Finnbogadottir


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former president of Iceland

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This includes, for instance, Campbell, Dreifuss, Finnbogadottir, Gandhi (separated), Meir (separated), Pintasilgo, Prunskiene, Suchocka, and Suharnoputri.
Women World Leaders Name Country Office Years Sirimavo Ceylon PM 1960-65, 70-77, 94-2000 Bandarnaike (Sri Lanka) Indira Gandhi India PM 1966-77, 80-84 Golda Meir Israel PM 1969-74 Isabel Peron Argentina President 1974-76 Elizabeth Central African PM 1975-76 Domitien Rep Marie de Portugal PM 1979-80 Lourdes Pintasilgo Lidia Gueiler Bolivia President 1979-80 Margaret Britain PM 1979-90 Thatcher Mary Eugenia Dominica PM 1980-95 Charles Vigdis Iceland President 1980-96 Finnbogadottir Gro Brundtland Norway PM 1981,86-89, 90-96 Agatha Barbara Malta President 1982-86 Milka Planinc Yugoslavia President 1982-86 Maria Liberia Nicaragua President 1984-85 Peres Maarie Nether.
This confirms the statement of Finnbogadottir, Svalenius and Persson (2003:96-105) that the father's participation in all aspects of pregnancy, labour and care of the baby is a satisfying experience for the couple.
The roots of national organic farming are now embraced by most segments of the population, including the country's female president, Vigdis Finnbogadottir, the farmers' union and members of Parliament, and were planted by Baldvin Jonsson, a consultant to the Icelandic government.
This gap is significant because a routine prenatal ultrasound between 15 and 20 weeks' gestation is an integral component of prenatal care in most institutions (Breathnach, Fleming, & Malone, 2007), and existing research suggests that expectant fathers wish to be more involved in prenatal care (Boyce, Condon, Barton, & Corkindale, 2007; Draper, 2002; Finnbogadottir, Crang Svalenius, & Persson, 2003).
Endorsed by former President Finnbogadottir of Iceland (1980 to 1996), the first elected female president in the world, Stephan Schmidheiny, founder and honorary chairman of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, and Helen Delich Bentley, former chairman of the United States Federal Maritime Commission and former 5-term member of the U.
Among those paying respects at Baldernock Church, near Milngavie, Glasgow, was Vigdis Finnbogadottir, a former president of Iceland.
Despite these efforts to involve the fathers, many feel marginalized and peripheral in their contact with the mother and infant services (Chalmers & Mayer, 1996; Finnbogadottir et al.
The international judging committee included: Brazilian writer Paulo Coelho, former President of Iceland Vigdis Finnbogadottir, Lebanese composer Marcel Khalife, Japanese painter Countess Setsuko Klossowska de Rola and Malian scientist Cheick Diarra.
Also featured in that gala will be renowned Icelandic tenor Kristjan Johannsson, Broadway singer Ann Runolfsson, former president of Iceland Vigdis Finnbogadottir, Reykjavik Mayor Ingibjorg Solrun Gisladottir and other members of Government.