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Partnerships for impact is the focus of the Building Stronger Universities fourth phase

The Building Stronger Universities partnership highlights the crucial role of African universities as knowledge creators and educators, contributing to the development of their societies,” said Signe Winding Albjerg, th... Read more

Get involved. Make youth voices heard at the People’s Meeting in Bornholm, Denmark, 2024

Twenty-one young leaders from Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Mali, South Africa, South Sudan and Burundi are joining this year’s “Empowerment of Youth to Influence SDG Implementation” programme. Meet them at the Peopl... Read more

Applying project management tools to the preparation of a “world dinner”

Danida Fellowship Centre’s learning programme, Responsive Project Management, introduces methods, tools and approaches that are practically applicable. . Read Helle Jørgensen's account of an exercise involving organisin... Read more

Youth participation crucial for SDG success

For the second year running, Danida Fellowship Centre is holding the "Empowerment of Youth to Influence SDG Implementation" learning programme. Once again, the participants will take part in the Danish democracy festiva... Read more

New strategic guidance note for Denmark’s support to development research

For over 40 years, development research has been an important component of Danish development cooperation. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark and the Danida Fellowship Centre have prepared a strategic guidance n... Read more

Master’s students strengthen links in Denmark’s partnerships

What do six Danida supported Master's students from Bangladesh, Indonesia and South Africa have in common? All their studies aligned with the thematic focus of Denmark's Strategic Sector Cooperation in their home countr... Read more

Building communities of practice with Etienne and Beverly Wenger-Trayner

The coordinators of the national Danida alumni networks recently joined a workshop led by the renowned social learning theorists, Etienne and Beverly Wenger-Trayner. Together, they delved into the potential of community... Read more

Women in research: How to navigate sticky floors and break glass ceilings

Forty-six women researchers gathered in Arusha, Tanzania, to discuss the underrepresentation of women in academia and explore pathways to greater gender equity. Read more
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