This bright and colourful Freedom Through Peace 24 piece jigsaw puzzle is fun for all the family to do together, featuring artwork by Australian Aboriginal author Sally Morgan and featuring words by the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso.
Artwork designed by Australian Aboriginal author Sally Morgan, who's family was part of Australia's Stolen Generation and until the age of 15, was led to believe that she was of Indian descent. This experience of hidden origins and her subsequent quest for identity were the inspiration for her 1987 autobiography, My Place. In 1986, she held her first exhibition at the Birukmarri Gallery in Fremantle, and now her striking works are on display around the world.
Words by the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, Buddhist monk and spiritual leader of Tibet who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his non-violent struggle for Tibet's liberation from China.
responsibly sourced recycled cardboard
Approx full size: 30cm x 21cm
Handmade in the UK
Includes matching A4 poster of the jigsaw design
Product Ethics & Tags
The Amnesty 'Freedom Through Peace' Jigsaw Puzzle by Sally Morgan - 24 Piece product ethics are indicated below. To learn more about these product ethics and to see related products, follow the links below.
There are currently no reviews to display for Amnesty 'Freedom Through Peace' Jigsaw Puzzle by Sally Morgan - 24 Piece
There are currently no questions to display about Amnesty 'Freedom Through Peace' Jigsaw Puzzle by Sally Morgan - 24 Piece.
About Amnesty International
Founded in London in 1961, Amnesty International is an international non-governmental organization focused on human rights. They work to protect people wherever justice, freedom, truth and dignity are denied.
The stated mission of the organization is to campaign for "a world in which every person enjoys all of the human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights instruments."
Amnesty draws attention to human rights abuses and it campaigns for compliance with international laws and standards. It works to mobilize public opinion to generate pressure on governments where abuse takes place.
The organization was awarded the 1977 Nobel Peace Prize for its "Defence of human dignity against torture,"
Please see our Despatch & Delivery page for more information on delivery areas, services and charges.