|別名||Mairead Corrigan Maguire|
Pacem in Terris (1990)
- Abrams, Irwin. The Nobel Peace Prize and the Laureates: An illustrated biographical history 1901–2001. USA: Science History Publications. 2001. ISBN 0881353884.
- Abrams, Irwin; Wang, Gungwu (編). The Iraq War and Its Consequences. Singapore: World Scientific. 2003. ISBN 9812385908.
- Buscher, Sarah and Ling, Bettina. Máiread Corrigan and Betty Williams: Making Peace in Northern Ireland. New York: The Feminist Press. 1999: 32 [22 March 2011]. ISBN 1558612009.
- Fairmichael, Rob. The Peace People Experience (PDF). Irish Network for Nonviolent Action, Training and Education. 1987.
- Fairmichael, p. 28: "Mairead Corrigan, now Mairead Maguire, married her former brother-in-law, Jackie Maguire, and they have two children of their own as well as three by Jackie's previous marriage to Ann Maguire."
- Abrams (2001) p. 27 "For many years Mairead Corrigan (now Maguire), thirty-three when she received the 1976 prize in 1977, was the youngest in the year of the award, but she has now been matched by Rigoberta Menchú Tum, also thirty-three when she won the prize in 1992."
- Mairead Maguire: Nobel winner, veteran peace campaigner. AFP. 4 June 2010 [5 February 2011].
Maguire was born into a Catholic community in Belfast on January 27, 1944, the daughter of a window cleaner father and housewife mother, growing up with five sisters and two brothers.
- Mairead Corrigan Maguire. The Peace People. [4 February 2011].
In September, 1981, Mairead married Jackie Maguire, widower of her sister Anne, who never recovered from the loss of her children and died in January, 1980. In addition to the remaining three children from the earlier marriage – Mark, Joanne and Marie Louise – Mairead and Jackie are the parents of John and Luke.
- NORTHERN IRELAND: A People's Peace Prize. TIME. 13 December 1976 [26 February 2011].
To a standing ovation, Betty Williams, 33, and Mairead Corrigan, 32, co-founders of the Ulster Peace Movement (TIME, Sept. 6) arrived to accept the Norwegian People's Peace Prize.
- Die Carl–von–Ossietzky–Medaille [The Carl von Ossietzky Medal]. Internationale Liga für Menschenrechte (International League for Human Rights). [20 February 2011] （德語）.
- Page, Glenn D.; Pim, Joam Evans (編). Global Nonkilling Leadership: First Forum Proceedings. India: Gandhi Media Centre. 2008: 31. ISBN 978-1-880309-11-7.
My love of reading especially the lives of the early Christian mystics, St. Francis and St. Clare, St. John of the Cross, St. Teresa of Avila, helped me in my Spiritual Journey. Later in life I was inspired by writings of Gandhi, Tolstoy, Dorothy Day, Thomas Merton, Thich Nhat Hanh, and John Dear. … I studied the Bible and found the 'Sermon on the Mount' and the life of Jesus an inspiring story of nonviolence, and came to agree with the late Fr. John McKenzie who once wrote 'you cannot read the gospels and not know that Jesus was totally nonviolent.'
- Peace People – History. The Peace People. [20 February 2011].
This was the beginning of the Movement and the three co-founders worked to harness the energy and desire of many people in Northern Ireland for peace... Ciaran named the movement, Peace People, wrote the Declaration, and set out its rally programme, etc.
- The Nobel Peace Prize 1976. Nobel Foundation. 2009 [8 July 2009].
The Nobel Peace Prize 1976 was awarded jointly to Betty Williams and Mairead Corrigan. Betty Williams and Mairead Corrigan received their Nobel Prize one year later, in 1977.
- International Fellowship of Reconciliation
- 梅里德·科里根 – 簡歷，諾貝爾獎
- 愛爾蘭諾貝爾獎得主，The Best Question
- Nobel Women's Initiative