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Zita Gurmai (born June 1, 1965 in Budapest) is a Hungarian politician and Member of the European Parliament for the Hungarian Socialist Party, part of the Party of European Socialists. [1 ]
Biography [ edit ]
Karl Marx University of Economics (1983–1988); doctorate 1991. 1988-1990. Comporgan company, communications coordinator
Westel Rádiótelefon Kft., sales executive 1994-1995.
Political History Institute, PR manager 1995-2002. Szelén Művelődési Tanácsadó Kft., manager
From the 1990s she is active in civil society, sets up many foundations: Nők a valódi esélyegenlőségért Alapítvány (Women's Foundation for Genuine Equality), Nők a közéletben Alapítvány (Women in Public Life Foundation). Has drawn up many reports on equality and done research as organiser and co-author.
2002-2004. Member of the
Hungarian Parliament, delegate to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, delegate to the Central European Network, Observer in the European Parliament From 1993.
Hungarian Socialist Party party member, in 1995. administrator, women's section From 1999. Vice-President, Socialist International Women
From 2001. President, women's section
From 2004. President, PES Women
References [ edit ]
^ a b ". European Parliament - Zita Gurmai" European Parliament . Retrieved 2010-01-29.
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