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Noun1.Finnbogadottir - former president of Iceland; first woman to be democratically elected head of state (born in 1930)
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The group included the world's first female elected President, Vigdis Finnbogadottir of Iceland.
This is a new building for the Vigdis Finnbogadottir Institute for Foreign Languages of the University of Iceland.
Finnbogadottir AF, Ardal B, Eiriksson H, Hrafnkelsson B, Valdimarsson H, Ludviksson BR.
Becoming a father can be experienced as very stressful but also as highly pleasurable and enriching in relation to both the child and the partner (Chin, Hall, & Daiches, 2011; Donovan, 1995; Finnbogadottir, Crang Svalenius, & K Persson, 2003; Fagerskiold, 2008; Jordan, 1990; Premberg, Hellstrom, & Berg, 2008).
A pioneer in women s rights, the country is home to the world s first democratically elected woman head of state, Vigdis Finnbogadottir, and current Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir, who is an openly gay woman.
That glass ceiling was shattered by Vigdis Finnbogadottir, 82, who served four terms as president from 1980 to 1996 and who has been described as the first democratically elected female head of state in the world.
Similar findings were also reported by Finnbogadottir (36) in a study done in a multicultural industrial town in southern Sweden whereby men felt being marginalized and excluded in their contact with maternal and child health services.
11 IN 1980 former president Vigdis Finnbogadottir became the first woman in the world to become a democratically elected head of state.
En 1980, por ejemplo, Vigdis Finnbogadottir triunfo en la eleccion presidencial, con lo que se convirtio en la primera mujer jefa de Estado del pais.
Joining Stewart at the Congress were fellow World Theatre Ambassadors Vigdis Finnbogadottir (Iceland), Arnold Wesker (U.
Following the table of contents there are three forewords: the first is by Vigdis Finnbogadottir, president of Iceland from 1980 to 1996; the second is by Alp Mehmet, British ambassador to Iceland; and the third is by Helgi Bjornsson, a glaciologist of world repute at the Science Institute, University of Iceland.