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« Reply #60 on: August 20, 2012, 06:41:32 PM »

awww, you two  Hug  you are most welcome  Star Star


Can't wait for those photo's to appear.

Last time it was J&M going to Brazil....now it's the Derfs

This time it is Marie going to Cambodia....alone!....wonder how long it'll take Yrma to pull another foreign visit like this  
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« Reply #61 on: August 20, 2012, 08:46:23 PM »

I think this is Marie's 4th solo trip? (Morocco, Paris, Italy)

Thanks PeDe Yes
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« Reply #62 on: August 20, 2012, 09:53:00 PM »

I think this is Marie's 4th solo trip? (Morocco, Paris, Italy)

Thanks PeDe Yes


you are welcome, and I believe you are right about the solo trip abroad  Thumb up Star
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« Reply #63 on: August 20, 2012, 11:12:30 PM »

I wonder if she'll take Athena  along? Thinking


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And I think we can be sure that she won't bring a flashy camera with her in order to photograph the "poors"   Roll Eyes Tongue Star
I'm also fairly sure that we won't hear about "masturbating Cambodians"  Tongue
Lets hope not Shocked
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« Reply #64 on: August 22, 2012, 07:53:20 PM »

Marie visiting the summer camp of single-parent families with children who have autism, by virtue of her patronage the National Association of Autism http://www.bt.dk/royale/s...-smuk-prinsesse-kom-forbi

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"I have autism in my close family, therefore I know how hard, and difficult it is. It is a handicap that hits the whole family" Princess Marie tells BT.dk

She doesn't want to tell who in her close family has the diagnose. But she also tells that it is not purely her own family which has seen it up close.
"I have many friends who have children with autism. And I don't think the diagnose is well-known enough. That's why I think it is very important to spread the word," she says as a reason for why she asked the association to be their protector.
http://www.bt.dk/royale/p...ie-har-autisme-i-familien
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« Reply #65 on: August 22, 2012, 08:34:53 PM »


HP started a thread in "Royal Activities": http://royaldish.com/index.php?topic=11374.0 , norwegianne  Hug
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« Reply #66 on: August 24, 2012, 03:19:22 AM »

Marie might have a new patronage: Children, Youth & Grief

H.R.H, Princess Marie launches the campaign "Give Hope", with adjacent reception at the Cinematheque, the Danish Film Institute (15:05)
- 6th September 2012


http://www.bornungesorg.dk/

Children, Youth & Grief is a counseling for children and young people up to 28 years whose parents or siblings are seriously ill or died. We have counseling in Copenhagen, Aarhus and Odense, where we among other offers group therapy and individual therapy for children and young people. The support is free, and all staff and volunteers to secrecy.

Why Children, Youth & Grief?
Every year, thousands of Danish families with children and young people thrown into a situation where a mother, father or siblings becomes seriously ill or dies. Approximately 80,000 children and young people experience each year that one of their parents affected by critical illness, and approx. 66,000 children have lost one or both parents (Statistics Denmark). The number of children and young people living with a serious illness parents is increasing because more people are chronically ill, and because many serious and fatal diseases can be kept at bay for long periods of treatment.

There is a need for a qualified and nationwide counseling services for those children and young people. There are many scattered offer - some targeted children, other targeted young people, and many of the offers are without a high degree of psychological expertise. It is therefore often random, on children and young people with seriously ill or dead parents / siblings receive the necessary support. Do they not have the necessary support, it can have serious and long-term social and health consequences. Therefore, we have established Children, Youth & Grief.

Mission and vision
Children, Youth & Grief's mission is to contribute to a good life for children and young people in spite of serious physical illness or death of parents and siblings by:
> provide relief for children, young people and parents who are experiencing serious illness or death in the immediate family
> contribute to age-appropriate and positive development of children and young people in spite of serious illness or death in the immediate family
> creating and disseminating practice-and research-based knowledge of children, young people and sorrow nationally and internationally.



What a worthy cause to be involved it. PHANTASTIC  Thumb up
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« Reply #67 on: August 24, 2012, 03:28:28 AM »

Brilliant cause.

