Kinga Göncz

Kinga Göncz

Kinga Göncz (born November 8, 1947 in Budapest, Hungary) is the current foreign minister of Hungary. She is the daughter of Árpád Göncz, former President of Hungary. She is fluent in English and German, is married being the mother of two adult children and the grandmother of a young boy.

Curriculum vitae

Dr. Kinga Göncz – Minister of Foreign Affairs

*1947 – Born in Budapest.

*1972 – Finished the Faculty of Medicine at the Semmelweis University of Medicine in Budapest. In 1978, specialized in Psychiatry, in the second half of the 1980s, specialized in Psychotherapy. In 2004 obtained the Diploma in Psychotherapy of the European Association for Psychotherapy.

*1972-1978– Worked as a psychiatrist. Following this, she was a senior assistant at the National Medical Rehabilitation Institute, and took part in the development of the first social policy educational programs.

*1989- Associate professor at the Social Policy and Social Work Department of the Institute for Sociology of ELTE University, Budapest, teaching among others communication skills development, mediation and organization development.

*1994-2002 – Worked as the Director of Partners Hungary. The organization is a member of an American-founded international network, with the goal of the education of the culture of creative conflict management, techniques of democracy, negotiation techniques and change management. Within this, Dr. Kinga Göncz worked on the establishment of centers for the prevention and management of social conflicts in Albania, Bulgaria, Romania and in the former Yugoslavia.

*1990- Lectured at several universities abroad. Between 1998 and 2003, she taught the Social Psychology of Prejudice at the Human Rights Department at the Central European University.

*2002- Political State Secretary of the Ministry for Health, Social and Family Affairs responsible for civil co-ordination. She was responsible for: the elaboration of the system of keeping contacts with state and non-governmental social policy related organizations, the professional leading of the work for the amendment of the law on social affairs, and the heading of the National Council on Aging and Older People, the Social Council, the National Council for the Issues of Disabled Persons and the Ministry’s Tripartite Council for the Reconciliation of Interests.

*June 15, 2004Minister without portfolio for Equal Opportunities, responsible for disabled persons, Romas, the equal opportunities of women and men, co-operation with NGOs, and for the co-ordination of the fight against poverty and segregation.

*October 9, 2004 – 8-6-2006 – Minister of Youth, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities. During her assignment at this position, she was responsible, besides the areas she managed as minister without portfolio for equal opportunities, for the heading of the welfare system, the system of family support, the area of caring for children and youth, the affairs of the elderly and pensions, the question of drugs, as well as consumer protection.

*September 6, 2006 – Minister of Foreign Affairs.

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