|Danish Centre for International Studies and Human Rights|
|Written by Dennis Pedersen|
|Thursday, 03 December 2009 14:13|
1. Department. The Danish Centre for International Studies and Human Rights (DCISM) was established January 2003. DCISM consists of two institutes: 1. Danish Institute for International Studies, DIIS; Research and analysis activities at DIIS are organized into 10 research units of which one is the Natural resource and poverty unit. DIIS has a total staff of 80 employees (full-time eqv.), of whom app. 60 are research staff, and has an annual budget of app. EUR 9.5 mill. 2. Danish Institute for Human Rights, DIHR has an annual budget of app. EUR 12 mill. and has a total staff of 85 employees (full-time eqv.). The total costs of rent, administration and library are app. EUR 4.5 mill.
2. Expertise. Research, analysis, and information activities in Denmark concerning international affairs, i.e., the fields of foreign, security, and development policy; conflict; holocaust; genocide and political mass murders; and human rights in Denmark and abroad.
3. Main contributions of the team to the project: The DCISM team will participate in the projects WP4, WP5 and WP6 where it will contribute socio-economic expertise to the design of research methodologies and take part in the statistical analysis and publication of socio-economic aspects of the work on palm uses, palm trade and policy issues related to management and trade of palm products.
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