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Emeritus Archbishop Desmond Tutu is the new patron of the Institute for Accountability in Southern Africa
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RT @miabuelasabia: Si eres neutral en situaciones de injusticia, has elegido el lado del opresor: (Desmond Tutu)
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"You don't choose your family. They are God's gift to you, as you are to them." --Desmond Tutu This weekend,... http://t.co/pScneytj…
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In need of climate justice

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Interview: Desmond Tutu on child marriage

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Forgiveness

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We are stronger together: the transformative power of human connection

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A message to men and boys about child marriage

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Traditions can change: ending child marriage

Traditions can change: ending child marriage

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Forgiving, not forgetting

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Côte d’Ivoire : ne pas baisser les bras

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Ending nuclear evil

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Ethiopian girls fight child marriages

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Côte d’Ivoire: we must not give up

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Tutu urges Archbishop to play a greater role

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Digging the past in search of the future

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Time to move on Mideast peace

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NEW Elders' statement: We need peace in the Middle East, not just process.

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Ending child marriage helps communities across the developing world

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Speaking to Aung San Suu Kyi – at long last!

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A message to my fellow Elders from Desmond Tutu

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Desmond Tutu demands release of Aung San Suu Kyi

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Archbishop Tutu to retire

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It's time to rid the world of nuclear weapons

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Sri Lanka one year on from war

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Arizona: The wrong answer

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In Africa, a step backward on human rights

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The Elders speak: Desmond Tutu, Jimmy Carter and Mary Robinson

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Archbishop Tutu’s statement on Haiti

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The Elders' climate change picnic

The Elders' climate change picnic

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