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  • Title: Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy
    Descriptive info: .. Skip to content.. What we do.. Mandate and Strategy.. How we support.. Application Guidelines.. International Networks.. International Institutes.. Party Internationals.. Political Party Foundations.. Our Partnerships.. Bhutan.. Bhutan Centre for Media and Democracy.. Bhutan Network for Empowering Women (B-NEW).. Centre for Research Initiatives.. Documentary Yes Madam Prime Minister.. Bolivia.. The Socialist People s Party of Denmark and Movimento al Socialismo.. Egypt.. The Danish and Egyptian Social Democratic Parties.. Towards a Dynamic and Participatory Political Party Environment.. Egypt Delegation to Danish 2011 Parliamentary Elections.. Ghana.. The Danish Social Democrats and Ghana s National Democratic Congress.. Honduras.. The Danish Red-Green Alliance and Frente Nacional de Resistencia Popular.. Kenya.. The Liberal Party of Denmark and Centre for Multiparty Democracy-Kenya.. Myanmar.. Myanmar Political Parties Knowledge Facility.. Nepal.. Swaziland.. The Danish Social Democrats and Swaziland’s Swazi Democratic Party.. Tanzania.. The Danish Social-Liberal Party and Tanzania’s Civic United Front.. Tanzania Centre for Democracy.. Zimbabwe.. Zimbabwe Institute.. Events.. Upcoming events.. Previous events.. Christiansborg Seminar 2012.. About us.. Contact.. Board.. Danish Political Parties.. The Liberal Party of Denmark.. The Danish Social Democrats.. The Danish People s Party.. The Danish Social-Liberal Party.. The Socialist People s Party of Denmark.. The Danish Red-Green Alliance.. Liberal Alliance.. The Conservative People s Party of Denmark.. Staff.. Jobs.. DIPD in the Press.. DIPD moves on!.. Effective from December 1st, DIPD will move into new offices with CARE Denmark at Jemtelandsgade 1.. The Director explains why this is happening.. Read more.. Egypt: Political parties form alliance against constitutional declaration.. Statement sent out from Egyptian Social Democratic Party.. Maoist training in Pokhara.. Wednesday  ...   in the elections of 2008.. Now the country is gearing up for a new round of political competition in the first part of 2013.. BNEW Meeting In Bumthang.. The National Steering Group (NSG) of the Bhutan Network for Empowering Women (BNEW) elected at the Paro Conference in March 2012 met for the first time in Bumthang east of the capital Thimphu.. Ideas that will inspire.. The Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy supports the strengthening of democratization and a democratic culture through partnerships with political parties, multiparty platforms and institutions in a limited number of countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East.. Please click on highlighted countries to read about the thematic focus of the partnerships, as well as the Danish political parties involved in the partnerships.. Find us on.. Address.. Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy.. Jemtelandsgade 1.. 2300 Copenhagen S.. Phone: + 45 38 40 28 00.. Email:.. dipd [at] dipd [dot] dk.. Our vision.. The vision of the Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy is to contribute to the development of effective political parties and well functioning multiparty systems as key elements in a democratic culture, in support of the aspirations for freedom and human development of citizens in developing countries.. The Institute delivers on this vision through party-to-party and multiparty support in a limited number of countries around the world.. News.. Recent news.. Archive.. Publications resources.. Annual Report 2010-2011.. DIPD Publications.. Materials On Danish Democracy.. Toolkits manuals.. Other publications.. Evaluations.. Search.. Copyright 2012 Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy.. All rights reserved..

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  • Title: What we do | Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy
    Descriptive info: The Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy (DIPD) provides democracy assistance through partnership-based projects in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East.. We work to develop and further democratic institutions in political systems and civil society focusing on media, young people, elections, gender and human rights.. We bring together individuals, groups and political parties to share ideas, knowledge and experiences and support projects that strengthen a democratic culture.. We  ...   and strategy.. Read about our overall purpose to strengthen and complement the Danish democracy assistance, particularly through support of political parties and multiparty systems in developing countries.. How, who and what projects we fund.. Application guidelines.. Danish political parties in parliament and Danish organisations, which meet the requirements specified, can apply for DIPD funding.. You can find the guidelines and application forms here if you wish to apply for funds..

