Que fue de leire pajin

Pajín condemns latest cases of gender violence

President of the NGO International Solidarity, member of the Association Friends of the Saharawi People in Alicante or Federal Secretary of Social Movements of the PSOE have served to show a profile that represents the three pillars of the Socialist Party: freedom, equality and solidarity.
Very committed to the concerns of society, Pajín has demonstrated on numerous occasions during her political career her solidarity with important issues such as youth employment – «people want real jobs that provide stability, the rest is just a vexatious treatment of youth», she has stated on more than one occasion- or with other social sectors such as foreigners (she was a fervent detractor of the Law on Foreigners promoted by the PP).
Her extroverted and ‘talkative’ character, those who know her best say that she talks through her elbows, are two of the traits that best define her and that have also helped her to achieve a position that, from the beginning of the Socialist Congress, already pointed out that she would represent the ‘force for change’.

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The Minister of Universities, Manuel Castells; the former minister Leire Pajín; the filmmaker Isabel Coixet; the journalist Manuel Jabois; the filmmaker José Luis López Linares or the actor Eduardo Noriega will be some of the personalities of the program of the Menéndez Pelayo International University (UIMP) in Santander next week, which will address topics such as mental health, nanotechnology, artificial intelligence and rock art.

El significado de pajín

Aunque no tenía experiencia profesional fuera de su partido político, Pajín fue elegida para ocupar la Secretaría de Estado de Cooperación Internacional y la Presidencia de la Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo (AECID) entre 2004 y 2008 en el primer gobierno de Zapatero. Como tal, participó en la elaboración y aprobación del Plan Director de la Cooperación Española (2005-2008) que triplicó la ayuda oficial al desarrollo española hasta alcanzar el 0,5% del PIB[2]. Desde 2007, fue miembro del Consejo Asesor de Alto Nivel sobre Empoderamiento Económico de la Mujer del Grupo del Banco Mundial, presidido por Danny Leipziger y Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul[3].
En julio de 2012, Pajín anunció que dejaría temporalmente la política y, en consecuencia, su escaño en la Cámara de Diputados. Entre 2012 y 2014, se desempeñó como Asesora Especial de la Organización Panamericana de la Salud (OPS) y fue asesora política del equipo de la Agenda Post-2015 del Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo (PNUD)[4].

Leire pajín

In April 2011, her curriculum vitae on the ministry’s website stated that she had served as a cloistered professor in a faculty that does not exist on the campus to which she alludes.[6] This was corrected the day after the news was published in the ABC newspaper.[7] She was a senator for the Community of Valencia (appointed by the Valencian Parliament) from November 25, 2009 (she took office on December 1, 2009, replacing Juan Andrés Perelló).
She was senator for the Valencian Community (appointed by the Valencian Parliament) since November 25, 2009 (she took office on December 1) replacing Juan Andrés Perelló, who resigned after being elected deputy in the European Parliament. This appointment was the subject of great controversy due to the blocking of the Valencian Popular Party for months, which led the PSOE to lose a vote in the Senate due to having one senator less.