The monthly recap of Danish politics and society – February 2019

The monthly recap of Danish politics and society – February 2019 »

15 Mar, 2019
MediaSocietyThe Danish

 

By Gustav Højmark-Jensen, photos by Pixabay.com

In this February recap of Danish politics and news: Danske Bank feels the pressure from the

In Denmark, Feminism is still considered a bad word

In Denmark, Feminism is still considered a bad word »

7 Mar, 2019
City LifeSociety

 

By Dánae Vílchez, photos by Synne Bjørnson and Everyday Sexism Denmark

Many recognize Scandinavia as the most gender-equal region in the world.

Århundredets Festival 2019 – a chance to experience the Interwar years

Århundredets Festival 2019 – a chance to experience the Interwar years »

 

By Madalina Paxaman, photos by Martin Dam Kristensen

The WW I is over, the innocence of La Belle Epoque is gone and

A new language school has officially opened its doors in Aarhus

A new language school has officially opened its doors in Aarhus »

 

By Madalina Paxaman and Laura Naima Kabelka, photos by Haoruo Wei and Guki Giunashvili

The language school (Sprogskole) is for the newcomer

The monthly recap of Danish politics and society – November 2018

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

 

By Gustav Hoejmark-Jensen, photos by pxhere.com and YouTube.com

In this month’s recap of Danish news and politics: The notorious social worker and

From strangers to creators on the Roots and Hybrid stage

From strangers to creators on the Roots and Hybrid stage »

11 May, 2018
EventsSPOT Festival

By María José Villanueva, photos by Siân Kavanagh 

Close your eyes and imagine: electric notes that transport you to the Amazon rainforest in

Not without my neighbours – the success of cohousing in Denmark

Not without my neighbours – the success of cohousing in Denmark »

3 May, 2018
Society

By Anne-Kirstin Berger

“Why?” Morten repeats the word with a sound of incredulity. Why did he come to live in Toustrup Mark? What

What does it take to get a star?

What does it take to get a star? »

8 Apr, 2018
City LifeCulture

By Lucía Camblor and María José Villanueva, photos by Siân Kavanagh

Anonymous, mysterious and strict: these are the adjectives that describe the inspectors of

Letters – a dying breed in Denmark?

Letters – a dying breed in Denmark? »

25 Mar, 2018
Society

By Anne-Kirstin Berger, photos by Guki Giunashvili and Anne-Kirstin Berger

These days, in a village close to Valencia, Laura and Ingrid, 12 and

Uncovered – Why nudity is not a taboo in the Danish society

Uncovered – Why nudity is not a taboo in the Danish society »

13 Mar, 2018
CultureSociety

By Anne-Kirstin Berger, photos by Guki Giunashvili

Water is dripping from Alexander’s hair as he heads out of the dressing room of Aarhus’