Mairead McGuire Press Release at nobel Prize Centennial Symposium and Letter to Umm Reyda from nobelLaureate mairead corrigan McGuire EMBARGO 6TH DECEMBER, 2001. (THURSDAY). http://www.nonviolence.org/vitw/old_site/pages/180.htm
Corrigan Maguire PEACE TO YOU ALL, mairead corrigan MAGUIRE nobel PEACE LAUREATE (1976) Voicesin the Wilderness Voices in the Wilderness A Campaign to End the Economic http://www.nonviolence.org/vitw/old_site/pages/169.htm
Life an interesting book about the two nobel Prize laureates, which was published in 1977in English and French Richard Deutsch mairead corrigan, Betty Williams. http://www.dadalos.org/int/Vorbilder/Vorbilder/PeacePeople/leben.htm
Extractions: Examples Betty Williams Born 22 May 1943 in Belfast married, 2 children Secretary Hobbies: Sewing, gardening, reading and Mairead Corrigan Born 27 January 1944 in Belfast Secretary Hobbies: Swimming Voluntary work including work with handicapped children and prisoners Betty Williams and Mairead Corrigan founded the organization known as the "(Community of) Peace People" together with Ciaran McKeown". Their spontaneous action led to the most influential peace movement in Northern Ireland. They were awarded the following awards in recognition of their work Carl von Ossietsky Medal, honorary doctorate at Yale University, Peace Prize from the Norwegian people (1976) and The Nobel Peace Prize [Left: The three founders of the Peace People organization: Mairead Corrigan, Ciaran McKeown, Betty Williams] Even after the Peace People peace movement had reached its zenith in Northern Ireland, they continued to work around the world for peace (more detailed information on this is available in the quotes and materials section. They were both awarded a great number of awards in the years that followed.
Quotes 77 nobel Peace Prize award ceremony in which she also spoke about the Declarationof the Peace People to the speech. A letter from mairead corrigan Maguire http://www.dadalos.org/int/Vorbilder/Vorbilder/PeacePeople/zitate.htm
Extractions: Examples Quotes, speeches and texts by Betty Williams und Mairead Corrigan Inspired by Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. , both of these Nobel Prize winners carry a simple message of love, mutual understanding and non-violence into the world. This page contains quotes by Mairead Corrigan and quotes by Betty Williams which make clear this message. In addition to this, the following material is also available on subsequent pages: Extracts from the speech made by Betty Williams at the 1976/77 Nobel Peace Prize award ceremony in which she also spoke about the Declaration of the Peace People" [ to the speech A letter from Mairead Corrigan Maguire to her son Luke [ to the Luke's letter A speech entitled "The Field" about the necessity of change in Northern Ireland, delivered by Mairead Corrigan Maguire in 1999 [ to the speech An in-depth interview with Betty Williams about herself, developments and the work towards peace [ to the interview EA in-depth interview with Betty Williams about herself, developments and the work towards peace [
Extractions: Home Le altre notizie Gli speciali Cerca nel sito nel web ESTERI Manifestazioni a Washington davanti alla Casa Bianca Proteste, due premi Nobel per la pace arrestati La nordirlandese Mairead Corrigan Maguire e l'americana Jody Williams in manette insieme a 35 leader religiosi WASHINGTON Due premi Nobel per la pace sono state arrestate dalla polizia americana per proteste davanti alla Casa Bianca. La nordirlandese Mairead Corrigan Maguire, Nobel nel 1976, e l'americana Jody Williams, premiata nel 1997, sono state ammanettate insieme a 35 leader religiosi e al pacifista dell'epoca del Vietnam Daniel Ellsberg mentre erano seduti nel parco antistante la Casa Bianca cantando canzoni di pace e mentre inalberavano cartelli con foto di vittime civili. 26 marzo 2003
Extractions: We are pleased to announce that Mairead Corrigan Maguire, recipient of the 1976 Nobel Peace Prize, will deliver the annual Berrigan Lecture. This event is scheduled to take place during Women's History Month and is being organized by International House, the Women's Studies Program, and the Center for Peace and Global Studies. Maguire will deliver the Berrigan Lecture on Wednesday, March 19, 2003 at 7:30 PM in the Panasci Family Chapel. Her talk, which is titled "Building a Culture of Peace and Nonviolence," will be about her own experiences in Northern Ireland and her visits to places in the Middle East, including Iraq. All members of the Le Moyne community and the public will be invited to attend. It is hoped that interested faculty will find ways to incorporate this event into their course syllabi. More details about Maguire's visit will be forthcoming. To learn more about Mairead Corrigan Maguire, log on to The Peace People
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Nobel Prizes is nobel Prizes report in alphabetic order; if you click upon a name you will beconnected with relative page of nobel Prizes Archive. corrigan, mairead, 1976. http://web.tiscali.it/no-redirect-tiscali/LG_WebPace/nobel.htm
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Nobel Laureates Speak Out Against Terrorism The eight laureates were 1976 nobel Prize winner mairead corrigan Maguire, 1976nobel Prize winner Betty Williams, 1980 nobel Prize winner Adolfo Perez http://www.tibet.ca/wtnarchive/2001/10/9_2.html
Mairead Corrigan And Betty Williams, Feminist Press Despite the lifethreatening risks involved, mairead corrigan and Betty Williams,joint winners of the 1976 nobel Peace Prize, united Catholics and Protestants http://www.feministpress.org/book/index.cfm/GCOI/55861100535560
Extractions: by Sarah Buscher Bettina Ling Click here to buy: Hardcover - $19.95 Paperback - $9.95 Despite the life-threatening risks involved, Mairead Corrigan and Betty Williams, joint winners of the 1976 Nobel Peace Prize, united Catholics and Protestants by leading nonviolent demonstrations protesting the bloodshed.
Extractions: Three children were killed by a Irish (IRA) gunman's car fleeing British soldiers. This senseless tragedy was a part of the ongoing violence in Northern Ireland between Catholic and Protestant extremists. Two women, Betty Williams, who came upon the scene, and Mairead Corrigan, the aunt of the children, led marches in which Protestants and Catholics walked together to demonstrate against violence. Many people in Northern Ireland recognized that violence would not bring social justice, but Williams and Corrigan had the courage to take the first step. At the presentation of their Nobel Peace Prize in 1976, it was said, "In the name of humanity and love of their neighbor; someone had to start forgiving... [and] shine forth when hatred and revenge threaten to dominate." Betty Williams emigrated to the United States, where she taught and lectured. Mairead Corrigan Maguire continued to carry the message of non-violence to other countries. Making Peace in Northern Ireland is a book about them for ages 9-12. On the Web, visit www.poets4peace.com.
Women Nobel Prize Winners See nobel Prizes for Peace at Infoplease.com for the full list of winners. 1976,mairead corrigan and Betty Williams (both Northern Ireland). http://www.infoplease.com/cgi-bin/id/A0801697.html