KVINFO has in 2017 commenced a new five year gender equality programme in the Middle East and North Africa, financed by the Danish-Arab Partnership Programme.
The programme is carried out in partnership with local partners in the region as well as Danish organisations Danner, The Women’s Council, the Danish Family Planning Associatioin and LGBT Denmark.
These pages are currently under revision. Much of the information still concerns the previous programme period.
Where we work
Previously KVINFO has also had activities in:
Click here to view a list of selected projects.
And see a list of all KVINFO’s partner organisations in the programme.
How We Work
- KVINFO’s view on Gender Equality
- KVINFO’s approach to gender equality and the human rights
- Partnerships in all projects
Who We Are
KVINFO’s program i Mellemøsten og Nordafrika er støttet af Udenrigsministeriets Dansk-Arabisk Partnerskabsprogram, DAPP.
KVINFO’s Middle East and North Africa department is a part of KVINFO, the Danish Centre for Gender, Equality and Ethnicity. The key role of KVINFO is to initiate research and disseminate information and findings and to contribute to the development of an equal society in Denmark and internationally.
The Middle East and North Africa department has been carrying our partnership projects in the Middle East and North Africa region since 2007. The department is based in Copenhagen, but has offices in Amman in Jordan and Tunis in Tunisia.
The activities carried out by the department are currently financed by the Danish-Arab Partnership Programme under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark.
Key Focus Areas
- Access to Justice
- Gender Research and Documentation
- Women’s Economic Empowerment
- Women’s Political Empowerment
Click here to view a list of our projects.