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  • Title: Mandate and Strategy | Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy
    Descriptive info: The Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy was established by the Danish Parliament in May 2010.. Its overall purpose is to strengthen and complement the Danish democracy assistance, particularly through support of political parties and multi-party systems in developing countries by seeking to:.. Support party-to-party cooperation and the development of democratic parties in developing countries.. Support independent media, think-tanks and non-governmental organizations in the developing countries, which seek to promote the development of a democratic political culture and multiparty systems.. Cooperate with local partners in developing  ...   international partners.. See:.. Act 530.. on the establishment of the Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy adopted May 2010.. Visit the Danish Parliament, Folketinget , at.. www.. ft.. dk.. Strategy 2011-2013.. The strategy for 2011-2013 Political Parties in a Democratic Culture was approved by the.. and presented at the.. official launch.. of the Institute in May 2011.. It elaborates the mandate and fleshes out the vision, principles, experiences, objectives and targets for the institute in its initial years.. Download our Strategy 2011-2013 (PDF).. English version.. Danish version..

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  • Title: Application Guidelines | Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy
    Descriptive info: Danish Political Parties in Parliament and Danish organisations, which meet the requirements specified, can apply for DIPD funds.. DIPD may also initiate activities.. If you wish to apply for funds, guidelines and application forms are found here.. Next meeting in the DIPD Board: 7 December 2012.. Photo by UN Photo/Mohamed Siddig.. DIPD’s activity funds are divided into two equal pools:.. The political party cooperation:.. One of the pools is reserved for the political parties in the.. Folketing.. (Danish Parliament) and is to be used for partnerships with ‘sister parties’ (political parties or party-like organisations when it proves to be difficult to identify true sister parties).. From this pool, parties are given a fixed basic amount plus an amount calculated according to the number of seats in parliament the party has.. The money is released once the Board has approved a concrete project proposal.. The Cross-Political Pool:.. The cross-political pool is reserved for cross-political activities which can contribute to the development of pluralistic party systems and can target a group of political  ...   organisations can submit applications for support.. The organisation must be based in Denmark and must be a ‘non-profit’ organisation working within one of the institute’s focus areas, such as the media, young people in politics, women in politics or other fields that support the development of multiparty systems in politically democratic cultures in developing countries.. The organisation must have by-laws and be subject to audit.. Private persons cannot apply for funds.. Please read the guidelines before submitting an application.. Scheduled.. Meetings in the DIPD Board 2012/2013.. 2 March 2012.. 25 May 2012.. 23 August 2012.. 26 October 2012.. 7 December 2012.. 1 March 2013.. 31 May 2013.. Guidelines and Application Forms.. Guidelines for applying for project support (.. Danish.. ) (.. English.. ).. Application Form for Party-to-Party partnerships (.. Guidelines for applying for support for preparatory activities (political parties only) (.. Application Form for preparatory activities (political parties only) (.. Guidelines for application/Directrices para solicitud DIPD.. (Spanish).. Questions?.. Please contact the secretariat at DIPD at.. / +45 32 69 89 89..

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  • Title: International Networks | Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy
    Descriptive info: DIPD is part of and seeks to cooperate with the global community of institutes working with political party support and other areas of democracy assistance.. Visit the international institutes, party internationals and political party foundations listed below to find out more about field of international support to democracies around the world.. Photo: Flickr/ Tup Wanders.. Learn more about the international institutes working with political party support and other forms of democracy assistance.. Institutes include Demo Finland, International IDEA, the Internatioanl Republican Institute, the National Democratic Institute, National Endowment for Democracy, Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy, and Westminster Foundation for Democracy.. The Party internationals are networks of like-minded political parties from around the  ...   their respective ideologies around the globe.. The four main party internationals are: the Centrist Democrat International (previously known as the Christians Democrat International), the International Democrat Union, Liberal International and Socialist International.. Political party foundations are institutions affiliated with political parties, though often independent, that carry out democracy assistance in new democracies, often through party-to-party collaborations with likeminded political parties.. Foundations in Germany include Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Friedrich Naumann Foundation, Hanns Seidel Foundation, Heinrich Böll Foundation, Konrad Adenauer Foundation, and Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, and in Sweden Centerparty s International Foundation, Green Forum Foundation, Jarl Hjalmarson Foundation, Christian Democratic International Centre, Left International Forum, The Olof Palme International Center, and Swedish International Liberal Centre..

