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Inger Birgitte HARMS

Member of the Folketing

Inger Birgitte HARMS, Danish Member of the Folketing. Promerito, Council of Europe, 1991. 5 Member Committee for cultural affairs in Sydslesvig (Danish Minority in Germany); Member, Bureau of the Friendship organisation, Soviet Union-Denmark.

Background

HARMS, Inger Birgitte was born on August 10, 1942 in Esbjerg, Denmark. Daughter of Vagn Harry Lund and Ida Lund (née Nielsen).

Education

Prairie High School, high school diploma, Iowa, United States of America, 1959-1960. College degree, 1981. Spoken languages: Danish, English, German, Swedish, French.

Career

Member of the Folketinget, since 1981. Member of the Nordic Council, since 1981. Member of the Council of Europe 1987.

President, Group of Communists and allies, 1990, name changed to Unified European Left.

Religion

Lutheran.

Membership

5 Member Committee for cultural affairs in Sydslesvig (Danish Minority in Germany). Member, Bureau of the Friendship organisation, Soviet Union-Denmark.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Foreign policy, minorities, agriculture.

Connections

mother:
Ida Lund (née Nielsen)