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Inger Segelström

Inger Agneta Segelström (born 25 February 1952 in Stockholm) is a Swedish politician and former Member of the European Parliament. She is a member of the Swedish Social Democratic Party, part of the Socialist Group.

She sat on the European Parliament's Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs. She is also a substitute for the Committee on Foreign Affairs and the Delegation to the EU-Russia Parliamentary Cooperation Committee.



  • 1977-1978: Employed by AFS International Education
  • 1979-1984: Research assistant, principal executive officer, Labour Market Board
  • 1984-1987: Commissioner's assistant secretary, finance department Stockholm City Hall
  • 1987-1990: Head of administration, Stockholm University students' union
  • 1990-1994: Environment secretary, association of local authorities, Stockholm County
  • 1995-2003: Chairwoman of the Swedish Social Democratic Women's Federation
  • since 2003: Chairwoman of the Council on Media Violence
  • 1988: Substitute member of Stockholm County Council
  • 1989-1991: Member of the staff committee, Stockholm County Council
  • 1992-1994: Member of the Stockholm County Administrative Board
  • 1994-2004: Member of the Swedish Parliament
  • 1980-1984: Chairwoman of the foundation/association Alla Kvinnors Hus (All Women's House)

See also: European Parliament election, 2004 (Sweden)

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