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  • Title: International Institutes | Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy
    Descriptive info: DIPD is part of a community of international institutes working with political party support and other areas of democracy assistance.. Visit the institutes below and learn more about the field of democracy assistance and the numerous initiatives around the world.. DEMO Finland.. Political Parties of Finland for Democracy, Demo Finland, functions as a co-operative organisation for Finnish parliamentary parties.. It seeks to enhance democracy by carrying out and facilitating collaborative projects between Finnish political parties and political movements in developing countries thereby promoting dialogue and mutual learning.. demofinland.. org.. International IDEA.. International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance – more commonly known as International IDEA – is an intergovernmental organisation based in Stockholm, Sweden, that seeks to support sustainable democratic change by providing comparative knowledge, assisting in democratic reform, and influencing policies and politics.. International IDEA works in areas such as political party support, elections, constitution building and gender in democracy.. idea.. int.. International Republican Institute.. A non-profit, nonpartisan organisation based in the US.. IRI  ...   and promoting citizen participation.. ndi.. National Endowment for Democracy.. A private, non-profit foundation based in Washington, dedicated to the growth and strengthening of democratic institutions around the world.. Each year, with funding from the US Congress, NED supports more than 1000 projects of non-governmental groups abroad who are working for democratic goals in more than 90 countries.. ned.. Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy.. The Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy (NIMD) is a democracy assistance organisation of political parties in the Netherlands for political parties in developing countries.. NIMD supports the institutional development of political parties; the improvement of democratic systems, and efforts to improve relations between political parties, civil society and the media.. nimd.. Westminster Foundation for Democracy.. The UK-based WFD is an independent public body sponsored by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.. WFD works to achieve sustainable political change in emerging democracies.. Working with partner organisations, it seeks to strengthen the institutions of democracy such as political parties, parliaments and civil society organisations.. wfd..

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  • Title: Party Internationals | Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy
    Descriptive info: The four main party internationals are:.. Centrist Democrat International.. The Centrist Democrat International (CDI), previously known as the Christian Democrat International and the Christian Democrat and People s Parties International, is a group of primarily centrist political parties dedicated to the promotion of Christian democracy.. CDI has members from around the globe, though primarily Europe and Latin America.. Youth of the Centrist Democrat International is the affiliated youth organisation of CDI.. idc-cdi.. com/.. International Democrat Union.. The International Democrat Union (IDU) is a working association of over 80 Conservative, Christian Democrat and like-minded political parties of the centre and centre right.. Formed in 1983, the IDU provides a forum in which Parties holding similar beliefs can come together and exchange views on matters of policy and organisational interest as well as promote democracy and centre-right policies around the globe.. Organisations affiliated with IDU are International Young Democrat Union (IYDU) and International Women’s Democrat Union (IWDU) as well as a wide range of regional unions as the Union of Latin America  ...   has since become a network for promoting liberalism, individual freedom, human rights, the rule of law, tolerance, equality of opportunity, social justice, free trade and a market economy.. LI include more than 50 political party members, including the the Danish Social-Liberal Party (Radikale Venstre) and the Liberal Party of Denmark (Venstre).. Affiliated with LI are the International Federation of Liberal Youth (IFLY), International Network of Liberal Women (INLW), and the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE).. liberal-international.. Socialist International.. The Socialist International (SI) is an organisation of social democratic, socialist and labour parties.. According to the Declaration of Principles, member parties are united by their common pursuit of freedom, social justice and solidarity.. SI, whose origins go back to the early international organisations of the labour movement, has existed in its present form since 1951.. It currently brings together 161 political parties and organisations from all continents, including the Danish Social Democrats.. Fraternal organisations include the International Union of Socialist Youth (IUSY) and Socialist International Women (SIW).. socialistinternational..

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  • Title: Political Party Foundations | Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy
    Descriptive info: Visit the political party foundations in Germany and Sweden listed below and learn more about their support to democracies around the world.. Germany.. Friedrich Ebert Foundation.. Affiliated with the Social Democratic Party.. Friedrich Naumann Foundation.. Affiliated with the German liberal party, the Free Democratic Party.. Hanns Seidel Foundation.. Affiliated with the Christian Social Union (CSU).. Heinrich Böll Foundation.. Affiliated with the green party, Bündnis 90, Die Grünen.. Konrad Adenauer Foundation.. Affiliated with the centre right party,  ...   Centerparty s International Foundation.. Affiliated with the Swedish center party, Centerpartiet.. Green Forum Foundation.. Affiliated with the Swedish green party, Miljöpartiet.. Jarl Hjalmarson Foundation.. Affiliated with the Swedish centre-right party Moderaterna.. Christian Democratic International Centre.. Affiliated with the Swedish Christian Democratic party, Kristendemokraterne.. Left International Forum.. Affiliated with the Swedish left party, Vänsterpartiet.. The Olof Palme International Center.. Affiliated with the Swedish social democratic party, Socialdemokraterna.. Swedish International Liberal Centre.. Affiliated with the Swedish liberal party, Folkpartiet..

