Upholding human dignity – leaving no one behind. This is Digni’s vision in our new overarching strategy towards 2030. Today, Digni's board and staff are meeting to discuss a new strategic action plan.
Digni presents the report from the capacity building project Global Innovation Partnership in new ways.
November 9-11 Digni gathered member organisations and their partners from 25 different countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and South America for a Global Consultation. The meeting served as a forum to discuss the current global context we work in, our opportunities as faith-based civil society, and how Digni can make strategic choices that maximize the member organisations’ and partners’ impact towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
Digni have moved the business to home office. Good technical solutions allow Digni to remain in full function during this […]
On the first of August Hjalmar Bø started in his role as Digni’s new general secretary. One of Hjalmar’s more important qualities is endurance – something he has proven by running marathons and working 20 years in development.
The umbrella organization Digni has signed a new agreement securing nearly one billion Norwegian Kroner for its work in improving the living standards of many living in poverty.
49 participants from 12 nations gathered for Digni’s network meeting in Bangkok, Thailand last week. One of the meeting’s goals was to find out how we can work together to strengthen civil society.
The Norwegian Ministers of Foreign Affairs and International Development promise to tighten controls of development organizations’ routines to prevent sexual abuse, exploitation and harassment.
- Film and media shape public opinion and can mobilize action to build a culture of freedom of religion or belief, said Dr. Dwayne Menezes, co-founder of Think Film Impact Production when the FORB Learning Platform was launched at the UN this week.
There are many girls who do not attend school in Ethiopia. Youth With A Mission Skien, Norway is working to bring change to this problem. Through their efforts 4500 children are now receiving a primary school education – and half of the students are girls.