Miguel Laparra

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Miguel Laparra Navarro (born in 1962 in Cher, France[1]) is a Spanish politician and sociologist. He is a doctor in sociology.[2] As of July 2015, he was named Vice President of the Government of Navarra as well as counsellor for Social Policy, Employment and Housing in the government.[2][3][4] He was named by the left-wing coalition Izquierda-Ezkerra as its representative in the government.[3]

Before assuming his role in the Navarra cabinet, he headed the Cátedra de Investigación para la Igualdad y la Integración Social (CIPRAIIS) at Universidad Pública de Navarra (UPNA).[2][3] He served as research fellow at the Warwick Institute of Employment Research and as lecturer at Niederhein University of Applied Sciences.[1] He was named as Director of the Department of Social Work of UPNA in 2007.[1]

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