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From the economic turmoil in Europe, to the revolutions in the Arab world, to the presidential race in the US, it seems that everywhere leadership is in crisis.
No less so in Africa, where Archbishop Desmond Tutu is heading up an experiment to build a new network of inspirational leaders, who are together committed to tackling their countries’ most stubborn problems.
Tutu is a living legend for many.
He has been a fierce advocate of peace and justice his whole life, unofficially leading millions without ever holding political office.
With exclusive access, this series follows Tutu’s 23 person-strong class of 2012, focusing in particular detail on the lives of five very different participants, as together they are coached to become a ‘moral task force’ for Africa.Follow @chimpreports