Supporting Tutu Foundation UK
The Tutu foundation UK is built on the South African concept of Ubuntu – inspired by the communities who sought reconciliation, rather than revenge following the overthrow of Apartheid. Ubuntu encourages us to recognise our common humanity, our connectedness and interdependence as fellow human beings. It emphasises what we have in common rather than our differences. As Desmond Tutu explains it:
“We believe that a person is a person through another person, that my humanity is caught up, bound up, inextricably, with yours. When I dehumanize you, I inexorably dehumanize myself. “
The Tutu Foundation use and promote this idea in the UK particularly as part of the work it undertakes with young people. This covers gang violence, regional police forces, significant national institutions, corporates, local community and youth groups, and in Northern Ireland helping to support the on-going peace process.
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