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  1. Mairead Corrigan And Betty Williams: Partners for Peace in Northern Ireland (Modern Peacemakers) by George Mitchell, Susan Muaddi Darraj, 2006-12-30
  2. The Vision of Peace: Faith and Hope in Northern Ireland by Mairead Corrigan Maguire, 2010-08
  3. Mairead Corrigan, Betty Williams by Richard Deutsch, 1977
  4. Mairead Corrigan and Betty Williams: Making Peace in Northern Ireland (Women Changing the World) by Bettina Ling, 1998-11-01
  5. Peace in a Restless World: Writings From the Spiritual Traditions of the World by Irwin Abrams, Douglas Roche, et all 2004-01
  6. Nobel laureate injured in West Bank.(Mairead Corrigan Maguire): An article from: National Catholic Reporter by Margot Patterson, 2007-05-04
  7. Prix Nobel Irlandais: Samuel Beckett, William Butler Yeats, Seamus Heaney, George Bernard Shaw, Seán Macbride, Ernest Walton, Mairead Corrigan (French Edition)
  8. Nordire: C. S. Lewis, Gary Moore, Eddie Irvine, Van Morrison, Mairead Corrigan, Jessica Kürten, Betty Williams, Brian Faulkner, Joseph Larmor (German Edition)
  9. Peacemakers ponder the tough questions.(PATHS TO PEACE)(Camilo Mejia, Fr. Roy Bourgeois, Shirin Ebadi, Chris Hedges, and Mairead Corrigan-Maguire)(Interview): ... An article from: National Catholic Reporter by Gale Reference Team, 2007-10-19
  10. Person (Belfast): C. S. Lewis, William Thomson, 1. Baron Kelvin, George Best, Gary Moore, Van Morrison, Mairead Corrigan, Danny Blanchflower (German Edition)
  11. The Tanner Lectures on Human Values 1997 by Thomas E. Hill, Antonim Scalia, et all 1997-06
  12. The Tanner Lectures on Human Values 1997 --1997 publication. by Antonim Scalia, Edward W. Said, Harold Bloom, Gunther Schuller, Mairead Corrigan Maguire, Onora O'Neill Thomas E. Hill, 1997-01-01
  13. Mairead Corrigan, Betty Williams (Nobel Peace Prize winners from Northern Irelan by Richard (Jack Bernard, Translator & Joan Baez, Intro) Deutsch, 1977-01-01
  14. Mairead Corrigan Betty Williams by Richard Deutsch, 1977-01-01

61. Issue 21 - What Is Enlightenment? Magazine
what to do. mairead corrigan Maguire, together with Betty Williams, wasawarded the nobel Peace Prize in 1977. After her young nephews

62. The Peace Maker SiTe - Nobel Laureates Statement
mairead corrigan Maguire, nobel Peace Prize 1976. Betty Williams, nobelPeace Prize 1976. mairead corrigan Maguire, nobel Peace Prize 1976.

63. Famous Irish Women
nobel Prize Winners. mairead corrigan and Betty Williams. When EgilAarvik, vicechairman of the committee presented the postponed
Nobel Prize Winners Mairead Corrigan and Betty Williams When Egil Aarvik, vice-chairman of the committee presented the postponed 1976 prize to Betty Williams and Mairead Corrigan in 1977, he began his speech with a graphic description of the tragic accident that had occurred the previous August on a street in Belfast in Northern Ireland. A car out of control, its driver an Irish Republican Army (IRA) gunman shot dead fleeing from British soldiers, smashed into a family out for a walk. Two of the children were killed outright, the third was mortally injured, and the mother critically injured. This senseless killing of innocent children produced a wave of revulsion against the violence which had been sweeping Northern Ireland. The movement was led by Betty Williams, a housewife who came upon the scene after she heard the shot, and Mairead Corrigan, the young aunt of the dead children. Aarvik told how the two women led marches in which Protestants and Catholics walked together in demonstrations for peace and against violence. That so many people in Northern Ireland had recognized that violence cannot bring social justice, Aarvik declared, gave hope that this could be "the dawn of a new day bringing lasting peace to the sorely tried people of Ulster." Williams and Corrigan "have shown us what ordinary people can do to promote peace." They had the courage to take the first step. "They did so in the name of humanity and love of their neighbour; someone had to start forgiving. ... Love of one's neighbor is one of the foundation stones of the humanism on which our western civilization is built." It is vitally important that it "should shine forth when hatred and revenge threaten to dominate." Theirs was "a courageous unselfish act that proved an inspiration to thousands, that lit a light in the darkness..."

