Παρασκευή, 1 Ιουλίου 2016

Lessons from the Danish Integrated Approach in Afghanistan 2001-2014

Studies on Danish experiences in Afghanistan presented in Parliament.
At the end of 2014, the NATO-led ISAF-mission was brought to a close and the Danish combat troops withdrawn. Against this backdrop, the political parties behind the Danish engagement in Afghanistan agreed to compile experiences from the past thirteen years of Danish civil and military efforts in Afghanistan. The compilation should focus on lessons regarding the Danish integration of political, military and developmental instruments, which has taken place under very challenging security conditions.
The study is now completed. It consists of three parts that were presented in the Danish Parliament at a public conference on 9. June 2016:


Part I
"International Lessons from Integrated Approaches in Afghanistan"
Prepared by DIIS, Danish Institute for International Studies.



Part II
"Development Cooperation in Afghanistan"
Prepared by development consultants Landell Mills.



Part III
"Danish Lessons from Stabilisation & CIMIC Projects"
Prepared by The Royal Danish Defence College.