The Social Democratic Party,

Julie Rademacher

Former Member of the Folketing, The Social Democratic Party

Student

Julie Rademacher Hansen, born April 14th 1984 in Slagelse, daughter of Peter Guldager and child-minder and auxiliary nurse Stine Hansen.


Affiliations
Chairwoman of the Young Social Democrats in Sønderborg 2003-2004. Member of the general council of the Young Social Democrats in South Jutland County 2003-2004. Youropa-agent with the Danish Youth Council (DUF) 2005. Member of the students' parliament at the University of Southern Denmark 2005. Member of the international committee at the University of Southern Denmark 2005. Member of the students' council at the Institute of Political Science at the University of Southern Denmark 2005. Member of the general council of European Youth 2005. Member of the management committee of the Students' Council (Samarbejdende Studerende) 2006. Member of the academic council at the Faculty of Social Science at the University of Southern Denmark 2006. Member of the management committee at the University of Southern Denmark 2007.


The biography is no longer updated from September 15th 2011.

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Latest update: [30.01.2018]
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