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Denmark Design Report 2019-2021 – For Public Comment

In 2020, the Independent Reporting Mechanism (IRM) published the Design Report for Denmark’s fourth action plan (2019-2021). The report covers the development of the action plan and the design of its commitments.

In Denmark, the IRM researcher Mikkel Otto Hansen (Nordic Consulting Group)’s findings are summarized below:

“Denmark’s fourth action plan continues to mainly focus on fostering public trust and transparency through open data. Notable commitments include creating a database with information on workplace safety and the introduction of whistleblower protection schemes within the sphere of the Ministry of Justice. Future action plans could focus on improving transparency around lobbying and political financing.”

And in Danish:

“Danmarks fjerde handlingsplan fokuserer fortsat primært på at fremme offentlig tillid og gennemsigtighed gennem åbne data. Bemærkelsesværdige forpligtelser omfatter oprettelse af en database med information om sikkerhed på arbejdspladsen og etablering af whistleblowerordninger på Justitsministeriets område. Kommende handlingsplaner kan fokusere på at forbedre gennemsigtigheden omkring lobbyvirksomhed og politisk finansiering.”

The version of the report for public comment is available in English and in Danish below. The public is invited to comment on the report here or below. The two-week public comment period will remain open from 3 November 2020 until close of business on 17 November 2020.


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