Danish Demining Group


DDG work has come to an end in Sri Lanka after 11 years of work (14.07.14)

More than 25 years of conflict in Sri Lanka has caused several mine fields throughout the country. The Danish Demining Group (DDG) has been clearing mines in Sri Lanka since 2003 and has now reached...

NGOs and civil society can help the European Asylum system (08.07.14)

Yesterday the latest EASO (European Asylum Support Office) report “Annual Report Situation of Asylum in the European Union 2013” was launched at an event in Bruxelles. As chair of ECRE (European...

World Refugee Day marks highest numbers of displaced since World War II (20.06.14)

Today on June 20 we mark the World Refugee Day. It is a time to remember the global challenges of displacement faced by the international community, says Andreas Kamm, General Secretary for the...

Aid agencies scramble to support Iraq displaced (12.06.14)

Cash-strapped aid agencies are scrambling to respond to an escalating humanitarian crisis after Islamist militants seized control of Mosul, Iraq’s second-largest city, forcing an estimated half a...

10,000 conflict-displaced civilians prepare for relocation in South Sudan (11.06.14)

Households most affected by flooding and overcrowding in Malakal, South Sudan are being relocated to a new, improved site for internally displaced people. The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) has played...


Accept cookies

On danishdemininggroup.dk we use cookies to improve our website so it meets the needs of our visitors. We use, among other things, cookies to extract statistics about the traffic on the website, so we can make sure that the content is relevant and easy to find. You may at any time delete cookies from danishdemininggroup.dk.

Read more about cookies on danishdemininggroup.dk
Cookies and privacy

Accept cookies