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Shirin Aumeeruddy-Cziffra is a politician and diplomat from Mauritius– Ambassador - Paris, Rome, Madrid and Lisbon between 1992 to 1995. Aumeeruddy-Cziffra is a Former Minister of Mauritius for Women's Rights and the Family. Member of Parliament in Rose-Hill, Attorney General for the Government of Mauritius between 1982 to 1983, Minister of Justice and also Ambassador to UNESCO. Former President – Conseil Permanent de la Francophonie (International Organization of the Francophonie (OIF)) for 44 French Speaking states. Board member – Agence pour la Francophonie. Former Chairperson (Chairman) for Mauritius Broadcasting Corporation (MBC). Board of Directors Member - Institute for Human Rights & Development (Gambia). She is also the first Muslim woman to be elected as MP and to serve a Ministerial position as well as holding the position of ombudsman for protection of children rights. Board Member - Femme Africa Solidarité and lastly she is the founder member - Women in Law and Development in Africa.

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