The Social Liberal Party,
Christian Friis, Radikale Venstre - Fotograf Steen Brogaard

Christian Friis Bach

Former Member of the Folketing, The Social Liberal Party

Former minister

Christian Friis Bach, born April 29th 1966 at Frederiksberg, son of self-employed businesswoman Ellen Birgitte Bach and senior lecturer Erik Bach. Married to Karin Friis Bach. The couple has three children, born in 1991, 1993 and 1999.

Chairman of the Danish Association for International Cooperation 1997-2001. Member of the management committee of the International Institute for Sustainable Development 2000-2006. Member of the presiding committee of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) 2007-2011. Member of the Africa Commission 2008-2009. Initiative-taker and member of the management council of the Danish Ethical Trade Initiative 2008-2010. Member of the Governing Council of the United Nations 2010-2011. Member of Egedal Municipal Council 2010-2011.

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