The profile of an expat in Aarhus: Kate Dahl

The profile of an expat in Aarhus: Kate Dahl »

 

By Madalina Paxaman, photos by Judy Jørgensen and Greg McQueen

Internationalization is, it seems, the story on everyone’s lips these days

The monthly recap of Danish politics and society – December 2018 and January 2019

The monthly recap of Danish politics and society – December 2018 and January 2019 »

 

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

After a short break during the winter holidays, we are now back with

Lunar New Year: Aarhus celebrates the Year of the Pig

Lunar New Year: Aarhus celebrates the Year of the Pig »

 

By Haoruo Wei, Photos by Haoruo Wei

The legendary dragon is dancing around the hall decorated by national flags of China and

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

Your weekly recap of Danish politics and society – Week 17

Your weekly recap of Danish politics and society – Week 17 »

30 Apr, 2017
SocietyThe Danish

Curious about what’s going on in Danish society? Worry no more! Each week we bring you the main

Your weekly recap of Danish politics and society – Week 15

Your weekly recap of Danish politics and society – Week 15 »

16 Apr, 2017
SocietyThe Danish

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

“If you’re gay and brown”: Life as a gay immigrant in Denmark

“If you’re gay and brown”: Life as a gay immigrant in Denmark »

22 Feb, 2017
RefugeesSociety

In a country that was the first in the world to recognise same-sex partnerships in 1989, a Filipino tells his love story

Survivors of conflict living in Denmark, past and present

Survivors of conflict living in Denmark, past and present »

15 Feb, 2017
RefugeesSocietyYoutube

 

by Sarah Price

For many of us, it’s hard to imagine a life void of security and stability in our home countries.