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

Rethinking international politics with Aarhus Model United Nations

Rethinking international politics with Aarhus Model United Nations »

As European Capital of Culture 2017, Aarhus is the place to be when it comes to events that

An Aarhus Youtuber becomes a sensation after Trump wins

An Aarhus Youtuber becomes a sensation after Trump wins »

by Laura Maia “I am a Muslim, not a terrorist. If you trust me, give me a hug.” Open arms, blindfolded,

Living the US elections as a Dane

Living the US elections as a Dane »

4 Nov, 2016
PoliticsSociety

by Ella Navarro

Everyone is talking about it. Everyone is anxious to know the result. But while we stayed in Denmark watching debate

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

Homeless in the “happiest country in the world”

Homeless in the “happiest country in the world” »

 

How people fall through the cracks in the Danish welfare system

Story and photos by Haseena Manek

 

Like other Nordic countries,

Opinion: Danish government is confiscating dignity

Opinion: Danish government is confiscating dignity »

 

After fleeing war-torn regions and embarking on gruelling journeys, newly arrived refugees seeking sanctuary in Denmark will be ordered to hand over

After treacherous journey, Denmark provides no refuge for one asylum-seeker

After treacherous journey, Denmark provides no refuge for one asylum-seeker »

Khalil Hamdouna pokes his head out of his door, cringing at the sudden flood of early-morning sunlight in the hallway. Clearly just awoken, he says, “I’ll be right out.”

Denmark votes ‘no’ on EU referendum for further integration

Denmark votes ‘no’ on EU referendum for further integration »

4 Dec, 2015
PoliticsSociety

It is a no, again. On Thursday, December 3, 2015, Danish people voted for an “opt-in” referendum on whether to join (or not)

Renowned researcher visits Aarhus University to talk modern sectarianism

Renowned researcher visits Aarhus University to talk modern sectarianism »

Is the Middle East heading down a path to democracy, or will it remain plagued by conflict and violence?

By James Whitehead

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