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António Vitorino Jan 10
I am grateful to for its generous multi-year contribution to IOM enabling us to strengthen our internal systems and capacities and to better support our Member States in facilitating safe, regular and orderly migration.
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Mette Thygesen Jan 2
Today, I join colleagues in Copenhagen as new head of department for humanitarian action, migration and civil society. Really proud to become part of the team 🇩🇰
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Nordic Consulting Group Denmark Jan 8
Newly won review for MFA:
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Mankind Clothing Feb 4
We believe that we can do more to make the world nicer. That´s why everything you buy from us, 20% goes to help at in and , giving them a safe home, and life every child deserves. 🙂
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Einar H. Jensen 🇩🇰 Jan 25
Very interesting visit to Mwembeladu health facility in Stone Town. Good cooperation between Government of Zanzibar and on family planning supported by - bajaj team used for outreach services
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Martin Hermann Dec 31
As 2018 bows out, I do my final tweet as State Sec for Development Policy . Thankful for 5 challenging, inspiring & rewarding years in service of . Tomorrow, good friend & colleague takes the reins. I assume resp as ’s PR to . Happy New Year!
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Frode Kirk Jan 31
in is often the result of a rural , where destitute populations move towards metropole "enlightened" life. In the colonial era, the summit was based in the capitals. Is today's migration thus part of a colonial ?
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Einar H. Jensen 🇩🇰 Feb 4
This past weekend the Danish People showed support to the empowerment of girls around the world where they collected 71 million DKK to organizations and projects working with on Gender Equality.
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Peter Ellehoj Jan 20
This week, I’ll be participating in the event on turbocharging in Africa, to create . I’d like to know: how do you think young people can be change-makers and job creators? I’ll discuss your responses at the event!
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Maria N. Hastrup Jan 28
At ZANZIC we have formed the Interfaith Women Committee, where Muslim and Christian women meet and council ZANZIC on how best to work within the fields of and . Very important! Very cool!
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Martin Hermann Feb 4
The ‘Friends of LDCs’ taking stock w our ‘LDC friends’. 🇩🇰 has for decades been strong partner & friend of LDCs. For 40+ years 🇩🇰 have met target of providing 0.7% of GNI as w strong focus on . We encourage others to follow our example.
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Harald Gade Andersen Dec 12
presents the in If we miss out on education for migrants and redugees we miss out on human potential! I believe we need all our potential to achieve the agenda and must act to ensure education for all
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Frode Kirk Feb 1
Tomorrow has its yearly collection. The funds will go to assist girls accessing schools; assist them and their parents so they avoid female genital mutilation and child marriages. Oh! How the road seems long, - much longer in than in !
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DIEH Feb 5
is about doing what we do better - and sometimes radically different. John Bessant from offers a compass of change and examples from humanitarian aid.
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Hannah Brejnholt Jan 7
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Christian Damholt Feb 13
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CORCAS Jan 31
algeria secret services media in pursues spreading algerian theses on issue opposing to algeria since 1975.
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Morten Jespersen Dec 12
UNHCR Pledging Conference in Geneva today for . In 2019, DK will increase funds to DKK 360M to meet growing needs. Flexible, un-earmarked funds allows UNHCR to act quickly and effectively where the need is greatest
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Tine Blaakær Welzel Dec 11
Crownprincess Mary underlines that companies and investors have the potential to influence and support many women in their operation at SDG conference on gender equality for companies & investors
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🇩🇰Bente Haulund & #Mijwan🇮🇳 Jan 24
India has the highest number of child brides in the world. It is estimated that 27% of girls in India are married before their 18th birthday. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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