The monthly recap of Danish politics and society – October 2018

The monthly recap of Danish politics and society – October 2018 »

By Gustav Hoejmark-Jensen, photos by Madalina Paxaman and pxphotos.com

In October, it is all about the money: Denmark discovers it has given 12.7 billion

Letter from the editor

Letter from the editor »

 

Dear readers,

This autumn, Jutland Station celebrates five years of existence. While this might not seem much, for a local magazine such

Letter from the editors

Letter from the editors »

 

By Bettina Andersen, Project Manager and Madalina Paxaman, Editor in Chief

A new beginning at Jutland Station

It all started with an

Co-founder of ‘Occupy Wall Street’ discusses the future of democracy

Co-founder of ‘Occupy Wall Street’ discusses the future of democracy »

Will democracy survive? We met with Micah White before the this month’s ‘Hypotheticals’ debate in Aarhus to preview his thoughts.

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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

Zulaika, the hybrid: An Afghan’s story of growing up in Denmark

Zulaika, the hybrid: An Afghan’s story of growing up in Denmark »

 

by Zulaika Popal, feature photo: Aarhus, by Giang Pham

Growing up in two cultures has its advantages and disadvantages – my case

“Turn that immigrant sh*t off”

“Turn that immigrant sh*t off” »

#EverydayRacism is a project formed to raise awareness on discrimination, racism, and bigotry. It is a series of stories told by ordinary people

Airbnb Horror Story: ‘I think I just experienced racism’

Airbnb Horror Story: ‘I think I just experienced racism’ »

#EverydayRacism is a project formed to raise awareness on discrimination, racism, and bigotry. It is a series of stories told by ordinary people

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

Being an alien in Jutland – Veganism in the land of frikadeller

Being an alien in Jutland – Veganism in the land of frikadeller »

a column by Anja Boencke.

I more or less stumbled across being vegan, when I moved in with one at the beginning of