Former President of Ireland Mary Robinson on AU Thursday
Mary Robinson served as president of Ireland from 1990 - 1997 and was the first woman to chair the U.N. Commission for Human Rights. She is also the founder of the Ethical Globalization Initiative, advocates for the integration of human rights, gender sensitivity, and enhanced accountability in politics. As president, Robinson bravely fought for women's rights, gay and lesbian rights, and for other underserved populations in the country, bridging religious, social, and economic groups.
On Access Utah Thursday, Sheri Quinn talks with Mary Robinson, who was in Utah this week to speak at Utah State University.