The Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS) and Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy(DIPD) still have the pleasure of inviting you to a seminar, but the circumstances have changed. Nepal’s new constitution could not be finalized as expected. The seminar will now focus on why it was not possible to obtain consensus between the political peers in Nepal and what the challenges are for the future of democracy in Nepal.
Posts tagged ‘Institut for Flerpartisamarbejde’
Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy (DIPD) and Egyptian Dialogue Institute (DEDI) have the please of inviting to a seminar on new perspectives on politics in the Arab politics. During the autumn and winter of 2011/2012 the Danish-Egyptian Dialogue Institute (DEDI) and the al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies in Cairo conducted research on the parliamentary elections in eight constituencies in Egypt – from Alexandria in the north to Aswan in the south.
The research focused on the influence of local political traditions on the elections and was carried out by a team of seven Egyptian researchers. Four of these will present their findings at this occasion.
The meeting highlighted the core areas of work among the Swedish Political Party Organisations, which for several years have focused on political party strengthening in Eastern and Southern Europe and Balkan especially in processes related to EU Integration. In recent years a strong engagement in many countries in Africa, Latin America and Asia has also developed encompassing regional programmes, political party training centres and women in politics just to mention a few. Read more
As part of a consortium led by the Danish Egyptian Dialogue Institute (DEDI) and supported by DIPD, the Al-Ahram Centre for Political and Strategic Studies (ACPSS) has carried out a voter survey in Egypt. It places Amr Moussa as the presidential lead while showing strong support for the Freedom and Justice Party in parliamentary elections. Read more