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Joined Unesco Wednesday, 15 September 1948

Presidente de la República:
Excmo. Sr. D. Mauricio Macri

Permanent Delegation

H. E. Mr Rodolfo H. Terragno
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary,
Permanent Delegate

Curriculum vitae

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Born in November 1943 in Buenos Aires.
Education: Master's degree in Law (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina), 1967.
Professional experience: Politician, historian, writer and journalist. National Senator (2001-2007); Chief of Cabinet of Ministers (1999-2000); National Deputy (1993-1995, 1997-1999); Minister of Public Works and Services (1987-1989, under the Presidency of Raúl Alfonsín); Editor and Director of the Latin American Newsletters Ltd. in London, UK (1982-1987); Vice-President of the press agency ALA Entreprises Inc., in the US (1984-1987); Co-author with Gabriel García Márquez of the project “El Otro” newspaper (1982-1985). During the Argentine dictatorship, he went into exile in 1976
in Caracas, Venezuela, where he founded in 1979 El Diario de Caracas. He founded the law firm of Terragno & Associates in 1967. He has received several decorations (Ordre National du Mérite, France, 1987; Cavaliere di Gran Croce, Italy, 1987) and published several books, notably on historic topics (the most recent is Josefa, published in 2015).

Contact

Permanent Delegation of Argentina to UNESCO
Maison de l'UNESCO
Bureau M7.01-M7.10
1, rue Miollis
75015 PARIS Cedex 15
Telephone
01.45.68.34.42
01.45.68.34.36
01.45.68.34.42
Fax
01.43.06.60.35
E-mail
dl.argentina(a)unesco-delegations.org

National Commission

Excmo. Sr. Don Alejandro Oscar FINOCCHIARO
Presidente
Dr. Francisco MIGUENS CAMPOS
Secretario
Contact

Argentina National Commission for Cooperation with UNESCO
Paraguay 1657, 3er piso, of. 301 / 302
C1062ACA Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
República Argentina

Phone: (+54 11) 4129-1152 / 4129-1156
Fax: (54 11) 41 29 11 57; (54 11) 41 29 12 85
Email: fmiguens(a)me.gov.ar, conaplu(a)me.gov.ar
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