The Danish Foreign Policy Society
celebrates its 75th anniversary!
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the Danish Foreign Policy Society. When the Society was founded, the aim was to further the debate and interest regarding foreign policy in Denmark, given that foreign policy was too important a subject to be left solely to politicians.
That was the view of our founder Ole Lippmann back in 1946 and that is still our view today.
In a time where epidemics can evolve into pandemics with the speed of light, where democracies have come under pressure in several places in the world and where false information is spreading faster and easier than ever before, it seems more important than ever to deliver qualified information and debate on foreign policy, international relations, and global tendencies.
This requires actors whose purpose it is to inform on a broad spectrum across different sectors and actors, who are not bound by political or economic considerations. The Danish Foreign Policy Society has been such an actor for 75 years now. This is a fact that we are immensely proud of and one we wish to celebrate.
For this reason we are inviting members and friends of The Danish Foreign Policy Society to a celebratory evening, and it is our great pleasure to invite you and a companion to join us.
Thursday 28 October 2021 17:45-22:30
Industriens Hus, H. C. Andersens Blvd. 18, 1553 København V
The evening features:
Participation by HRH The Crown Prince
Keynote speech by Anne Applebaum, American journalist and historian
and a toast by Ulla Terkelsen, journalist and foreign correspondent.
To guide us through the evening we have Michael Jarlner, International editor for Politiken.
We hope to see you there!
Thanks to the generous contributions of our sponsors the price for participation is just DKK 750.- per person, which can be paid to our bank account: 1551 6467792 or with MobilePay: 69356. Please remember to add your name to the payment.
There are a limited number of seats available. These are distributed on a first-come first-serve basis.