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  • Title: Our Partnerships | Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy
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  • Title: Bhutan | Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy
    Descriptive info: With its first democratic parliamentary election in 2008, the small kingdom in the Himalayas took an important step towards democracy.. To support Bhutan in the transition towards democracy, DIPD supports a range of partners and initiatives, especially focused on the political inclusion of women, research on democracy, and the link between media and democracy.. Background.. Bhutan may be a small country in area and population, but it has nevertheless managed to make a mark for itself in the global discourse on democratic governance as well as in the debate on how we should measure the progress of a society in a meaningful way.. Hon.. Sangay Zam meets with former Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Lene Espersen.. Photo: KCD Productions.. Today you often find references to the concept of Gross National Happiness as it has been promoted and pursued by Bhutan for several decades.. And the peaceful and planned transition to constitutional democracy initiated by the King in 2008 – after 100 years of monarchy – is in sharp contrast to the many violent and chaotic transitions seen elsewhere, and a testimony to the importance of strong leadership rooted in clear values.. Three years after its first democratic election, challenges to democracy continue to face Bhutan such as establishing new parties, establishing media as “watchdogs” vis-a-via the political system and, not the least, representation of women in politics of which less than 14% are represented in Parliament.. DIPD in Bhutan.. The political participation and representation of women is a key focal point for DIPD supported initiatives in  ...   Board of DIPD has approved a series of media activities to be produced by KCD Productions.. The initiative will include a Radio Drama Series, TV Spots, an on Forum and, not least, the documentary ‘Yes, Madam Minister (“La, Aum Lyonchen”).. The documentary seeks, through a focus on the political participation of women in party politics in Denmark, to inspire the women of Bhutan.. BCMD seeks to promote and foster a culture of democracy via three core programme areas: Strengthening media and democracy literacy, expanding public discussion, and resource/knowledge production.. The DIPD supported activities include sensitisation of information focal persons on the role of media and citizenship in democracy and training in information sharing, forums to bring together elected political leaders, civil society and press to discuss different areas of democracy, and the production of different knowledge products on media and democracy.. To help foster accountability of the political parties for the policies and bills introduced by them, DIPD has approved a research project by the Center for Research Initiatives in Thimphu.. The Center will undertake analyses of some of the major bills passed by the first democratic government in Bhutan as well as people’s awareness on and satisfaction with democracy.. The findings will be published in a book intended as an input to strengthening dialogue on democracy in Bhutan.. More information.. Contact Director Bjørn Førde at.. bjf [at] dipd [dot] dk.. News and updates about Bhutan.. New parties emerging in Bhutan.. Royal Launch of ’Yes Madam Prime Minister’.. Media Launch of ’Yes Madam Prime Minister’.. See more..

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  • Title: Bhutan Centre for Media and Democracy | Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy
    Descriptive info: Democracy was introduced in Bhutan in 2008, and a democratic culture has thus yet to find firm footing in the small kingdom in the Himalayas.. To support the democratic transition in Bhutan, DIPD supports a project by the Bhutan Centre for Media and Democracy focused on strengthening media and democracy literacy, expanding public discussion, and resource/knowledge production.. Photo: Flickr/ rajkumar1220.. About the Project.. The project entitled Strengthening Media and Democracy in Bhutan seeks to foster a democratic culture in Bhutan through:.. Strengthening media and democracy literacy through sensitisation of information focal persons as the Geog Administration officers on the role of media  ...   civil society and press to discuss different areas of democracy.. Production of different knowledge products on media and democracy.. The project was approved by the DIPD Board in May 2012 and is set to run 2012-2013.. Established in 2008, Bhutan Centre for Media and Democracy (BCMD) a non-partisan civil society organisation based in Thimphu, Bhutan - works to promote a culture of democracy in partnership with constitutional agencies, the Parliament of Bhutan, government and private sector, other CSOs and media, among others.. BCMD conducts training, workshops, forums, seminars and conference, produce publications and pilots numerous initiatives to deepen democracy in Bhutan.. More Information..

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