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Future democrats
Meet Salma Saad from Egypt and other members of the cross-political youth network with young politicians from Egypt and Denmark, and hear how the network provides hope for the blossoming democratic forces in Egypt.

At etablere ungdomspartier i Malawi (only in Danish)
En hilsen fra den tværpolitiske delegation fra Venstre og SF, der i november 2016 besøgte Malawi, hvor de to partier samarbejder med ‘Centre for Multiparty Democracy Malawi’. Projektet søger at bidrage til udviklingen af en politisk kultur baseret på demokratisk dialog og samarbejde i og på tværs af politiske partier med særligt fokus på at styrke unges engagement og inddragelse i de politiske partier i Malawi.

Mød delegationens ungdomsrepræsentanter fra Venstres Ungdom og SF Ungdom og hør om processen mod at etablere ungdomspartier i Malawi!

Myanmar Multiparty Democracy Programme: Youth in Political Parties
Meet Ran Lunn Aung from DIPD’s Myanmar Multiparty Democracy Programme and learn about the programme’s youth project, aiming at strengthening the capacity of youth in political parties, ensuring multiparty dialogue, providing leadership training and political exchange visits.

DIPD Ideas that can Inspire
“Ideas that can inspire” is the title of DIPD’s comprehensive strategy for 2014-2017, and this video introduces you to DIPD as an organization, the institute’s approach and core work.
DIPD supports two types of partnerships: party-to-party partnerships between a Danish political party and partners in developing countries and multiparty partnerships based on cross-political platforms, networks or dialogues.

Inspiration from the Municipal Elections Study Tour 2013
Join the DIPD Municipal Elections Study Tour and learn about the Danish way of organizing local elections. In November 2013, 50 delegates from DIPD’s partner organizations were invited to Denmark to study the Danish municipal elections and get an insight to Danish local level democracy and political culture.

Inspiration from Bhutan: “Yes, Madam Prime Minister”
‘Yes, Madam Prime Minister’ is a key feature in the DIPD supported initiative by KCD Productions in Bhutan to produce a series of media activities to inspire and support the political aspirations of women in Bhutan, as well as educate both men and women and counter traditional perceptions of gender roles.

Further inspiration from Bhutan: Empowering Her- Preparing our women for Leadership
Come along for the Bhutan Network for Empowering Women’s (BNEW) Capacity Building and Leadership Skills Development Workshop! The workshop aimed at strengthening the capacity of women in politics ahead of the 2016 Local Government Election in Bhutan.