By Sara Abbasi, with thanks to Anna Ferrari
“Where do you come from?”
A question that is asked very often by anyone you
a column by Anja Boencke.
I more or less stumbled across being vegan, when I moved in with one at the beginning of
Time to humiliate you in front of everyone you know.
a column by Anja Boencke, visuals by Teresa Weikmann
After fleeing war-torn regions and embarking on gruelling journeys, newly arrived refugees seeking sanctuary in Denmark will be ordered to hand over
We all know Denmark is a beautiful and prosperous country, with both a welfare state and an education
Is the Middle East heading down a path to democracy, or will it remain plagued by conflict and violence?
By James Whitehead
Despite the video clip being taken offline, the media stink following the Danish government’s Monday release of Voteman still lingers.
We have to break the taboo about vaginas, about female sexuality, about the exploitation of women’s bodies, about gender violence, argues Jutland Station contributor Sofia Lotto Persio, who will rise today as part of a global alternative Valentine’s Day initiative.
There is something increasingly bizarre about the changing reputation of our small nation state: Last year we were the happiest-hippie-bacon-producing nation in the world. But it seems that we will not only receive discounts and applause from the world this year.