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Ignacio Durán Loera, an acclaimed filmmaker, was the Mexican Embassy’s Cultural Attaché responsible f or promoting Mexican arts and culture in the UK.Minister Durán read law at the National Autonomous University in Mexico and worked for several years as a lawyer specialising in labour law.
She published her autobiography, The Centre of the Bed, in 2003.In 2008 she was made a Dame and was later appointed Britain’s ‘voice for the elderly’ by the Labour government.In November 2010 she was awarded a Life Peerage joining the Labour benches.He was Chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee (1997--03) and was a member of the Standards and Privileges Committee (2006-10).He was also a board member of the Prison Reform Trust ((2996-10).She published her first novel All the Nice Girls in 2009.
She was appointed a CBE in 1999 and was Chairman of the British Film Institute from 1999 to 2003.
Since then the University has honoured more than 300 men and women from many walks of life for their varied contributions to learning, creativity and the acquisition of knowledge, to human welfare and human rights, and to the building and maintaining of a fairer society.
Sir John Ashworth was a founding member of the Department of Biology (now Biological Sciences) at the University of Essex.
In 1981 he returned to higher education as Vice-Chancellor at the University of Salford and between 19 he was Director of the London School of Economics.
He has held a number of other notable posts including Chairman of the British Library Board (1996-2001); Deputy Chairman of The Institute of Cancer Research (2003-07); Chairman of the Barts and the London NHS Trust; a Governor of the Ditchley Foundation; and a non-executive Director of Colchester Hospital University Foundation NHS Trust.
A year later he became Deputy Director of the National Institute of Fine Arts and was later appointed Head of the Education and Cultural Production Unit at the Ministry for Education.