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Without land

New Times has met Bahar who is a famous Kurdish poet. Writing poems helps her to receive peace in her heart and flee from the tough situation and nightmare which you live in at all times as an asylum seeker By: Danial “I’m standing in the middle of the globe, …

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Students help refugees getting into higher education

Everybody should have access to education. This is the underlying idea and motivation of the young students that have initiated the newly started project “Student Refugees”. The purpose is to assist refugees in gaining access to and navigating within the Danish education system. By: Jessica Marchet Due to constant changing …

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Coding school for refugees

  “Denmark has a big volunteer culture where people want to do something voluntarily, especially when they have to share their knowledge. This has prompted many experienced people to join the teaching staff” By Hala Hack Your Future is a new project started in Denmark early this year. For more …

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“Now I can wear what I want”

“When I was 13 years old, I started to feel that I was different, but I wanted to keep on going like a boy because of my parents and the religious culture of my country, Colombia. I was married but I was secretly wearing my wife’s clothes at night once …

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Asylum seekers feed the guests at Roskilde Festival

Shiry is asylum seeker from Marocco and makes food at the festival with Sister’s Cuisine. By: Mustafa “We work so hard and the people really like our food so we have a lot of customers. We are here because  Sister’s Cuisine’s made a cook book with food from refugee women. …

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Eye contact with a refugee

Imagine having four minutes uninterrupted eye contact with a complete stranger in silence. And then imagine one of the people is a refugee. And the other is Danish. This was the project of Amnesty International at this year’s Roskilde Festival aiming at bringing people together By: Mila Mustafa, refugee from …

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The difference between Ramadan at home and in Denmark

The Muslim asylum seekers celebrate Ramadan in the asylum center away from their families. New Times met with two asylum seekers and had a talk with them about the difference between Ramadan in Denmark and in their home countries. By Hala Amal from Kuwait Amal is 42 years old and …

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