Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Don’s CV speaks for itself. He is, amongst many talents: an experienced justice campaigner who effectively helped us during the darkest days of South African apartheid; a bestselling author and an accomplished public speaker with three investigative books that contributed to the establishment of three inquiries (including the longest and most expensive Public Inquiry in British legal history);  the co-producer of a trilogy of award-winning movies about the Irish conflict; a documentary filmmaker; creator of the first mobile/cell phone photographic exhibition in the world; the concept developer of three significant historical monuments and campaigns in Ireland, England, the USA and Belgium. In 1993 Don was diagnosed with dyslexia.

Don’s strength is in harnessing key historical moments through which he seeks to heal the hurts of history by arguing the moral imperative, and benefits, to be achieved by applying the lessons of yesterday to help mend and change the present.

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