The Women Deliver’s 4th Global Conference is taking place in Copenhagen, Denmark from the 16-19 May 2016. The conference this year will focus particularly on health, covering areas such as maternal, sexual, and reproductive health and rights – and focus on gender equality, education, environment, and economic empowerment and how Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) can be implemented.
The seminar is designed and organised by Innovation Centre Denmark to give your insights and takeaways on three mega markets for new consumer segments - the next 4 billion - Brazil, China and India. The international speakers are Carolina Nacle from Data Popular (Brazil), Mark Tanner from China Skinny (China) and Dheeraj Sinha Leo Burnett Group (India).
On 10 May, a large majority of Danish Parliament supported the government’s proposal to strengthen Denmark’s military contribution to NATO’s Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan.
Due to a malfunction in the Electronic visa system the Danish representations abroad are currently unable to process visa applications.
Yesterday in Beirut, only two days after he took office as the Special Representative for Counterterrorism at Denmark’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Jens Madsen conducted talks with Lebanese senior officials
Denmark announces $4.4 million contribution to boost humanitarian mine action response in Iraq and Syria