Mary Robinson
Gives Peace Lecture

By Maggie Holland, Editorial Assistant
January / February 2019

On Tuesday, November 6th, Former president of Ireland and UN Commissioner for Human Rights Mary Robinson delivered the Inaugural Senator George J. Mitchell Annual Peace Lecture at Queen’s University Belfast. Serving from 1990–1997, Robinson was the first female president of Ireland and now works to secure global justice for vulnerable people across the world, with a commitment to empowering the poor and marginalized.

The lecture and subsequent reception was organized by the Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice at the University. ♦ Maggie Holland

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