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date: 29 November 2022

Alexandraki, Litsalocked

(1918–1986)

Alexandraki, Litsalocked

(1918–1986)
  • Rosalie BlairRosalie BlairAdjunct Profession, College of Social Work, University of South Carolina; Medical Social Worker/Case Manager, Palmetto Health Baptist

Summary

Litsa Alexandraki (1918–1986) was best known for her work in Greece on matters of child welfare, and the protection of refugees and migrants. She was also elected for three terms as President of the International Federation of Social Workers, a position she held from 1962–1968.

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