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Wasted time without education

Hanna Hussein is a 20 years-old Palestinian, who has been in Denmark for one year and half. She has been living in the different asylum centers since the end of 2014. During all this time, the only study she had was four month of basic Danish language in a school …

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New asylum radio in Denmark

  The Bridge Radio aims to give asylum seekers a radio voice and invites all interested to workshops. New Times met the two Danish students behind the radio station. By: Eden Many asylum seeker’s voices do not reach regular people’s ears, but that is necessary, because many Danes do not …

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Asylum seekers invited to play football 

The Danish professional football player, Patrick Mtiliga and his friends invited asylum seekers to a day of football, dance and dinner. The goal was nothing more than to make them happy and put a smile on their faces. New Times joined the day, and interviewed some of the people involved. …

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Art gallery on the walls of Center Kongelunden

The painter, Maria Dubin, volunteered to paint the empty white walls of Center Kongelunden for free. She graduated from Ecole Nationale de Superieure de Beaux Arts, Paris. Maria Dubin said, ”I am honoured to be here, and to meet people from all over the world, and get to know their stories.”

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Be who you are

It can actually turn out to be an advantage, if you make use of your background as an immigrant, because you have unique resources and knowledge.

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Some activities are only for women in the Trampoline House

Every Saturday a group of women holds a meeting in the Trampline House. Among the women are asylum seekers from other nationalities and Danish women. By: Eden Some women are not free to share their stories with men, but in the Women’s Club all women are free to speak. In …

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