Peter Mittler – life story

A book documenting the life of human rights campaigner Professor Peter Mittler CBE has been published by the My Voice project, run by Manchester Jewish social care charity The Fed. Professor Mittler, who has dementia and has been active in the field, left Nazi-occupied Austria as an eight-year-old and came to England on the Kindertransport. He studied psychology at Cambridge University and went on to become director of Manchester University’s Hester Adrian Research Centre.  The book, “Let no one be excluded: A life dedicated to human rights for all,” was presented to him in a private ceremony at the Belong Morris Feinmann home earlier this year. Here is a link to the book