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Stability and Protection

Fragile states are characterised by weak state structures, weak internal cohesion and abject inequality. Fragility and conflicts hinder development and poverty reduction. They create or worsen humanitarian crises and are breeding grounds for instability and migration.

 

Denmark's Integrated Stabilisation Engagement in Fragile and Conflict-affected Areas of the World

(English version)

Published in: 2013

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(Danish version)

Published in: 2013

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Peace and stability - Denmarks Policy for Intervention in Fragile States 

(English version)
Published in: 2010
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(Danish version)
Published in: 2010
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Strategy for Danish Humanitarian Action 2010-2015

(English version)
Date published: September 2009
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(Danish version)
Date published: September 2009
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Strategic Framework for the Danish Regions of Origin Initiative

(English version)
Date Published: July 2008
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Strategic framework for the Neighbourhood Programme

(English version)
Date Published: January 2013 
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The Neighbourhood Programme is Denmark's bilateral development programme for EU’s neighbouring countries to the east and southeast. The overall objective of the Neighbourhood Programme is to promote human rights, democracy and economic development.

(Danish version)
Date Published: January 2013
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Naboskabsprogrammet er Danmarks bilaterale bistandsprogram til EUs nabolande mod øst og sydøst med fokus på menneskerettigheder og demokrati samt økonomisk udvikling.

Danida

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Danida

2 Asiatisk Plads

DK-1448 Copenhagen K

Denmark

Tel. +45 33 92 00 00

amg@um.dk

For further information and enquiries please contact Department for Development Policy and Financing upf@um.dk