Is the Middle East heading down a path to democracy, or will it remain plagued by conflict and violence?
By James Whitehead
Under the title “In The Same Boat – Moving forward in the refugee crisis” the non-profit organisation “Crossing Borders” invited to a debate
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O Mundo airs every wednesday on the Student Radio of Aarhus. The host Jaime
Although Denmark is widely considered one of the most equal countries in the world in terms of gender parity, figures in the field of academic research tell a different tale.
Hanna Wolf explores the effects of the attacks on the French magazine Charlie Hebdo on Denmark and the Viby-based newspaper Jyllands-Posten.
Denmark’s political scene has been rocked by the creation of a new party, Alternativet, headed by charismatic ex-Culture Minister Uffe Elbæk. We talk to him about doing politics differently.
Whilst Denmark is viewed worldwide as a model for gender equality, at a local level women are unrepresented – now a new generation of women want to change that. By Ellie Sellwood.
Rabih Azad-Ahmad, leading Aarhus candidate of Radikale Venstre, combines centrist politics with a remarkable background
Our writer attended an election meeting at Trøjborg Beboerhus, where representatives of various parties spoke about their politics. Here she describes how the