Person    | Male  Born 7/10/1931  Died 26/12/2021

Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Bishop and opponent of apartheid and campaigner on many other causes: AIDS, homophobia, etc. Received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984.

His Wikipedia page and obituary confirm that he died, aged 90 years, on 26 December 2021.

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Archbishop Desmond Tutu

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Gilt of Cain - Slave trade

This sculpture, 'Gilt of Cain', was unveiled by Bishop Tutu in commemoration ...

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Hackney Peace Carnival

Hackney Peace Carnival

Maggie Thatcher in power, the cold war, Anglo-American capitalism, loony-left councillors in Hackney... ah, those were the days.

Event, Community / Clubs, Peace, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Amnesty International

Amnesty International

London-based international organisation focused on human rights. Its mission statement refers specifically to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Founded in London by labour lawyer Peter Be...

Group, Peace, Social Welfare

1 memorial
Philip Noel-Baker

Philip Noel-Baker

Politician and Nobel prize-winner. Born Philip John Noel-Baker at Woodstock, Brondesbury Park. Educated in Britain and America. During his career at Cambridge, he was selected for the 1500 metres e...

Person, Peace, Politics & Administration, Sport / Games, USA

1 memorial
Mahatma Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi

Indian politician, instrumental in India's independence. Born as Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi at Porbunder in Gujarat. Assassinated in Delhi on the way to prayers. There is another statue of Gandhi i...

Person, Nationalism, Peace, Politics & Administration, Seriously Famous, India

10 memorials
United Nations

United Nations

Founded after World War II, to replace the League of Nations. Its stated aims are: 'facilitating cooperation in international law, international security, economic development, social progress, hum...

Group, Peace

4 memorials