NEW YORK — Hillary Clinton says that involving women is crucial to establishing peace agreements that last.
Clinton spoke at a luncheon in New York on Monday where she was inducted into the Irish America Hall of Fame.
She did not address the controversy surrounding her use of private email during her time as secretary of state.
Irish America magazine says it chose to honor the likely Democratic presidential contender for her work during the Irish peace process.
She spoke about her experience meeting women in Northern Ireland during the conflict and made the case that their involvement was crucial to establishing lasting peace.
Previous inductees include former President Bill Clinton, Vice President Joe Biden and media personalities Bill O’Reilly and Chris Matthews.