Julia Gillard

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Person.png Julia Gillard   WebsiteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
BornJulia Eileen Gillard
1961-09-29
Barry, Wales, UK
Alma materUniversity of Adelaide, University of Melbourne
Member ofWellcome Trust
PartyLabor Party

Employment.png Prime Minister of Australia

In office
28 October 2011 - 27 June 2013
Succeeded byKevin Rudd

Employment.png Chairperson-in-office of the Commonwealth of Nations

In office
15 November 2015 - 27 November 2015
Preceded byJoseph Muscat
Succeeded byJoseph Muscat

Employment.png Australia/Leader of the Labor Party

In office
24 June 2010 - 26 June 2013
Preceded byKevin Rudd
Succeeded byKevin Rudd

Employment.png Deputy Prime Minister of Australia

In office
3 December 2007 - 24 June 2010
BossKevin Rudd

Employment.png Australia/Deputy Leader of the Labor Party

In office
4 December 2006 - 24 June 2010

Employment.png Australia/Minister for Education

In office
3 December 2007 - 28 June 2010

Employment.png Australia/Minister for Social Inclusion

In office
3 December 2007 - 28 June 2010

Employment.png Deputy Leader of the Opposition

In office
4 December 2006 - 3 December 2007

Employment.png Manager of Opposition Business in the House

In office
8 December 2003 - 10 December 2006

Employment.png Member of the Australian Parliament for Lalor

In office
3 October 1998 - 5 August 2013

Employment.png Member of the Australian Parliament for Lalor

In office
25 November 2001 - 2 July 2003
18 February 2003 

Employment.png Shadow Minister for Population and Immigration

In office
25 November 2001 - 2 July 2003

Employment.png Shadow Minister for Health

In office
2 July 2003 - 10 December 2006

Employment.png Shadow Minister for Social Inclusion

In office
10 December 2006 - 3 December 2007

Employment.png Chair of the Commonwealth of Nations

In office
28 October 2011 - 27 June 2013

 

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