This is the title of a collection of articles by Bjørn Førde, published by DIPD on his departure as Director. The book was launched by the Chairman of DIPD, Henrik Bach Mortensen, when friends and colleagues gathered in Parliament for a reception on 15 December, to celebrate his four decades of work in the development […]
DIPD and Tanzania Centre for Democracy launch Reader on Coalition Building in Kiswahili The Reader “Coalition building – finding solutions together” draws upon the Danish tradition of broad political settlements and coalition building, which many parties around the world have expressed interest in learning more about. With the rising political tensions in Tanzania and the […]
On 25 May, the Board of DIPD met to discuss and approve the 2015 Results Framework. With its approval, the Board recognizes the progress reflected in the framework for the total of 24 party-to-party and multiparty partnerships in DIPD. In May 2014, the Board of DIPD approved a new strategy for the 2014-2017 period called […]
A new strategy for the next three year funding period; Danish politicians participating in missions to Bhutan and Myanmar; delegations from many countries visiting Denmark and the People’s Meeting; these are some of the highlights presented in the 2014 Annual Report.
The DIPD Annual Report 2013 is not just another annual report, but an effort to bring together the many lessons learnt during the first three years of work by the Danish political parties and the institute. What ideas did we start out with? What changes did we make? In the foreword called “Doing it the […]
The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs has carried out a so called “forward-looking review” of DIPD. The final report as well as the formal “management response” from the Board of DIPD is now available.
DIPD is happy to present its Annual Report 2012, with frontline stories from the different political battlefields we have decided to engage in.
While very different in ideological outlook and organizational structure, all eight parties in the Danish Parliament have a youth wing and today it would be inconceivable for a political party in Denmark not to have a youth wing. This inspirational guide, covering 30 topics to debate and consider when building up political youth wings, is a […]
Prepared by the Centre for Multiparty Democracy (CMD) in Kenya as part of the collaboration with the Danish Liberal Democracy Programme (DLDP).
The Christiansborg Seminar was driven by a search for ideas and experiences from different corners of the global village, to inspire all of us in our different localities, and focusing on political parties. The intention was not to search for the ‘one-size-fits-all’ magic bullet, which does not exist.