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Trine Bramsen - Fotograf Steen Brogaard

Trine Bramsen

Member of the Folketing, The Social Democratic Party

MSc (social science), senior consultant

Folketinget, Christiansborg
1240 Copenhagen K

Phone in the Folketing:
+45 3337 4072

Trine Bramsen, born March 26th 1981 in Svendborg, daughter of primary school teacher Bo Steffen Madsen and primary school teacher Lene Bramsen Madsen.


Member period
Member of the Folketing for The Social Democratic Party in Funen greater constituency from September 15th 2011.


Parliamentary career
Spokeswoman on legal affairs and human rights. Chairwoman of the Immigration and Integration Affairs Committee 2011-2013. Member of the Board of the Danish Inter-Parliamentary Group from 2015.


Affiliations
Member of the governing body of the Women's Council in Denmark for the Social Democratic Party from 2008.


Publications
Co-author of »Business process management - fokus på styring af processer« (Business process management – focus on managing processes), 2009.

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Latest update: [30.01.2018]
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