The Nelson Mandela Foundation was established in 1999 when Nelson Mandela, stepped down as the president of South Africa. It aims to help build a society that remembers its past, listens to all its voices, and pursues social justice.
As Mandela’s post-presidential office, it provided the base for his charitable work, covering a wide range of endeavours: from building schools to HIV/Aids work, from research into education in rural areas to peace and reconciliation interventions. Today the Foundation focuses on dialogue work, preserving the memory and legacy of its founder, and developing its rich archive platform.
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