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Mary Robinson

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Mary Robinson "is Director of Realizing Rights: the Ethical Globalisation Initiative. She served as President of Ireland from 1990-1997 and as United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights from 1997 to 2002. Before her election as President in 1990, she served as Senator, holding that office for 20 years. In 1969, while continuing her practice at the Irish Bar, she became Reid Professor of Constitutional Law at Trinity College, Dublin, where she subsequently taught European Union law. She was called to the bar in 1967, becoming a Senior Counsel in 1980, and a member of the English Bar (Middle Temple) in 1973.“ [1]also see

Winner of the 2002 Sydney Peace Prize

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