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MA Michael VON DER SCHULENBURG fmr. Executive Representative and Head of Mission, UNIPSIL - United Nations Integrated Peacebuilding Office in Sierra Leone, Freetown

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1969-1975 FU - Freie Universität Berlin 1971-1972 LSE - London School of Economics, London, UK 1977-1978 ENA - Ecole Nationale de Administration, Paris, France 1975-1976 DIE - German Institute for Development 1978-1980 Junior Professional Officer, United Nations Development Programme, New York, USA 1980-1982 Programme Officer, United Nations Development Programme, Port-au-Price, Haiti 1983-1987 Assistant Resident Representative, United Nations Development Programme, Islamabad, Pakistan 1987-1989 Deputy Resident Representative, United Nations Development Programme, Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran 1988 Special Mission through Afghanistan "SALAM 3" , United Nations 1989-1991 Chief of Mission, Operation Salaam, Kabul, Afghanistan 1991-1992 Special assignments for the Special Humanitarian Representative of the UN Secretary General for the Kuwait - Iraq conflict 1992-1999 United Nations Resident Coordinator, United Nations Development Programme, Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran 1995-1998 Special missions in support of 6+2 Talks 1998 Special mission to Talibn-held Kandahar 1999-2000 Director for Operations and Analysis, UNODC - United Nations Drug Control Programme, Vienna, Austria 2001-2002 Special mission in support of the Special Representative of the Secretary General for Afghanistan 2001-2005 Director for Management and Finance, OSCE 2003-2005 Support to Martti Ahtisari’s ICT Initiative 2005 Special Mission to Somalia 2005-2007 Principle Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary General (DSRSG) for Political Affairs to Iraq 2008 Special mission to Afghanistan, ASG 2008 Assistant Secretary General, Department for Political Affairs, New York, USA 2008-2012 Executive Representative of the Secretary-General for Sierra Leone, Freetown, Sierra Leone since 2012 Retired from the UN, various teaching engagements, published five papers on peacebuilding

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