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The series Modern Peacemakers profiles key recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize and the work they were doing when they received the award. Desmond Tutu was awarded the Prize in 1984 for being according to the Nobel committee, "a unifying leader figure in the campaign to resolve the problem of aparteid in South Africa ..."