This book was witten by the grandson of Gandhi and talks about how anger, which is now considered a taboo, is actually a gift, if utilised correctly.
Each chapter consists of a lesson from Ghandi and how it was related to Arun. He then considers this in a modern context.
Gandhi's right were abused AND he defended the rights of others, so this seemed perfect for the Human Rights square, number 7.
Already this audiobook is turning out to be wonderful. I can already see this being my top non-fiction read of the year.