64. Noble Peace Prize Winner Arrested -
In 1977, mairead corrigan was jointly awarded the nobel Peace Prize with Betty Williamsfor their work with the Peace People while Jody Williams won the nobel

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nobel Peace Prize Laureates / Number of nobel Laureates by Nation nobel Peace Prize 1976,corrigan, mairead Williams, Betty, Northern Ireland Northern Ireland.

66. Betty Williams
Famous Christians. Betty Williams mairead corrigan Peace 1976. maireadcorrigan and Betty Williams. nobel Peace Laureates Conference 1998.

67. Among Friends Column 129 - Suffer The Little Children
Betty Williams and mairead corrigan, said the nobel Committee, taught us that thepeace for which we strive is something that has to be won within and through

68. Appel Des Prix Nobel
Translate this page Les lauréats du Prix nobel de la paix. Signataires mairead corrigan-Maguire,Nelson Mandela, Mère Térésa, Aung San Suu Kyi, Le 14 ème Dalaï Lama

69. Fight, Flight, Or Constructive Response To Tuesday Morning
On Friday, November 2, nobel Peace Laureate mairead corrigan Maquire from NorthernIreland will be coming to Kansas City to open the Peace Colloquy at the

EMINENT VISITORS Right from the day of its inauguartion by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru , several National and International dignitaries have visited our museum. The first signature was by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on 15th Apr. 1959 and followed by stalwarts like Diplomats, Ministers, Governors, Administrators, Social Workers, Constructive workers and Noble Laureates. The following is a brief list of some of them. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, First Prime Minister of India
Jayaprakash Narayan Seniormost Sarvodaya Leader
C.Rajagopalachary, First Governor General of India
Swamy Sachidanand, Founder Yogaville, U.S.A
Swamy Ranganathananda, Chief of International Ramakrishna Institutions
Kanchi Kamakodi Peedam Shri. Shankaracharya Swamigal
Dr.S.Radhakrishnan, Former President of India
Dr.Zakir Hussain, Former President of India.
V.V.Giri, Former President of India
Dr.N.Sanjeeva Reddy, Former President of India
Dr.Martin Luther King Jr., Nobel Peace Laureate

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Alphabetical listing of nobel Peace prize laureates. Name. Year Awarded. Constant,Paul Henribenjamin Balluet D'estournelles De, 1909. corrigan, mairead, 1976.
Alphabetical listing of Nobel Peace prize laureates
Name Year Awarded Addams, Jane The American Friends Service Committee Amnesty International Angell, Sir Norman Arafat, Yasser Arnoldson, Klas Pontus Asser, Tobias Michael Carel Bajer, Fredrik Balch, Emily Greene Beernaert, Auguste Marie Francois Begin, Menachem Belo, Carlos Felipe Ximenes Borlaug, Norman Bourgeois, Leon Victor Auguste Brandt, Willy Branting, Karl Hjalmar Boyd-Orr Of Brechin, Lord John Briand, Aristide Bride, Sean Mac Buisson, Ferdinand Bunche, Ralph Butler, Nicholas Murray Cassin, Rene Cecil, Lord Edgar Algernon Robert Gascoyne Chamberlain, Sir Austen Constant, Paul Henribenjamin Balluet D'estournelles De Corrigan, Mairead Cremer, Sir William Randal Dalai Lama Dawes, Charles Gates De Klerk, Fredrik Willem Ducommun, Elie Dunant, Jean Henri Esquivel, Adolfo Perez Fontaine, Henri La Fried, Alfred Hermann The Friends Service Council Gobat, Charles Albert Gorbachev, Mikhail Sergeyevich Hammarskjoeld, Dag Hjalmar Agne Carl

72. The Promise And Challenge Of The Nobel Appeal
And the prestige and respect of the nobel laureates will surely help t last long inthe presence of people like Nelson Mandela, mairead corrigan Maguire, Mother

