Nobel Prize Peace Laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu speaks as he attends the launching ceremony of a partnership between his foundation and other organizations at the University of Stellenbosch Medical School, on August 20, 2013, in Bellville, Cape Town. The partnership between the Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation, Stellenbosch University, and Gender Reconciliation International will focus on the implementation of gender reconciliation, applying principles of South Africas truth and reconciliation process to restore peoples faith in one another. AFP PHOTO / RODGER BOSCH
'The World Needs Another Tutu'. Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu is pictured in December 2009 at Jan van Riebeeck High School, Cape Town, as part of photographer and filmmaker Adrian Sterirn's 21 Icons South Africa series. Inspired by Nelson Mandela, 21 Icons is a series of short films and photographic portraits documenting the stories of key figures in South Africa's recent history including former presidents Nelson Mandela and FW de Klerk. Proceeds from the syndication of this portrait will be donated to The Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation.
Nobel peace laureate Desmond Tutu attends a media briefing on July 22, 2010 in Cape Town, South Africa. Tutu announced that he intends to bow out of public life, scaling down his commitments after his 79th birthday in October.
Nobel Peace Prize laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu addresses a gathering of Tibetan refugees at Mcleodganj, headquarters of Tibetan government leaders in exile, on February 10, 2012 in Dharamshala, India. Archbishop Desmond Tutu called for the Chinese government to respect spiritual leader Dalai Lama; one of the holiest men he ever met. Archbishop Tutu is visiting India with delegates from international human rights advocates and peace activists group, The Elders.