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Danish-Nepalese development cooperation dates back to the 1960's. In 1989 Nepal was selected as a priority country for Danish development aid and an Embassy was opened in Kathmandu in 1991. For over 25 years Denmark has been a partner in Nepal's development efforts, providing financial and technical assistance. With the reduction in Danish development assistance and the decision to focus on fewer countries, the Danish-Nepalese development cooperation is coming to an end. The Embassy in Kathmandu will be closed at the end of 2017 and the aid programmes funded by Danida will all have been concluded by the end of 2018. In this context it has been agreed to carry out an evaluation of the major development cooperation programmes carried out between 1991 and 2016.
Nordic Council of Ministers seek an outside vendor to assist Nordic Council of Ministers in the daily work with strategic development and operational implementation of network Nordic Safe Cities. Nordic Safe Cities aims to gather Nordic cities in efforts to share experience and develop new solutions for the prevention of radicalization and violent extremism. The network is aimed at policy makers, practitioners, researchers, experts and civil society, all of which play an important role in this work.
Objectives for Nordic Safe Cities 2017:
1.Mødeaktiviteter: Nordic Safe Cities is a useful meeting platform for relevant actors in the Nordic region and internationally, and it is among the network's biggest initial successes that have created this type of concrete cooperation. In 2017, these activities should be maintained and further developed.
2.Formalisering of cooperation: Until now, Nordic Safe Cities has served as a relatively informal network, but it is the Nordic Council of Ministers' ambition to cooperation from 2017 a more formal and binding nature through the creation of partnerships.
3.Et independent network: DIS program including Nordic Safe Cities is from the Nordic Council of Ministers' side intended as a three-year effort in the period 2016-2018. Nordic Council of Ministers has taken organizational and financial leadership for the network in a limited number of years, but it is the ambition that the network subsequently be continued by the actors involved during 2018.
Brought expected to start in January 2017 and runs 12 months.