Focusing on the Green Transition for Sustainable Lifestyles, the 3GF-Africa Regional Conference co-hosted by Kenya, Denmark and UNEP will take place in Nairobi 13-14 May 2015
Statement by Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden.
Statements from the Nordic Ministers for Foreign Affairs' meeting in Elsinore May 5, 2015
Facing the challenges of population growth, urbanisation and climate change, the world’s cities have no choice but to adapt.
Denmark has approved 20 million DKK funding to strengthen free and independent media in developing countries and weak states.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Martin Lidegaard will participate along with Prime Minister of the Government of the Faroe Islands, Kaj Leo Holm Johannesen, and the Greenlandic Minister for Industry, Labour, Trade and Foreign Affairs, Vittus Qujaukitsoq, in the ministerial meeting of the Arctic Council on April 24 2015 in Canada.
More than 100 international and Danish media professionals and experts will gather in Copenhagen April 29-30 for a conference on media freedom and the importance of a free press in the development of society.
Tax systems in developing countries must be strengthened in order for them to be able to finance roads, hospitals and schools and eventually become independent of development assistance. That is the view of Danish Minister for Trade and Development Cooperation, Mogens Jensen, who will share Danish experiences in supporting stronger tax systems during the World Bank Spring Meetings in Washington this weekend.
On April 13th 2015 the Ministers for Foreign Affairs of Poland and Denmark, Grzegorz Schetyna and Martin Lidegaard, agreed on a Joint Communiqué on Cooperation.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs invites for a full day event on evaluation of development cooperation in Eigtveds Pakhus on 11 May
At the international donor conference for Syria held today in Kuwait, the Danish Minister for Trade and Development, Mr. Mogens Jensen, will publish Denmark’s new commitment of 250 million DKK in 2015 for the victims of the crisis of Syria. Denmark's commitment is 50 million DKK higher than last year.
Minister for Foreign Affairs Martin Lidegaard participated in the celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Danish-German “constitution” for the protection of minority rights on both sides of the Danish-German border, namely the Bonn and Copenhagen declarations.
Joint statement from the visit in Greenland March 23-24, 2015.
On March 28th, Their Royal Highnesses the Crown Prince Couple of Denmark will meet for lunch with Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress of Japan at the Imperial Palace.
In 3 newly released videos leading 3GF partners are making the compelling case for why “green” and “growth” have to go together and how collaborative partnerships between public and private actors are paving the way for solutions to some of the world’s biggest problems.
A new report funded by Denmark on Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism in East Africa and Yemen was launched today by the Danish Ambassador to Uganda, Dan E. Frederiksen, at the Global Counterterrorism Forum meeting in Kampala on Friday 20 March.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and DIIS, Danish Institute for International Studies invite to a public meeting “Somalia – the road to peace and stability” on Friday 27th March at 12:15 hrs.
Today, the Danish government, Denmark’s Liberal Party (Venstre), The Conservative People’s Party (Konservative Folkeparti), and the Socialist People’s Party (Socialistisk Folkeparti) reached a political agreement to hold a referendum to change the opt-out on justice and home affairs within the European Union to an opt-in.
Today, the Danish government reached a political agreement with the Liberal Party (Venstre), the Conservative Party (Det Konservative Folkeparti) and the Socialist People’s Party (Socialistisk Folkeparti) on the list of legislative files that Denmark will opt-into if the upcoming referendum turns out positive.
We are pleased to inform you that 12 million DKK has been allocated for non-military conflict resolution, dialogue and mediation in the recently adopted Danish finance act for 2015.