73. PEACE: Jul97 : Call For "A Decade Of Nonviolence"
mairead corrigan Maguire nobel Peace Prize Laureate Honorary President of theFoundation Appel des Laur,ats du Prix nobel de la PaixPartager avec les
Call for "A Decade of Nonviolence"
12 Jul 97 04:25:29 EDT

The following is the English translation of our full page add in Le Monde.
I hope it isn't an abuse of this list server to ask its members to sign it.
Full page Ad in Le Monde, Paris
(translated from the French)
Le Monde, Mercredi, 2 Juillet, 1997, p. 5 / Wednesday July 2, 1997
If the third millenium could begin under the sign of nonviolence
This is the dream of the Nobel Peace Prize Laureates.
Today, they are inviting you to join them to influence all the governments of the world. The Dalai Lama Mother Teresa Aung San Suu Kyi Nelson Mandela Mikhail Gorbachev Shimon Perez Elie Wiesel Mairead Corrigan-Maguire Norman Borlaug Betty Williams Lech Walesa Desmond Tutu Oscar Arias Sanchez Frederik W. de Klerk

74. HERO - Higher Education Research Opportunities In The UK Nobel
These categories are not foolproof where would one place mairead corrigan and BettyWilliams (1976 they enable us to see the breadth of the nobel Committee’s

75. The Peacemakers Speak
mairead Maguire corrigan, Northern Ireland, nobel Peace Laureate,1976. (photo by Michael Collopy), It is with the greatest sadness

76. CINJUST Archives: A Nobel Peace Prize Winner Speaks Out
After two nephews and a niece were killed in The Troubles, mairead corrigan Maguirewas a cowinner of the 1976 nobel Peace Prize for her efforts to stop
CINJust Archives Return to CINJust Table of Contents
A Nobel Peace Prize winner speaks out
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From: (G. Simon Harak, S. J.)
San Francisco Chronicle; San Francisco, Calif.; Oct 8, 1999; Lewis Dolinsky
After two nephews and a niece were killed in The Troubles, Mairead Corrigan
Maguire was a co-winner of the 1976 Nobel Peace Prize for her efforts to stop
bloodshed in Northern Ireland, and she has never stopped trying. But in an
interview this week at the University Ministry at USF, Maguire's fervent pitch was for people living thousands of miles away and a culture away from Belfast.

77. Norges Fredsråd - Fredskultur 1
San Sui Kyi, Shimon Perez, Yasser Arafat, Elie Wiesel, mairead corriganMaguire,Adolfo Secretariat for the Appeal of the nobel Peace Laureates BP 20797 60207

78. Gleitsman Foundation
mairead corrigan MAGUIRE mairead corrigan Maguire has dedicated her life to promotingpeaceful After receiving the nobel Peace Prize in 1976, she has continued
AWARDS Citizen Activist International Activist Achievement Board of Directors ... Press Release
Board of Judges
Fang Lizhi was the leading proponent for reform and human rights in China in the 1980's. Blacklisted as a dissident "spirit of democracy", he called for amnesty for political prisoners in 1989 and was blamed for inspiring the demonstrations in Tiananmen Square. Charged with treason, he took asylum in the US Embassy in Beijing and was able to emigrate to the United States in 1990. A distinguished astrophysicist, he has published more than one hundred and eighty scientific articles and is the author, coauthor and/or editor of twenty-three books. He is currently a Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Arizona in Tucson. MAIREAD CORRIGAN MAGUIRE
Mairead Corrigan Maguire has dedicated her life to promoting peaceful resolution of the conflict in Northern Ireland. When violence caused the death of three children in her family, she determined to fight to end the senseless violence and co-founded the Community for Peace People. After receiving the Nobel Peace Prize in 1976, she has continued to work tirelessly with grassroots community groups throughout her country, as well as with political and church leaders at home and abroad, seeking to promote dialogue between the two deeply divided communities. A powerful speaker, she has traveled throughout the world to share her message of peace and nonviolence.

79. Premio Nobel De Paco - Vikipedio
kaj institucioj) ricevis la Premion nobel de Paco 1973 Henry A. KISSINGER. 1974Sean MACBRIDE. 1975 Andrei SAKHAROV. 1976 Betty Williams kaj mairead corrigan.

80. PeaceCENTER - Decade Of Nonviolence Signers
She is the first mother to ever be awarded the nobel Peace Prize She said, Terrorismis like a rat, it comes out at night. When mairead corrigan Maguire, the

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