18 July is Nelson Mandela’s birthday. It is also the first ‘Mandela Day’ to be marked since we lost him after a long illness. Mandela Day is an opportunity for each of us to bring the best out of ourselves by taking some form of action in solidarity with others, to be of service, and… Read More »
Ralph Bunche Park, New York, 18 July 2014 – I am delighted to welcome all of you. We are particularly honoured to have Kweku Mandela here representing the family of his grandfather.
New York, 18 July 2014 – I am delighted to warmly welcome all of you to celebrate Nelson Mandela International Day here at the United Nations.
New York, 16 July 2014 – I have just briefed the Security Council on the humanitarian situation in Sudan and South Sudan, which continues to deteriorate for hundreds of thousands of people in both countries.
Last year, the world lost one of its greatest leaders when Nelson Mandela passed away. We remember his legacy especially on his birthday, the 18th of July.