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

Learning to LARP

Learning to LARP »

At a small efterskole in northern Jutland, LARPing is more than just a nerdy hobby — it's an education in itself

@SPOT Festival: “A New Drug? – Music as Medication”

@SPOT Festival: “A New Drug? – Music as Medication” »

by Isabelle Bonenkamp

“Music is experienced, performed and shared by people in all societies, ages and social groups.  Recently, neuro-scientific interest in music has

Why not learn Danish?

Why not learn Danish? »

The first argument of many internationals in Denmark when they explain why they don’t learn Danish: it is not a wide-spread language as

Amnesty International: Can a letter save a life?

Amnesty International: Can a letter save a life? »

12 Nov, 2015
EducationSociety

Last weekend in Odense, Amnesty International Denmark hosted the annual campaign seminar for all the activists around Denmark. Around 50 activists were present

Battling ethical misconduct in academia

Battling ethical misconduct in academia »

3 Jun, 2015
EducationSociety

A recent case of scientific fraud in the United States sparked discussions about problems in academia once again. A UCLA grad student, Michael