities

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Interview: Mary Robinson and Desmond Tutu on Sudan & South Sudan

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End the suffering in the Sudans

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For the future of our planet, a dialogue between generations

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Tackling poverty and inequality must be at the heart of Rio+20

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Elders+Youngers: it's our future, it's our time

Elders+Youngers: it's our future, it's our time

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Despond Tutu's article about social/econ equity: "Time to Close the Gap." http://t.co/XLJbUbjT… #Davos via @TheElders #inequality
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We are the generation to take it all back. It might not be pretty but Mr Mandela showed us it can be cool. Makubenjalo...
Thando Soga
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A moral leader: India’s chance to spearhead efforts to end child marriage worldwide

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Our duty to Sri Lanka, and human rights

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Women, religion and change

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If we don’t end #childmarriage, we can kiss goodbye to 6 of the 8 Millennium Development Goals. Desmond Tutu to @NickKristof at #Davos #MDGs
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Time to close the gap

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"Women as the way forward": Davos 2012

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Emeritus Archbishop Desmond Tutu is the new patron of the Institute for Accountability in Southern Africa

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