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The Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) is an independent state-funded institution. DIHR’s mandate is to promote and protect human rights and equal treatment in Denmark and abroad.
In the action plan for 2013 there was no longer talk of earmarking leave for fathers.
The Confederation of Danish Industry is the premier lobbying organisation for Danish businesses on national and international issues (http://di.dk)
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Working with gender mainstreaming requires collecting knowledge, data and statistics on women's and men's conditions, needs and activities, to avoid basing the work on prejudice.
Despite relatively generous coverage of the over-65 population, Danish home help services receive regular criticism in the media and public opinion polls.
The Danish Chamber of Commerce is the network for Trade, IT, Industry and Service in Denmark.
In 2009 the national action plan on gender equality (prepared by Karen Jespersen) there is a specific focus on how to get more men to take paternal leave and securing work- and life balance among men