Within SA, however, the campaign's focus areas will relate directly to critical social issues emerging either from research and analysis or from dialogue and other forms of community engagement.
While the broad appeal and the inclusiveness of the campaign will remain in place, the foundation is systematically harnessing the campaign as a tool for social justice.
In the first 10 years of the campaign in SA, the foundation concentrated on facilitating processes, including resource mobilisation for a wide range of projects.
These, we believe, will teach us new ways of doing things.
On a monthly basis, for example, the foundation convenes a meeting with early childhood development forums in Gauteng. This is borne out of our commitment to elevating grassroots and community voices and ensuring that the lives of people who are affected by policy should be included in discussions that affect their lives - our watchword has to be "nothing about us, without us".
Ensuring sustainability has to be a key objective in the social justice space. It isn't enough to try and do more. We have to do differently.
- Hatang is chief executive of the Nelson Mandela Foundation