Aarhus on the map: From registration to healthcare

Aarhus on the map: From registration to healthcare »

 

by Lizzie Roberts, map by Malika Baiazova and Livio Marc Stöckli

Arriving in a new city can be daunting, especially if you

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

Your weekly recap of Danish politics and society – Week 4

Your weekly recap of Danish politics and society – Week 4 »

29 Jan, 2017
SocietyThe Danish

 

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

Made in Jutland: The bitter-sweet life of Ole Lund Kirkegaard

Made in Jutland: The bitter-sweet life of Ole Lund Kirkegaard »

29 Jan, 2017
BooksCultureSociety

 

by Mark Walker, feature photo by Koldinghus Museum

There aren’t many people who can claim to have died in a place that bears

Your weekly recap of society and politics- Week 3

Your weekly recap of society and politics- Week 3 »

23 Jan, 2017
SocietyThe Danish

 

by Elisabeth Liv Bjerregaard Christensen, Anders Bo Andersen and Mie Olsen

Political moves Danish special forces to combat IS in Syria: On

Back home to Aarhus

Back home to Aarhus »

8 Jan, 2017
Society

by Ida Lassen

I remember clearly how every time we came back home from a vacation or smaller trip, my Dad would play

“Turn that immigrant sh*t off”

“Turn that immigrant sh*t off” »

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