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Dag Hammarskj÷ld Foundation was established in 1962 in memory of the second Secretary-General of the United Nations. It is based in Uppsala, Sweden. Its purpose is to organise seminars, conferences, workshops and consultations on development issues and to publish and disseminate the results. The Foundation is an autonomous institution, which is not grant-making but carries out its own work programmes.

Since the 1960s the Foundation has organised more than 170 seminars and conferences around the world on diverse topics such as alternative education, media and publishing, biotechnology, health and UN reform. The seminars are conducted in an exploratory manner, often in an intimate setting with the purpose of providing a forum for free and frank discussions at the interface between policy and research. About half of the seminars are held at the Foundation in Uppsala, while most of the others are held in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

Participants at the seminars come from a wide range of professions and backgrounds including representatives of civil society, academia, governments, media and the private sector.

Dag Hammarskj÷ld Foundation
Ívre Slottsgatan 2
753 10 Uppsala
Sweden
Tel: +46 18 12 72 72
Fax: +46 18 12 20 72
Email: secretariat@dhf.uu.se
www.dhf.uu.se

The Danish Center for Culture and Development (DCCD) is a forum for the exchange of art and culture between Denmark and Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, and the Middle East.

The Center opened in October 1998 and seeks to foster cooperation between individuals, organizations and institutions working in the fields of art, culture, and development in Denmark and the third world.

The Center provides the framework for large initiatives such as the Images festivals and information projects. Moreover, DCCD offers advice about projects and allocates subsidies to cultural projects organized in cooperation with the third world.

The Center answers to the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

An executive committee of six persons from the Danish cultural and development sectors is appointed for a period of three years. The executive committee is responsible for the Center and lays down its three-year plan of action.

'The Council for Culture and Development', consisting of representatives from Danish cultural institutions and development organizations, meet twice a year for advisory purposes.

The Chairperson of DCCDĺs executive committee is the former minister Ms. Grethe Rostb°ll.

Danish Center for Culture and Development (DCCD)
Center for Kultursamarbejde med  Udviklingslandene (CKU)
Vestergade 5
DK - 1456 Copenhagen K
Denmark
tel. +45 33 17 97 00
fax. +45 33 17 97 01
Email: info@dccd.dk
www.dccd.dk

Electronic Publishing Trust for Development
The Electronic Publishing Trust for Development is a registered UK charity, established over ten years ago. It aims 1) to support access to the world's published scholarly literature for those in under-resourced regions and 2) to facilitate the international distribution of research generated in these regions. In particular, it promotes the principles of the Open Access movement and assists through workshops, articles and all other means the establishment of open access archives which hold great potential for the equitable distribution of the global library.

Electronic Publishing Trust for Development Secretariat
Wilmots
Elmton
Worksop, S80 4LS
UK
Tel: +44 1909 724 184
Fax: +44 1909 724 190
Email: ept@biostrat.demon.co.uk
www.epublishingtrust.org

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