My husband's father died when my husband was 6.  This was the early 80s and counselling services were not what they are today.  The wounds of him and his siblings losing their father (suddenly, they kissed him goodbye in the morning and when they got back from school, he had already died and had been taken away) are still evident 30+ years later.

Nice one Marie, do good work.
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« Reply #68 on: August 30, 2012, 11:17:21 PM »

Marie and the Odd Fellow Order Sister Lodge #12
-- H.R.H. Princess Marie hands over donations at the celebration of the Odd Fellow Order Sister Lodge #12 (13:30) --


What is the "Odd Fello Order Sister Lodge #12" you ask? Why I'm glad you asked - let me tell you  

The Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF), also known as the Three Link Fraternity, is a global altruistic and benevolent fraternal organization derived from the similar British Oddfellows service organizations which came into being during the 18th century, at a time when altruistic and charitable acts were far less common.

The word "Independent" in the organization's name was given by the English parent organization as part of the chartered title in the new North American chapter: The Independent Order of Odd Fellows was founded on the North American Continent in Baltimore, Maryland, on April 26, 1819 when Thomas Wildey and four members of the Order from England instituted Washington Lodge No. 1. This lodge received its charter from Manchester Unity of Odd Fellows in England.


Philosophy and purpose
As an organization, the Independent Order of Odd Fellows aims to provide a framework that promotes personal and social development. Lodge degrees and activities aim to improve and elevate every person to a higher, nobler plane; to extend sympathy and aid to those in need, making their burdens lighter, relieving the darkness of despair; to war against vice in every form, and to be a great moral power and influence for the good of humanity.

Teachings in the Order are conducted through the exemplification of the Degrees of membership. The Degrees are conferred on the candidate by their Lodge, and are teachings of principles and truths by ceremonies and symbols. The Degrees are presented largely by means of allegory and drama. For Odd Fellows, the degrees in Odd Fellowship emphasizes a leaving of the old life and the start of a better one, of welcoming travelers, and of helping those in need.

Lodges also provide an international social network of brothers and sisters that extends to more than 26 countries worldwide. If travelling is an interest, membership can provide a valuable network that will very much welcome an international visitor, and assist in their enterprises, and certainly their travels wherever possible. The command of the IOOF is to "visit the sick, relieve the distressed, bury the dead and educate the orphan."


Specifically, IOOF are dedicated to the following purposes:
--> To improve and elevate the character of mankind by promoting the principles of friendship, love, truth, faith, hope, charity and universal justice.
--> To help make the world a better place to live by aiding each other in times of need and by organizing charitable projects and activities that would benefit the less fortunate, the youth, the elderly, the environment and the community in every way possible.
--> To promote good will and harmony amongst peoples and nations through the principle of universal fraternity, holding the belief that all men and women regardless of race, nationality, religion, social status, gender, rank and station are brothers and sisters
--> To promote a wholesome fraternal experience without violence, vices and discrimination of every form.
 
Around the world, the Odd Fellows undertake various community and charitable projects. According to an IOOF Sovereign Grand Lodge brochure, the organization's works include:
* The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs spend over US$775 million in relief projects annually
* The Educational Foundation provides substantial loans and grants to students
* SOS Children’s Village provides a caring home for orphaned children in 132 countries around the world
* Odd Fellow and Rebekah Homes provide a caring environment for the elderly
* Living Legacy focuses on planting trees and enhancing the environment
* The Arthritis Foundation
* Visual Research Foundation supports vision care and research through the Wilmer Eye Institute
* United Nations Pilgrimage for Youth sponsors a group of students for an educational trip to the United Nations
* Annual sponsorship of a float in the Rose Parade (Pasadena, California)
* Annual pilgrimages to the "Tomb of the Unknowns" (Arlington National Cemetery, USA), and other Tombs of the Unknown Soldier.
* Odd Fellow and Rebekah Homes provides a caring environment for the elderly and orphans
* Odd Fellow and Rebekah camps and parks provide recreation for the youth and for families
 
