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Ingela Birgitta MARTENSSON

Member of the Riksdag

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.

Membership

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

The Association Statistics and Planning.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Peace and cultural affairs. Computer technology.