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“We believe very firmly that it is possible for all of God’s children to live harmoniously together.” Desmond Tutu
A delegation of Elders visited Tehran in January 2014 for a series of meetings with the Iranian leadership.
"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.
Kofi Annan visited Côte d’Ivoire last month to assess the country’s progress since the post-election violence of 2010-11. While welcoming promising signs of economic recovery, he urged Ivorians to work together to build an inclusive future and prepare for peaceful elections in 2015.