Fellowship in the IOOF entails:
~ One of the strongest fraternal societies in the world.
~ A great worldwide united brotherhood.
~ A fraternity founded on the basis of universal brotherhood.
~ Based on the Fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man.
~ Founded on the North American continent in 1819.
~ Based upon the purest principles of equality.
~ Non-political and non-sectarian.
~ A source of comfort in times of trouble and adversity.
~ A world-wide force that stands for all that is noblest and highest.
~ An everyday guide for conduct, a mantle that should be worn always.
~ An organization that favors no person for their wealth and frowns on none for their poverty.
~ An ideal that exists in the heart and mind of every genuine Odd Fellow or Rebekah.
~ Fulfilling a mission in the world which no other institution has successfully attempted.
~ A vitalizing, sympathetic, and actuating influence in the lives of all its real members.
~ A ministering spirit succoring the needy, cheering the despondent and protecting the helpless.
~ The handmaid of virtue and religion.
~ Founded on the inspired word of God as revealed to man in the Holy scriptures.


EUROPEAN LODGES: 13
Europe (2006), Austria, Czech Republic (1877), Denmark (1878), Estonia (1993), Finland (1925), France (1884), Germany (1870),
Iceland (1897), Netherlands & Belgium (1911), Norway (1898), Poland (1938), Spain (1895), Switzerland (1871)

Name
Several theories aim to explain the meaning of the name "Odd Fellows". One says that they were called "odd" because in the beginning of Odd Fellowship in the 18th century, at the time of industrialization, it was rather odd to find people who followed noble values such as benevolence, charity and fraternalism.

She always starts out working behind the scenes - then one time events - and later it is announced as patronage.....Hmmm, will be interesting to find more out about that.
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« Reply #69 on: August 31, 2012, 02:47:42 AM »


here's a link to the Danish Order: http://www.oddfellow.dk/ just clicked through the photos, nice organisation, if they walk the walk

The first Danish gallery was founded on 30 June 1878 and has its headquarters in Odd Fellow Palace in Copenhagen.

A few years later, in 1881, founded the like, and also in Copenhagen, the first gallery for women. Today's Denmark 112 fraternal lodges and 94 sister lodges with a total membership numbers of 14,500.

Our Order's purpose and work, in my opinion always been able to adapt to any society and at any time, just because you never left the original, fundamental principles. We can now divide our purpose in two parts, the extrovert and the introvert. Or in other words: A practical and ethical purpose.

Odd Fellow Order wants and expects from its members that they must be active in two functions:
    to work inwardly with himself, and
    to work out for our fellow man.


These two features would like to stimulate each other, and be reflected in the joy of helping others. Or in other words: the enhancement of human nature.

For this, we have, from the very beginning, associated with the following budord:
    to visit the sick,
    help the needy,
    bury the dead and
    educate the orphans.

Of course I know that the government in modern times has taken over most of what has just been mentioned yet:

"That one, when it truly succeed one to lead a person to a particular place, first and foremost take care to find him where he is and begin there.
This is the secret of all through art. It can not be what he is even a delusion when he believes it can help someone else. " (Soren Kierkegaard, 1859)

Erling Stenholdt Poulsen                                                                                     
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« Reply #70 on: September 13, 2012, 06:18:53 PM »

September 27
H.R.H. Princess Marie participates in the Danish Epilepsy Society's 50th anniversary


Danish Epilepsy Association celebrates 50 year anniversary
Every day 12 people are diagnosed with epilepsy. Ever since 1962, people with epilepsy and their families enjoyed an association that works to ensure that people with epilepsy must have the best possible treatment and restricted as little as possible in everyday life.

The theme we have chosen to throw us over the slightly more colorful part of the effort: Some of the information materials we have made over the years, and they talk about epilepsy history.

Danish Epilepsy Association's activities
•Therefore, we include active in the debate on epilepsy treatment, support research in this area and hosts major conferences.
•When a person gets epilepsy affects the entire family and often also day care center, school, workplace or elder care. We are very devoted to advising both individuals with epilepsy and their families .
•We form networks of people with epilepsy and their families , where they can share experiences with others. and our community has many activities
•We publish a wide range of free information materials about epilepsy targeting different age groups. And we offer courses for both people with epilepsy, for relatives such as parents and professionals working with people who have epilepsy.
•Danish Epilepsy Association is in regular contact with politicians to ensure that epilepsy is on the agenda in parliament.

