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Living quietly South

”Du skal til samtale med grænsepolitiet vedr. din sag kl.14 på onsdag den 5.” [You must attend a meeting with the border police about your case at 2pm on Wednesday 5th.] That is how the main line read in the letter I received from the authorities on that fateful day …

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Truth or Dare: Who’s fooling who in West Bank?

“This was neither the time nor place to create such a media stunt, not with children having been invited along, who were in a real danger of getting hurt,”  Sarah Madsen New facts are emerging about the incident that took place on 14th April on the West Bank, when a Danish …

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Women’s International Day, 8th of March

The 8th of March is International Women’s Day and is celebrated globally throughout the day. It is a day when women are appreciated and recognised for their struggles and achievements over the years. This day we will be looking for potential talent, motivating upcoming ones and hailing the achievements of all women worldwide, while ending discrimination by supporting women's equal participation.

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The International Day of Nowruz

The International day of Nowruz was introduced to the world in 2010 by the United Nations. Nowruz is the Persian New Year and is celebrated by many countries of Asia such as Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Albania, Azerbaijan, Turkey and more.     History of Nowruz Nowruz is the celebration …

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Shahram’s Internhip

New Times interviewed Shahram Babapoor from Iran. He worked in the reception at HCØ making bus cards and translating. Shahram didn’t have much education because during the Iran-Iraq war he went to Iraq as a refugee and didn’t have the opportunity to get a higher education. He explained, “I just went …

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Prejudice

In this life, we often refer to the images that our eyes communicate to our brain, to infer a person’s personality. The outer appearance of a person, for instance his gait, his dress, his size, his eloquence, his entourage, his social status, all these markers taken into considerations lead people …

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Women’s International Party

THEME: CONNECTING GIRLS, INSPIRING FUTURES HOST: GIRFRIEND2GIRLFRIEND INTERNATIONAL VENUE: THE OPERA, CHRISTIANIA, DANMARK ACTIVITIES Music, speaches, Afro jewelry clothes market, Afri nail art, African cuisine, designer drinks, quiz and a lot of love as  usual. TIMELINE 18:00 African Cuisine & Selektor Loupen’s dining set 19:00 African Quiz the Woman Edition …

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Illegal Immigrant? Welcome to the Clinic

In August 2011 Danish Red Cross, Danish Medical Association and Danish Refugee Council joined forces to open the first clinic for illegal immigrants in Denmark. It is a health service for foreign infants, children and adults, who do not have access to the Danish public health system. The clinic is …

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A Genocide that could have been avoided

Most of Rwandas population belongs to the Hutu ethnic group, who are traditionally agriculturists. For 600 years Rwanda attracted Tutsis – traditionally herdsmen. The two groups shared the business of farming, essential for survival, between them. They all referred to the Tutsi king and shared language, culture, and there were …

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Europe Discovering Itself

You are probably reading this article on your laptop or desktop. In your pocket, I am sure you have a mobile phone – this is the information age, my friend! Have you ever wondered how life was before computers and all current technologies came around? This is what the “Europe …

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