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received a number of awards and honours, including the French Legion d'honneur in 2001.
was born in Paris to doctor and radiologist E.
and his wife Colette Marandet, on 22 Novembre 1941. The family, whose roots lay in the France's Northern lace industry and Scotland, lived in Paris where Edouard
and his 3 siblings were brought up. He studied for a year at the Sorbonne University in Paris, before enrolling in the Paris Institut de Sciences Politiques ('Sciences Po') where he studied Public Law, Economics and Political Science. He also studied International law and Political Economy at Panthéon-Assas University.
Following retiring from the UN in 2003, Edouard
led some assignments for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development (France), with a focus on 'Technical Assistance'.
also maintained close partnership between UN Agencies & International Financial Institutions (WB, IMF, ADB), organised direct participation in World Bank Consultative groups for Vietnam, and launched a “result-based” new UNDP Cooperation Programme with Vietnam (2001–2005)
Just prior to retiring from the UN in 2003, Edouard
led a UN Inter-Agency Team for Peace-Building in Sri Lanka for the UN Secretary General on the technical assistance needs in connection with the ongoing peace process
Robert Senechal arrived in 1983 and stabilised the club in Division Four. They missed out on promotion by a narrow margin in 1984 – but were promoted in 1991. However, it was short-lived and they were relegated once again from whence they came. In June 1994, it was announced that Boulogne were in serious debt – owing ₣3 million. However, mayor and billionaire John Muselet intervened to save the club and appointed Jacques
as chairman. Under the leadership of
, the club adopted a new name – Union Sportive Boulogne Côte d'Opale – in July 1994. The debts of the club were wiped and Boulogne – although still struggling in Division Four – reached the last sixteen of the Coupe de France again in 1997. They earned a home tie against Ligue 1 side Olympique de Marseille. Although, Boulogne battled their way through the match, they narrowly lost 1–0.
Edouard Adrien André
(, born 22 November 1941) is a French United Nations diplomat who worked for the United Nations for more than 32 years in the Asia-Pacific, Africa and Middle East Regions in the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) agency, leading assignments mainly in crisis, peace building, post-war and transition countries such as Senegal, the Fiji Islands, Rwanda, Jerusalem, Cambodia, Vietnam and Sri Lanka.
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