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Former President of Ireland & Chair of The Elders
One of the world’s most respected advocates for human rights and Ireland’s first woman President, Mary Robinson leads the mission of the Mary Robinson Foundation—Climate Justice.
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First Female President of Liberia
Sirleaf, “Africa’s Iron Lady,” is the continent’s first democratically-elected woman leader and a Nobel Peace Prize-winning advocate for freedom, justice, women’s empowerment and democracy.
Pulitzer Prize-Winning NYT Columnist
How good do you really have to be, to be christened the reporter’s reporter…by other reporters? You have to be Nicholas Kristof – good.
First Female Prime Minister of Norway
Former prime minister of Norway and director-general of the World Health Organization, speaker Gro Brundtland has dedicated herself to making the world a better place.
Race & Gender Justice Activist
The daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Naomi carries on the family legacy to heal the wounds of racism and promote understanding through truth and reconciliation.
Nobel Peace Prize-Winning Activist & Lawyer
Iranian lawyer and activist Shirin Ebadi is the first Muslim to receive the Nobel Peace Prize. She speaks about democracy and the fundamental rights of women, children and every individual.
Nobel Prize-Winning Human Rights Activist
Tawakkol Karman is a Yemeni journalist, politician, human rights activist and the co-recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. As the face of the Yemeni uprising, she was instrumental in helping shape the Arab Spring.
Human Rights Activist / Nobel Laureate
Menchu-Tum's efforts for human rights for the indigenous and aboriginal Indians of Guatemala have established her as an advocate for peace. Her work has earned her the 1992 Nobel Peace Prize.