DRC is Denmark’s largest NGO. They are a leading international NGO - one of the few with a specific expertise in forced displacement.
In 40 countries across the world the 7,500 employees work to protect, advocate and build sustainable futures for refugees and other displacement-affected people and communities.
DRC Danish Refugee Council works with humanitarian, development and peace-building activities to ensure a dignified life for refugees, the displaced, and displacement-affected people. They work in conflict-affected areas, along displacement routes, and in the countries where refugees settle. Their range of work includes everything from relief operations to strengthening opportunities for a brighter future for refugees and internally displaced persons.
Founded in 1956, DRC Danish Refugee Council is Denmark’s largest, and a leading international NGO - one of the few with a specific expertise in forced displacement. In 40 countries, our 7,500 employees protect, advocate and build sustainable futures for refugees and other displacement-affected people and communities.
DRC works during displacement at all stages: In the acute crisis, in exile, when settling and integrating in a new place, or upon return.
DRC provides protection and life-saving humanitarian assistance.
DRC supports displaced persons in becoming self-reliant and included in hosting societies.
DRC works with civil society and responsible authorities to promote the protection of rights and peaceful coexistence.
Our 6,000 volunteers in Denmark make an invaluable difference in integration activities throughout the country.
To learn more about the Danish Refugee Council, visit: https://pro.drc.ngo