Edith Anrep

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Edith Anrep
7th President of the International Alliance of Women
In office
1970–1973
Preceded by Begum Anwar Ahmed
Succeeded by Irène de Lipkowski
Personal details
Nationality Swedish
Occupation Lawyer

Edith Anrep, born 1912, died 2012, was a Swedish lawyer and feminist.[1][2] She served as the 7th President of the International Alliance of Women from 1970 to 1973. In Sweden she was President of the Fredrika-Bremer-Förbundet Scholarship Institution, Vice-President of the Swedish Cancer Society and board member of the Swedish Committee for Cultural Cooperation in Europe.[3]

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