What are some of the challenges that Ms. Robinson has faced in her storied career? What lies behind the vision, strength, and determination that made her path to prominence so compelling? And what does the future hold for her, as the Mary Robinson Foundation-Climate Justice works on behalf of the millions of poor people around the world that are most affected by climate change?
Mary Robinson is president of The Mary Robinson Foundation-Climate Justice and the chancellor of the University of Dublin (Trinity College).
She is also the former president of Ireland (1990–1997), a former United Nations high commissioner for Human Rights (1997–2002), and founder and president of Realizing Rights: The Ethical Globalization Initiative (2002–2010).
Speaker: Mary Robinson
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
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