Danish Epilepsy Association organization
Organizational derive our activities of the decisions and initiatives of our country offices, 12 local epilepsy association circles , Executive and/or Executive Committee.
 
We are part of the overall Danish disability movement and is a member of the international epilepsy movement and active member of the umbrella organization of Danish Disability Organisations (DH) and Danish Patients. Our Youth Committee is active in the disability movement youth department straight, Association of Youth with Disabilities (SUMH).
 
Danish Epilepsy Association was founded in 1962.


International cooperation
> IBE: International Bureau for Epilepsy: The international epilepsy association
> Australia: National Epilepsy Association of Australia
> Brazil: ABE - Associação Brasileira de Epilepsia
> Canada: Epilepsy Canada
> England: British Epilepsy Association (BEA)
> Finland: Epilepsialiitto
> France: AISPACE
> Germany: Deutsche Vereinigung Epilepsie
> Norway: Norwegian Epilepsy Federal
> Ireland: Ireland Brainwave
> Iceland: Lauf, The Icelandic Epilepsy Association
> New Zealand: Epilepsy Association of New Zealand
> Portugal: Portuguese League against Epilepsy
> Saudi Arabia: Epilepsy Support & Information Centre
> Singapore: Singapore Epilepsy Foundation
> Scotland: Epilepsy Action Scotland
> Sweden: Svenska Epijlepsiforböndet
> Swedish Epilepsy Association Youth: Youth Mans pages
> Switzerland: Swiss League gegen Epilepsie
> South Africa: South African National Epilepsy League
> Taiwan: Taiwan Epilepsy Association
> Uganda: Epilepsy Support Association Uganda (Esau)
> USA: Epilepsy Foundation
> National Centre for Epilepsy (Norwegian national hospital and research center for epilepsy)
> Epilepsy Museum Kork (Webmuseum for epilepsy)


http://www.epilepsiforeningen.dk/
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« Reply #71 on: September 13, 2012, 07:00:34 PM »

September 27
H.R.H. Princess Marie participates in the Danish Epilepsy Society's 50th anniversary


Danish Epilepsy Association celebrates 50 year anniversary
Every day 12 people are diagnosed with epilepsy. Ever since 1962, people with epilepsy and their families enjoyed an association that works to ensure that people with epilepsy must have the best possible treatment and restricted as little as possible in everyday life.

The theme we have chosen to throw us over the slightly more colorful part of the effort: Some of the information materials we have made over the years, and they talk about epilepsy history.

Danish Epilepsy Association's activities
•Therefore, we include active in the debate on epilepsy treatment, support research in this area and hosts major conferences.
•When a person gets epilepsy affects the entire family and often also day care center, school, workplace or elder care. We are very devoted to advising both individuals with epilepsy and their families .
•We form networks of people with epilepsy and their families , where they can share experiences with others. and our community has many activities
•We publish a wide range of free information materials about epilepsy targeting different age groups. And we offer courses for both people with epilepsy, for relatives such as parents and professionals working with people who have epilepsy.
•Danish Epilepsy Association is in regular contact with politicians to ensure that epilepsy is on the agenda in parliament.

Danish Epilepsy Association organization
Organizational derive our activities of the decisions and initiatives of our country offices, 12 local epilepsy association circles , Executive and/or Executive Committee.
 
We are part of the overall Danish disability movement and is a member of the international epilepsy movement and active member of the umbrella organization of Danish Disability Organisations (DH) and Danish Patients. Our Youth Committee is active in the disability movement youth department straight, Association of Youth with Disabilities (SUMH).
 
Danish Epilepsy Association was founded in 1962.


