New head of KVINFO's international activities >>
Lene Steffen is the new head of KVINFO’s activities in the Middle East and North Africa.
Jordan to implement recommendations from child marriage report >>
Jordan's Higher Population Council has, supported by KVINFO, produced a comprehensive study on child marriage. The government has announced it will adopt the reccomendations in the study report.
Jordan’s princess Basma visits KVINFO partner in Aarhus >>
Jordan's prinsesse Basma Bint Ali has visited KVINFO-partner working with a group of village women developing new products.
Launch of new Danish Arab Partnership Programme >>
The new phase of the Danish-Arab Partnership Programme (DAPP) was launched on June 1 with all the Danish partner organisations present. The programme lays out the framework for KVINFO’s work in the Middle East and North Africa for the next five years.
Morocco: Mediation guide introduced in divorce cases >>
Experienced leaders to KVINFO >>
New KVINFO director Henriette Laursen has a law degree and was director of the Danish AIDS-foundation for many years. She serves on several boards, among them The Danish Institute for Human Rights and The Danish Refugee Council.
KVINFO's library should stay with KVINFO >>
Minister of Culture Mette Bock announced on Monday the 20th of March that she has decided to move KVINFO's library over to the management of the Royal Library. The board of KVINFO thinks that this is the wrong decision, made on insufficient grounds, and a decision that ought to be overturned.
KVINFO's library is much more than books >>
Minister of Culture Mette Bock wants to merge KVINFO's library and the Royal Library. This is a decision that KVINFO deeply regrets, as a vital part of KVINFOs strength is the synergy between the different activities.
Video: Ruba Ahmad at KVINFO's Womens Day celebration >>
See Ruba Ahmad speaking at KVINFO's Womens Day celebration
Egyptian feminist biography published >>
Women and Memory Forum have published their biography of the feminist pioneer Hawa Idris. The publication and an exhibition about her life is supported by KVINFO.
Lend a Tunisian woman >>
A Tunisian version of The Human Library is on the way, supported by KVINFO.
Egyptian KVINFO partner subject to travel ban, frozen assets >>
Azza Soliman, prominent women’s rights activist and lawyer and KVINFO partner, is once again met with harassment from the authorities, sparking international protests.
Award for KVINFO's Jette Sandager >>
Jette Sandager, who is working on the development of KVINFO’s Mentor Network, has been awarded the “Thesis of the Year” award at Copenhagen Business School, CBS.
KVINFO Mentor Network summer party a slam dunk >>
New innovate methods in the mentoring network >>
The Mentor Network is employing new methods, based on empathy, equality and collaboration, along with the launch of their new web platform.
Beirut Call for Action is now online >>
Tunisia gets unique gender parity election law >>
KVINFO's book "Sharaaka" is now available in Arabic >>
KVINFO's book with five accounts of our work for gender equality i the Middle East and North Africa is now also available in Arabic.
Heated debate at Arab Women’s Conference on Peace >>
Arab women from conflict torn countries like Yemen, Libya, Syria, and Iraq first and foremost want peace. About 50 delegates from the Levant and the North African countries are gathered in Beirut for a KVINFO-organized conference on women and peacebuilding.
Women Deliver through the eyes of KVINFO >>
During four hectic days Copenhagen was hosting thousands of activists from all over the world. Activists talking about women's and girls' rights and health.