"[Shows] Aung San Suu Kyi's humour, erudition, wisdom and accessibility, and demonstrate[s] why she has become a world spiritual leader." --New York Times
"I am delighted that The Voice of Hope is being republished. This is a message that the world should hear."--President Jimmy Carter
"This is a remarkable book, as inspired as it is wise. Read it and learn from Aung San Suu Kyi's amazing life."-- Jack Kornfield, author of A Path with Heart
"Suu Kyi is one of the most remarkable and brave women of our time. Her dying husband Michael was refused permission to go to visit her. Even the phone calls I used to have with her have been stopped for some years. The regime in Burma is an outrage, and it is a blot on the international community that we have done so little about it. This book is testimony to the staunch commitment and sacrifice of an astonishingly courageous and visionary person"--The Rt Hon the Lord David Steel of Aikwood KT
"Aung San Suu Kyi is a remarkable and courageous human being. Listen to her voice and be inspired...Burma is the next South Africa."--Archbishop Desmond Tutu
"This remarkable testiment offers unprecedented insight into the heart and mind of one of the world’s most courageous and inspiring leaders"--Yoga & Health
About the Author
Born in 1945 and educated at Oxford University, Aung San Suu Kyi married Dr Michael Aris and brought up their children in Oxford. In 1988 she returned to Burma to care for her dying mother but was caught in a national revolt against political repression. She became the leader of the reform movement. After many years of house arrest, she has become a member of the Burmese Parliament and continues to work towards the freedom and modernization of her country.
Alan Clements is a journalist, writer and human rights activist. He lived in Burma for many years in the 70s and 80s, nearly 5 years as a monk. He is the co-founder and director of the Burma Project USA/Canada, as well as a political satirist, performing his theatrical monologue to audiences around the world.