Most of the Norwegian political parties agree that the just thing to do is to receive refugees through the UN system. Yet the number of quota refugees received into Norway continues to drop.
According to the United Nations’ Human Development Report 2016, one percent of the world’s population owns 46 percent of the […]
Stefanus Alliance International, an organization working to help persecuted Christians, recently came out with a film that gives needed insight into the situation of Christians in Pakistan.
In just a few years the number of lootings in Southeast Nepal has decreased by 60 percent. This year will see levels decrease by half from last year’s levels. All of this has happened using non-violent means.
VOICE FROM THE SOUTH by: James T. Cooper, General Secretary/CEO, Association of Evangelicals of Liberia At first glance, one may […]
#metoo has helped thousands of women share their personal stories of sexual abuse and harassment, and an increasing number of […]
All partner organizations in the Digni fellowship are invited to participate in a Network meeting every second year. Now the time has come for Latin America.
A few years ago the Norwegian Mission’s Development Committee (Bistandsnemnda) changed its name to Digni, which is derived from the Latin word dignitas, or dignity. In our overall strategy we state that our vision is to work to ensure that all people experience a life of dignity. But how can something like ‘dignity’ be measured – and who can decide what it means to experience a dignified life?
News stories on recent natural disasters point again to a world order that gives the West power to define terminology, allowing for a distorted image of the value of life: Western lives count more than others.
Do you want to know which political party will best help the world’s poor? We’ve done some work to gather information for you.
Statistics from 2016 shows that Digni-funded projects reached approximately 750 000 direct beneficiaries and 5,8 million indirect beneficiaries in 2016.