Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy

The Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy (DIPD) is one of the three organizations that make up the Civic Education for Participation Program Steering Committee, which funds, monitors and oversees the program implementation.

 The Danish Parliament established DIPD in May 2010, with the overall purpose of strengthening and complementing Danish democracy assistance, in particular, by offering support to political parties and multi-party systems in developing countries.

As per March 2015, DIPD has multiparty programmes in Bhutan, Nepal, Myanmar, Egypt, Tanzania, Malawi and Zimbabwe, and support party-to-party projects in Bolivia, Palestine, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia and Swaziland.

 You can read more about DIPD at www.dipd.dk