International cooperation
> IBE: International Bureau for Epilepsy: The international epilepsy association
> Australia: National Epilepsy Association of Australia
> Brazil: ABE - Associação Brasileira de Epilepsia
> Canada: Epilepsy Canada
> England: British Epilepsy Association (BEA)
> Finland: Epilepsialiitto
> France: AISPACE
> Germany: Deutsche Vereinigung Epilepsie
> Norway: Norwegian Epilepsy Federal
> Ireland: Ireland Brainwave
> Iceland: Lauf, The Icelandic Epilepsy Association
> New Zealand: Epilepsy Association of New Zealand
> Portugal: Portuguese League against Epilepsy
> Saudi Arabia: Epilepsy Support & Information Centre
> Singapore: Singapore Epilepsy Foundation
> Scotland: Epilepsy Action Scotland
> Sweden: Svenska Epijlepsiforböndet
> Swedish Epilepsy Association Youth: Youth Mans pages
> Switzerland: Swiss League gegen Epilepsie
> South Africa: South African National Epilepsy League
> Taiwan: Taiwan Epilepsy Association
> Uganda: Epilepsy Support Association Uganda (Esau)
> USA: Epilepsy Foundation
> National Centre for Epilepsy (Norwegian national hospital and research center for epilepsy)
> Epilepsy Museum Kork (Webmuseum for epilepsy)


http://www.epilepsiforeningen.dk/

Is this a new patronage for Marie?  I can't remember if she's done anything with them in the past.
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« Reply #72 on: September 13, 2012, 09:24:37 PM »


wheeelll I don't know...really...

From what I've observed with her patronages is that she has these kind of events where she works beforehand with associations, turns up to one of their openings and then they announce the patronage.

I have a strange feeling that the Children, Youth & Grief, Odd Sister's Logde, and now Epilepsy run the same way like DANChurch did...one event, bam patronage....and then came out that Marie had worked with them long before she stepped into public as their patron.

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« Reply #73 on: December 14, 2012, 05:22:29 AM »

Princess Marie takes over after mother in law

Quietly, the Princess Marie took on one protectorate after another. Now she has got a brand new one again. This time it is not an association or organization that has turned to the royal house and asked to be the princess as patron, then she said yes, as the kind else going on.

This time in fact, Marie gave her aging mother in law a helping hand. The French-born princess indeed agreed to take over the patronage of the Danish Student Foundation in Paris after Queen Margrethe.

The Queen has been patron of student housing since 1972. But after Marie's arrival in the royal family and with her French background was it just to the right leg, it is Joachim's wife, who takes over. The Danish students in Paris the message about the new patron received with joy and sadness.

- It has been invaluable for the Danish Student in Paris, because the Royal Family has fueled great interest in the institution for many years. We are grateful to Her Majesty the Queen's efforts and look forward to future cooperation with Her Royal Highness Princess Marie, says the Chairman of the Board, lawyer Mette Forest.

The Danish Student Foundation or La Fondation Danoise, is a college with room for 49 students of Danish or other nationality. It was built in the 1920s in the international student city, Cité International Universitaire de Paris, which consists of 37 colleagues with space for about 5500 students from different countries. The house was designed by architect Pier Gotlob and is located in the south of Paris.

Monarchy has even had a member who has lived in the residence. That's none other than Prince Henrik. It revealed the Prince Consort when he in January this year was honored with Berlingske Foundation Prize of 100,000 kroner - which he immediately handed over to the Danish Student with these words:
- When I studied, I lived there for three years. By giving the amount, I hope to be able to ensure that Danish students get better conditions so that their stay will both benefit them personally and make the link between France and Denmark, said Prince Consort.

And now it is daughter in law, which is the royal link to the Danish students in Paris





•The Danish Student Foundation (La Fondation Danoise)
• Protektor for AIDS FONDET Denmark
• Protektor for Folkekirkens Nødhjælp (DCA)
• Nordic Taste' Copenhagen's annual international food festival
• Copenhagen Jewellery Fair and Bella Nordic Jewellery Award
• University of Southern Denmark
• Denmark Ski Federation
• The Danish National Commission for UNESCO
• National Association for Autism
• Literary Prix des Ambassadeurs
• Tonder Festival
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« Reply #74 on: December 14, 2012, 05:36:04 PM »

She's supporting some quite interesting organizations IMO. Good work BonBon Thumb up
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