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Grethe Fenger MÖLLER

Grethe Fenger MÖLLER, Danish Member of the Folketing.

Background

  • MÖLLER, Grethe Fenger was born in 1941.

  • Education

    • Hamline University, Minnesota, USA, 1961-1962. Law, 1969.

    Career

    • Deputy Chairperson, Danish Women Society Youth Section. Member, Danish Women's Society Executive Committee, 1967-1981, Chairperson, 1974-1981. Head of the National Secretariat, The United Nations Women's Year, 1975.

      Member, Board of National Council of Women in Denmark, 1971-1976. Member of the Folketing, 1977. Minister of Labour, 1982-1986.

      Political Spokesperson, until 1987. Chairperson., Legal Committee of Folketing. Chairperson, Danish Delegation of North Atlantic Assembly, one of two female Mems. in the Military Committee.

      Vice-Chairperson, Political-Economic Committee. Member, Special Committee on Danish Security Policy. Member, Frederiksberg Town Council, 1974-1982.

      Chairperson, Social Committee and house rent Committee. Chairperson, Danish Delegation in Nairobi, 1985. Chairperson, Committee working out the Danish Government’s National Plan of Action after Nairobi Conference.

      Chairperson, Danish Equal Status Council. Member, Conservative Party Executive Committee, since 1975. Employed in Department of Labour and Social Affairs, 1969-1975.

      Employed in Secretariat, Danish Equal Status Council, 1976-1979, Chairperson, 1987. Employed. Secretariat of the Danish Equal Status Council, 1976-1979. Participated in three United Nations Women's Conferences.

    Works

    • Books and articles, headed many seminars on women in politics.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Conservative Party

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