Dr. Janos Perenyi was born on 14 of September 1949 in Budapest.
1969-1972 Uppsala University
Faculty of Philosophy, History, English, French
Bachelor of Art
1973 -1978 Uppsala University Postgraduate Studies Doctor of Philosophy 1979
1979 -1982 Research Fund of the Swedish National Bank
1982 - 1985 Stockholm University, Faculty of the History of Ideas
University lecturer, Docent, ·1983
Associate professor, 1984
1985 - 1990 Veropa l<G, Vienna ..Austria
1990 Ministry of Poreign Affairs of Hungary
Head of Department
1990 - 1992 Embassy of Hungary in Vienna ..Austria
1992 - 1 996 Permanent Representation of Hungary to the Council of Europe
1996 Ccnftdence Building Measures Programme of the Council of Europe
1997 - 1998 Joint Programme of the Council of Europe and the European Commission for the development and capacity building of local self .. government in Bosnia .. Herzegovina and Ukraine.
199!3 - 2002 Permanent Representation of Hungary to the Council of Europe
19913 -1999 Chairman of the l\Jlinisters Deputies during the Hungarian Chairmanship of the
Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe
1999 • 2002 Chairman of the Rapporteur Group on Education, Culture, Youth and Sport of the Committee of Ministers
1993 - 2002 Member of the Governing Board of the Council of Europe Development Bank
2002 - 2003 Special Advisor to the Secretary General of the Council of Europe in the cultural field
2003 - 2004 Senior Advisor in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Hungary
Department for the CJS Countries
2004 - 2005 Senior Advisor in the Minist1y of Foreign Affairs of Hungary, Department for the Western Balkans
2005 Crans Montana Forum, Monaco
Director General for lnternatlonal Relations.
2008 - 2009 National Coordinator for the Alliance of Civilisations in the Mlnlst1y of Foreign
Affairs of Hungary, Department for International Organisations.
2009 - 2011 Councillor at the Hungarian Embassy in Paris
2011-2014 Ambassador to the Kingdom of Morroco
2003 President of the Association of Castles of North-Eastern l-lungaiy
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