The Nelson Mandela
Foundation is mobilising the legacy of Nelson Mandela
to find sustainable solutions to the problems confronting humanity, through deep dialogue informed by robust research, analysis and evaluation.'
'Free yourself, free others and serve every day' are the three rules that Nelson Mandela
followed throughout his life, which he did at a great personal sacrifice, the envoy said.
He left a legacy of love, friendship and brotherhood and a passion for education.Not only did Mandela
liberate his country from the grip of a racist system but also fought for the world's most vulnerable.
But as international condemnation of apartheid grew, Mandela
became a symbol of South African oppression.
was joined at the event by her daughter, Tukwini Mandela
, with whom she will spend three days in the city.
Former Secretary of State for Wales and anti-apartheid leader, Lord Peter Hain, who is author of Mandela
: His Essential Life and chair of the London Mandela
Centenary Committee, said: "I'm delighted that the magnificent Mandela
Centenary Exhibition is coming to Wales' national arts centre - Wales Millennium Centre - this autumn.
Earlier, a life-size statue of Mandela
was unveiled at the United Nations Headquarters in New York by South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, President of the General Assembly, Maria Espinosa and Secretary-General Guterres.
traveled throughout the country, trying to drum up support for a nonviolent protest against these "pass laws".
Unlike some Hollywood explorations and re-enactments of Nelson Mandela
's life to follow, this 1996 documentary film relied on the man himself -- who gave his full cooperation -- to tell his life story.
International Day 2018 marks 100 years since the birth of Nelson Mandela
(18 July 1918).
"This is my tribute to my grandfather and I wanted people to understand the value of Nelson Mandela
," says Mandela
, in an interview with Diverse.
"In addition to her activism that inspired and motivated the international community to join the struggle to end apartheid, Winnie Mandela
especially empowered and galvanized women to rise up and speak out against the abuses of the apartheid regime in South Africa.