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To friends and partners of DIPD


DEPPYN: Maiken Kristensen (LAU), Mahmoud Said (Egypt Freedom) & Ahmed El-Sayed (Egypt Freedom)

Dear friends and partners of DIPD.

Among many inspiring events during 2016, we would like to mention a few highlight: Danish youth politicians visited Myanmar; two regional Women in Politics seminars in Myanmar and Nepal; politicians from Danish municipalities conducted trainings in Kathmandu; party representatives from Palestine, Swaziland, Bhutan, Tanzania and Bolivia visited Denmark.

However, it has been a year of much suffering around the world. The Nordic and Global Political Party Peer Meeting took place at Utøya, where 69 young people meeting in the Social Democratic youth wing were killed in 2011. Welcoming us, the former Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Jonas Gahr Støre, stressed the importance of protecting the democratic space and values that underpin our work.

Let that be a reminder to all of us that we are part of a global community committed to finding peaceful and democratic solutions to the challenges facing societies and humanity.

On behalf of the DIPD Team, I wish you an enjoyable and peaceful holiday period!


Annual Report 2015 – Postcards from the Field

Postcards are not long and detailed, but they highlight the excitement you feel when experiencing something unusual and memorable. This year we asked all our partners to tell one brief story for the Annual Report, to get a sense of what they think has made a difference.

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Conference: Celebrating 100 years of women in politics

To celebrate the 100 year anniversary of women’s suffrage in Denmark, DIPD and KVINFO are hosting an international conference on Women in Politics.

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ZIMBABWE: Screening of “Democrats” in Harare

In November 2014, the documentary film “Democrats” about the constitution making process in Zimbabwe had its global premiere in Copenhagen. On Friday evening last week, the film was screened in Harare for the first time for a crowd of more than 300 people.

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ZIMBABWE: Is dialogue possible?

Judging from what the media tell us about the present political developments in Zimbabwe, there seems to be little room for dialogue among the four political parties in the country. And yes, it is not easy – but yes, it is actually possible.

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