Crown Princess Mary
  • COPENHAGEN, Denmark – August 2015: The Crown Princess met with UNFPA’s Executive Director, Babatunde Osotimehin and the Danish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Kristian Jensen. Photo © Udenrigsministeriet / Poul Kjar

  • ETHIOPIA, Feb'15 - Crown Princess Mary & the Danish Minister for Trade & Development Cooperation, Mogens Jensen met women’s groups & religious leaders in Ethiopia’s Afar Province to hear about progress made to eliminate FGM Photo: © ALL Over Press

  • COPENHAGEN, Denmark – November 2014: Speaking to students at the Copenhagen high school Rysensteen at the launch of the State of World Population Report. Photo© All Over Press

  • SOUTH AFRICA – November 2014: Crown Princess Mary visited a Call Centre for victims of gender-based violence together with the Danish Minister for Trade and Development Cooperation, Mogens Jensen. Photo © UNFPA/Livia Maurizi, UNFPA South Africa

  • COPENHAGEN, Denmark – 11 November 2014: In the Danish Parliament Crown Princess Mary spoke at the International Conference on female genital mutilation (FGM). Photo © Helena Lundquist

  • DUSHANBE, Tadsjikistan – October 2014: At the taekwondo-club in Dushanbe Crown Princess Mary met brave fighters who learn how to fight gender-based and sexual violence. Photo © Lars H. Laursen/All Over Press

  • UNITED NATIONS – September 2014: Maternal health for adolescent girls was on the agenda when Crown Princess Mary attended the OAFLA, Organization of African First Ladies against HIV/AIDS, meeting during the General Assembly. Photo ©UN Photo/Amanda Voisard

  • YANGON, Myanmar – January 2014: At the Youth Development Centre in Yangon Crown Princess Mary met with a group of Myanmar youth to learn about the challenges they face on issues related to sexual and reproductive health. Photo ©UNFPA/Myanmar

  • COPENHAGEN, Denmark – November 2013: “Too Young to Wed” photo exhibition opened at the University of Copenhagen in the presence of UNFPA Patron H.R.H. Crown Princess Mary of Denmark. Photo © Martina Zamboni

  • NEW YORK – 28 September 2013: UNFPA Patron and member of the High-Level Task Force on ICPD, Crown Princess Mary, told the 60,000 people present in Central Park during the Global Citizen Festival.

  • ZA’ATARI, Jordan – August 2013: The Crown Princess visits UNFPA-supported health clinics inside the Za’atari refugee camp. Photo ©UNFPA/ Ra’ad Addayleh

  • ZA’ATARI, Jordan – August 2013: The Crown Princess visits UNFPA-supported health clinics inside the Za’atari refugee camp. Photo ©UNFPA/ Ra’ad Addayleh

  • KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – May 2013: Speaking at the Women Deliver Conference in Malaysia Crown Princess Mary called for a paradigm shift away from regarding women’s empowerment as simply ‘women’s issues’ to instead viewing it as ‘humankind issues’

  • MOZAMBIQUE – November 2012: UNFPA Patron, Crown Princess Mary visited a number of UNFPA-supported projects in Mozambique during her 4 days visit together with the Danish Minister for Development Cooperation, Christian Friis Bach. Photo © Torkil Adersen

  • UN New York, 2 October 2012: Addressing her fellow members of the High-Level Task Force for the ICPD

  • New York, October 2012: UNFPA Patron, H.R.H. Crown Princess Mary briefed by UNFPA Executive Director Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin prior to attending the High-Level Task Force for the ICPD

  • RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – September 2012: H.R.H. Crown Princess Mary speaks to young people at the Youth Reference Centre in Cidade de Deus on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro

  • UNITED NATIONS – October 2012: Crown Princess Mary seized the chance to promote safe motherhood at the launch of the “Why Poverty?” media project

  • WASHINGTON D.C. - June 2010: Crown Princess Mary meets fistula survivors at the Women Deliver II Conference. Photo © UNFPA

  • Crown Princess Mary met former UNFPA Executive Director Thoraya Obaid and the Danish Minister for Development Cooperation Mr. Søren Pind. Photo © UNFPA

  • H.R.H. The Crown Princess of Denmark Opens UNFPA-National Geographic 7 Billion Photo Exhibition

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