In Denmark.

In Denmark

The Danish Parliament, Folketinget, has appointed a committee - the South Schleswig Committee - who’s only task is to maintain contact with the Danish minority in Germany and to decide how to distribute the DKK 550 million (USD 83,5 million) that Denmark contributes to the minority each year. 

Secretary General of the SSF, Jens A. Christiansen has his own office in the Danish parliament and is regularly in contact with politicians from all political parties. 

Another close partner in Denmark is The Border Association Grænseforeningen – an NGO who works for knowledge in Denmark on the Danes in Germany as well as for closer contact on personal level between members of the minority and ordinary Danes in Denmark.