Lord Boateng, ‘The Late Desmond Tutu and the Importance of Ubuntu to the Challenges in Today’s World of Increasing Tensions’

In the third session of our series of Zoom seminars, entitled ‘A Time to Heal: Reconciling in a Broken World’, Lord Boateng talked about the significance of Desmund Tutu and the notion of ubuntu for dealing with the challenges in today’s world.

Paul Yaw Boateng, Baron Boateng, is a member of the House of Lords since 2010, sitting as a Labour peer. He was the Member of Parliament for Brent South from 1987–2005, serving as the UK’s first Black Cabinet Minister from May 2002, as he was appointed Chief Secretary to the Treasury. He was British High Commissioner to South Africa from 2005–2009.

Here is another opportunity to listen to Lord Boateng’s talk:

For further information about the Tutu Foundation UK, see their website or their flyer outlining their current projects.