Edith Slee, Founding Trustee
“My peace and reconciliation work has been mentioned. The Tutu Foundation UK was launched ... as a continuation of this.Its mission is to transform lives and communities here in the UK by building peace, respect, understanding and connections between people”
Desmond Tutu, City of London. 2012
Tutu Foundation UK was founded in 2007 by the Very Reverend Colin Slee, the late Dean of Southwark Cathedral, and Edith Slee, with the support of their close friends Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Mrs Leah Tutu.
Tutu Foundation Symposium in the House of Lords: Tackling London’s youth-police divide: The Need For A New Approach.
The Tutu Foundation UK will release interim findings from the independednt evaluation of its ‘UBUNTU Police Youth Roundtable Project’ on Tuesday 10th October, 2017, 9:30-2pm, House of Lords, Committee Room G.
The Tutu Foundation UK congratulates Southwark Cathedral on reopening after the attack in Borough Market
Peter Sheriden OBE, Chief Executive of Co-operation Ireland and Equality Commissioner for Northern Ireland has agreed to be an Ambassador for the Tutu Foundation UK
Successful start to the better policing project:
Just a message to say how much I enjoyed the discussion last night. Community engagement is something I'm incredibly passionate about and I feel the event went very well. It wasn't just enjoyable but beneficial to hear their stories and impressions of police and I hope we made a positive impression on the group as well."
Henry Blofeld, Avid cricketer and cricket correspondant on the BBC’s Test Match Speacial has agreed to be a Tutu Foundation Ambassador ...