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Anna biondi

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Anna Biondi

Deputy Director Office for Workers' Activities, International Labor Organization (ILO), Geneva

02/2009-Present:
Deputy Director Office for Workers' Activities, International Labor Organization, Geneva (coordinates work for institutional settings - International Labor Conference, Governing Body and Regional Meetings, liaison with constituents and multinational companies). Member of the Steering Committee of the School of International Studies of the University of Trento (Italy). Member of the World Academy of Arts and Sciences (WAAS).

11 / 2004-02 / 2009:
Director, International Trade Union Confederation-Geneva Office and Secretary of the Workers 'Group, ILO Governing Body (Coordinated the general political contribution for the ITUC in Geneva and for the Workers' Group in the ILO Governing Body and Labor Conference , Participated in the elaboration of the General Council and the Executive Board of the ITUC. In December 2007 she was elected as First Vice-President of CONGO, representing the NGO community of Geneva)

08 / 1998-10 / 2004:
Deputy Director, International Trade Union Confederation, Geneva Office (Worked mainly with the ILO, sharing responsibility for the Workers' Group Secretariat. Liaison with other UN institutions in Geneva, in particular OHCHR, following the Commission and the Subcommittee on Human Rights Liaison with government missions to the UN and NGOs accredited to ECOSOC, in order to promote common points of view on labor and social issues (that is, member of the Campaign Steering Committee World for the Promotion of the UN C. 95)

1990-07 / 1998:
President INCA USA, West Babylon, NY (In charge of the administration of a non-profit organization that offers services to Italian immigrants - with 5 offices in the USA)

1986-1990:
Administrator, International Department, Confederazione Italiana Generale del Lavoro (CGIL), Rome, Italy (In charge of relations with English-speaking unions; Deputy Director of the “Mediterranean Institute”; representative of all Italian unions in the Youth Committee of the CES).

Education and staff
Laurea, Political Sciences, “C. Alfieri Faculty ”, University of Florence, Thesis:“ The financing of Italian political parties ”; 1983 (110/110 cum laude)
Various speeches and articles recorded in numerous UN forums and various meetings.
New Jersey State Notary Public, January 26, 1995 - January 26, 2000); ID # 2173961.

Married, two children.

Mother tongue: Italian; Fluent in English, French and Spanish.

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