Review of the Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy (DIPD)
Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy (DIPD) was established by law in 2010 as a self-governing institution under public administration with the overall vision to contribute to the development of political parties and well-functioning multi-party systems in developing countries. DIPD’s new 2021-2025 strategy aims to promote the development of vibrant and well-functioning multi-party democracies with representative parties that ensure the social, economic, and political rights of the individual citizen.
The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs appointed Tana Copenhagen to conduct a review aiming to assess the overall organisational capacity of DIPD with a view to implementing the organisation’s strategies and programmes and achieving agreed results under the engagement with the MFA. The review is expected to stimulate learning and provide evidence for relevant organisational and programmatic developments.