A Human Rights Approach Adds Value
| Mary Robinson
Executive Director of the Ethical Globalization Initiative, former President of Ireland and former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
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Robinson, Mary. "Latin America Deserves Better." International Herald Tribune, November 18, 2003,
Robinson, Mary. "Introduction." Human Rights Dialogue. Special issue, Making Human Rights Work in a Globalizing World 2, no. 9 (Spring 2003), http://www.carnegiecouncil.org/viewMedia.php/prmTemplateID/8/prmID/935.
Robinson, Mary. "Human Rights Are As Important As Ever." International Herald Tribune, June 21, 2002, http://www.globalpolicy.org/intljustice/icc/2002/0621mary.htm.
Robinson, Mary. "Tell Leaders That Human Rights Aren't Optional." International Herald Tribune, February 7, 2002, http://www.iht.com/articles/47205.html.
Robinson, Mary. "Globalization Has to Take Human Rights into Account." Irish Times, January 22, 2002, http://www.globalpolicy.org/globaliz/econ/2002/0122mary.htm.
Robinson, Mary. "Humanising Globilisation: A Role For Human Rights." Address, United Nations, October 30, 2001, http://www.globalpolicy.org/globaliz/define/3110.htm.
Mary Robinson is the Executive Director of the Ethical Globalization Initiative. She served as United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights from 1997 to 2002 and as President of Ireland from 1990-1997. She is a founder member and Chair of the Council of Women World Leaders. Before her election as President, Mrs. Robinson served as Senator, holding that office for 20 years. In 1969 she became Reid Professor of Constitutional Law at Trinity College, Dublin and now serves as Chancellor of Dublin University. 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. Educated at Trinity College, Mrs. Robinson also holds law degrees from the King's Inns in Dublin and from Harvard University.