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"There is good reason for young people in our world today to protest" – Mary Robinson
In part two of their ethical leadership debate, the Elders discuss accountability and governance in Africa, egalitarianism, and the role of protest movements worldwide.
"To be bold; to have the courage of your convictions; and to think long-term, not short-term or for political expedience; those are characteristics common to good leaders." Gro Harlem Brundtland
The Elders partner with Al Jazeera's South2North programme for a public debate on ethical leadership.
On Desmond Tutu's 82nd birthday, Chair of The Elders Kofi Annan delivers the 2013 Desmond Tutu International Peace Lecture. Watch the speech here.
“Women can no longer accept peace deals that reward the men who raped them with a position in the army. Impunity only leads to more sexual violence.” Gogo Kavira, eastern Congo
From community leaders and journalists to female army generals, women across Africa’s Great Lakes region are working together to build peace and hold their governments to account. Here they speak out on the struggle for equality, security and justice.