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Ardern, Jacinda, 1980-

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Personal name headingArdern, Jacinda, 1980-
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See alsoChief executive of: New Zealand. Prime Minister (2017-2023 : Ardern)
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Country of citizenship: New Zealand
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Other standard no.0000000498869686
Associated countryNew Zealand
LocatedAuckland (N.Z.)
London (England)
New York (N.Y.)
Birth date1980-07-26
Place of birthHamilton (N.Z.)
Field of activityNew Zealand--Politics and government
AffiliationNew Zealand Labour Party
Great Britain. Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform
Profession or occupationPoliticians
Prime ministers
Policy advisor
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Found inJacinda Ardern, via National Library of New Zealand's Digital Archive, viewed on November 1, 2017: home page (Jacinda Ardern for Mt Albert; an MP; Labour's candidate) about (I worked as an Assistant Director in the Department for Business and Enterprise in London; I lived in New York, making meatballs at a soup kitchen, and before that, I was at home in New Zealand, working for Helen Clark; Mt Albert [in Auckland] is my home)
Wikipedia, viewed on November 1, 2017: Jacinda Ardern page (Jacinda Kate Laurell Ardern; born 26 July 1980 in Hamilton, New Zealand; a New Zealand politician who has been the 40th Prime Minister of New Zealand since 26 October 2017; Leader of the Labour Party; After graduating from the University of Waikato in 2001, Ardern began her career working as a researcher in the office of Prime Minister Helen Clark; she later worked in the United Kingdom as a policy advisor to Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Tony Blair; in 2008, she was elected President of the International Union of Socialist Youth; Ardern became a list MP in 2008)
Wikipedia, viewed on January 24, 2023: Jacinda Ardern page (On 19 January 2023, Ardern announced she would resign as Labour leader and prime minister, pending a leadership election. Following the unopposed selection of Chris Hipkins as her successor, she resigned the party leadership on 22 January and is due to depart as prime minister on 25 January)
Associated languageeng
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