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MERVAT TALLAWY

diplomatist

Mervat TALLAWY, Egyptian diplomatist. United Nations Committee on Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW).

Background

TALLAWY, MERVAT was born in 1937.

Education

Institute for Dipl Studies, Cairo, 1962-1963. Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva, 1973-1977, Doctor of Philosophy Candidate. Spoken languages: English, Arabic.

Career

Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Egypt, Vienna, Embassy of Egypt since 1988. Ambassador to Austria since 1988. Director, International Economic Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cairo, since 1991.

Gov, International Atomic Energy Agency, 1988-1991. Member, United Nations Committee(s) on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, 1988-1991. Chairperson, Group of 77, Vienna, 1989.

Chairperson, African Group, Vienna, 1988. Deputy Director, Department of International Organization, Cairo, 1985. Deputy Director, International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women, 1982-1985.

Dipl posts in Geneva, New York, Caribbean countries. Officer, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cairo. Egyptian Representative at numerous international conferences.

Membership

Member: Egyptian National Committee for Children. National Machinery for Women. Governing Board, Training Institute for Social Workers in Egypt.