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Denmark

The Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) is an independent, national human rights institution modelled in accordance with the UN Paris Principles. The Institute, which was established by statute in 2002, carries on the mandate vested in the Danish Centre for Human Rights in 1987. This encompasses research, analysis, information, education, documentation and the implementation of national and international programmes. The Institute is part of the Danish Centre for International Studies and Human Rights (DCISM), which also includes a sister institute, the Danish Institute of International Studies (DIIS).

The Danish Institute for Human Rights

Strandgade 56
1401 Copenhague
Denmark
Tel: +45 32 69 88 88
Fax: +45 32 69 88 00

Email: center@humanrights.dk

 

Website: http://www.humanrights.dk/

 

 

The Danish Institute for International Studies is an independent research institution for international studies, financed primarily by the Danish state. We carry out research and analysis on a wide range of issues within the areas of globalisation, security and development. We participate in national and international debates and academic networks, and publish in high-ranking academic journals, always striving to excel in academic scholarship. At the same time, we assess Denmark’s foreign and political situation and inform the Danish media, politicians and the public about our work.

Danish Institute for International Studies

Strandgade 56
1401 Copenhagen K
Denmark
Tel: +45 32 69 87 87
Fax: +45 32 69 87 00
Email: diis@remove-this.diis.dk

Website:

http://www.diis.dk/sw162.asp

 

The Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS) is an independent research institute that analyzes a broad range of issues in globalization, security and development. One of their research areas is the Holocaust and Genocide, in which DIIS researches study the processes that lead to genocide, focusing on the role of the state. They research the culture of remembrance and commemoration as well as European reactions to genocide both historically and in the present day. DIIS also places emphasis on dissemination, contribution to the public debate, and education.

The Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS)

Strand 56
1401 Copenhagen
Denmark
Tel: +45 3269 8787
Fax: +45 3269 8700

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