Parents in Denmark demand changes in kindergartens

Parents in Denmark demand changes in kindergartens »

 

by Guki Giunashvili, photos by Guki Giunashvili

Last week, on April the 6th, Aarhus Rådhuspladsen was filled with parents and their young

Building trust in a divided society

Building trust in a divided society »

 

By Madalina Paxaman, photos by Lars Nielsen, Jakob Spange and Jesper Lyng Michelsen

Bound by the new communication technologies that were

The fight against an uncertain future: climate change protests in Aarhus

The fight against an uncertain future: climate change protests in Aarhus »

 

By Luca Polizzi, photos by Luca Polizzi

Young people from Aarhus recently joined their peers in a climate strike to demand better

Aarhus’ answer to radicalisation – a success story

Aarhus’ answer to radicalisation – a success story »

 

By Louise Rasmussen, photos by Guki Giunashvili, Paxels.com and Flick.com

Erhan Kilic starts telling his story in the small attic of Free

A new language school has officially opened its doors in Aarhus

A new language school has officially opened its doors in Aarhus »

 

By Madalina Paxaman and Laura Naima Kabelka, photos by Haoruo Wei and Guki Giunashvili

The language school (Sprogskole) is for the newcomer

Between good and evil: The many lens of the Second World War occupation in Aarhus

Between good and evil: The many lens of the Second World War occupation in Aarhus »

By Laura Galante, photos by The Occupation Museum and Madalina Paxaman

Imagine that it’s 1940. The Germans have occupied Aarhus and the

Constructive Journalism: a new journalistic culture or wishful mindset?

Constructive Journalism: a new journalistic culture or wishful mindset? »

By Laura Galante, photos by Mathias Svold, Sabrina Skjødt, Herbert Zhang

“Bad news sells” is, or rather used to be, the mantra in

Your weekly recap of Danish politics and society – Week 9

Your weekly recap of Danish politics and society – Week 9 »

Curious about what is going on in Danish society? Worry no more! Each week we will bring you the main political

Integrating expats into Danish society @ IFS Lektiecafé, Silkeborg

Integrating expats into Danish society @ IFS Lektiecafé, Silkeborg »

28 Dec, 2016
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By Emine Mercan

When you are new to Denmark, it can be quite tough to socialise, integrate and educate yourself – regardless

My Passport Says I’m German, But My Heart Says I’m Danish

My Passport Says I’m German, But My Heart Says I’m Danish »

By Sara Abbasi, with thanks to Anna Ferrari

“Where do you come from?”

A question that is asked very often by anyone you