I’m active in Denmark

Manal Tahhan is a Syrian woman who has worked with different jobs since she arrived in Denmark. She has been very active because she wants to improve herself in a new country. By Sarah Manal’s first step in Denmark It is so important for everyone to survive in a safe place …

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Bethesda is a house of mercy

Bethesda means house of mercy and is an NGO which aim is to assist migrants and refugees in their efforts to settle in Denmark By Danial Bethesda is an NGO, non-profit organization, where people can start having a new network in Denmark and where refugees and asylum seekers can meet …

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Mother: “A piece of my soul stayed in Aleppo”

By: Hala “I breathed with a sigh of relief when my son was able to get out of Aleppo with the help of an International agreement in December 2016. I came to Denmark almost two years ago, but I had to leave my two sons in Aleppo. I thought at …

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New refugee cookbook

A new unique cookbook has just been released on the market in Denmark. It shares tasty recipes from female refugees’ home countries. By: Eden “The book is important, because it gives the possibility for asylum seekers to tell their story and present their country through the recipes in the book,” …

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Change of roles: A former caseworker in the hot seat

Daniel Møller Ølgaard worked as a caseworker in Centre Sandholm for eight months last year. His job was to interview asylum seekers, but today we change the roles, so he is interviewed by an asylum seeker. By Marion Chen As a former caseworker in the Immigration Service, Daniel has mixed …

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Controlling the media is dangerous – I saw that in Iraq

A system without criticism towards the people in power makes me think about the dictatorship I experienced back home Opinion piece by: Makmoud Trump is attacking the media that critisizes him. That is like our old dictator in Iraq, Saddam Hussein. In Iraq, we experienced Saddam talking for two hours …

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Love story: “I don’t know if he will be deported”

By: Hala Her: Evalene, Philippines: : “You are not 32!” That was the first thing he said to me when I picked him up from the station. He thought I looked younger. That was one year ago after two months of talking on the phone. When I got the first …

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New magazine out – Spring 2017

In this magazine we dedicate several of our pages to small portraits of some of the people who have arrived to Denmark to seek protection. By showing these portraits we hope to build bridge between the many newly arrived refugees and our Danish readers. We hope you will enjoy them …

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Explore Copenhagen with free attractions

Living in or visiting Copenhagen can be quite expensive, but I found several things to do for free in the city. Explore art, nature and much more with this guide. By Mila The capital of Denmark, Copenhagen, is known as an eco-friendly destination with helpful and friendly citizens. Copenhagen is also …

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