Georgette Ciselet

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Georgette Ciselet (Antwerp, on August 21, 1900 -1983) was a liberal Belgian political woman.[1] Member of the Liberal Party since 1925, she was a lawyer and member of the Council of State (Belgium) (1963-1972); President of the National Federation of Liberal Women (1945-1963); President of the Sixth United Nations Conference on Technical Cooperation (1955); President of the Third United Nations Conference on Social Issues and Refugees (1959).[2]

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  1. ^ R. DEVULDERE. Biografisch repertorium der Belgische parlementairen, senatoren en volksvertegenwoordigers 1830 tot 1.8.1965. Gent, R.U.G., licentiaatsverhandeling (onuitgegeeven), 1965.
  2. ^ Eliane Gubin. Dictionnaire des femmes belges: XIXe et XXe siècles. Lannoo Uitgeverij, 2006. pp. 100–103.