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Ingela Birgitta MARTENSSON

Ingela Birgitta MARTENSSON, Swedish Member of the Riksdag. Union for Swedish Academics.

Background

  • MARTENSSON, Ingela Birgitta was born on August 18, 1939 in Strom, Sweden. Parents: Hans Sigfrid Màrtensson and Marta Margareta Màrtensson, 1964.

  • Education

    • Gothenburg University, Degree in Science and Philosophy, 1969. Spoken languages: English, German.

    Career

    • Chairwoman of the FrOlunda House of Culture, 1978-1982. Local Government Councillor, 1979-1982. Chairwoman of the Liberal Party’s Peace Council, 1986-1990.

      Deputy member of the Constitutional Affairs Committee, since 1985. Deputy member of the Financial Committee, 1988. Lay Assessor and Chairwoman of the Service panel, 1987-1988.

      Member of the Legislative Committee concerning Terrorism, since 1989. Member. Liberal Party’s Parliamentary Groups Trust Council. Chairwoman of the Gothenburg Student Housing Foundation, 1980-1982.

      Member of Riksdag for Gothenburg, since 1985. Air hostess, Scandinavian Airlines. 1960-1963; teacher of Sociology, 1969-1977.

      Survey Secretary, Gothenburg City Secretariate, since 1977. Member. Governing Board of Gothenburg University, 1981.

    Works

    • Scholars in the Industry, The Sociological Faculty of Gothenburg University, 1975.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Liberal Party

    Membership

    Union for Swedish Academics. Clubs: Chairperson of the Swedish Section, WILPF, since 1990. Clipped Wings (former Air-hostesses).

    The Association Statistics and Planning.

    Personality

    Interests

    Peace and cultural affairs. Computer technology.

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    Born August 18, 1939
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