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In the beginning of 2018, Mellemfolkeligt Samvirke (ActionAid Denmark) is opening Aarhus' new oasis of diversity: Café MellemFolk! It will be a non-profit café focusing on sustainability and global perspective. Kaspar volunteers at MellemFolk and explains how you can...
Migrants are not just people coming from the Middle East to Europe. Everyone can be considered as migrant nowadays. The aim of the Voices of Migration Festival is to show the diversity of migration through stories, literature, music and...
With it finally looking like spring in Aarhus, everyone has started shedding layers of clothes that firmly covered people during the harsh winter months. And the Danes are a culture that are comfortable with shedding more layers than perhaps...
When we hear the terms 'modern slavery' or 'human trafficking', we cannot help but imagine something that only happens very far away. However, these atrocities sometimes occur right down the corner. Slow News focuses on the United Kingdom, regarded...
Less plastic, more ethical consumption In our Good News this week, Shubham Kaushik introduced a very humane action from a German association. "Little Homes", rolling mini-houses, are created for homeless people over the winter so that they have a warm...
Climate change is global and Denmark is a country surrounded by water. Two facts that the people who live at the coasts of Denmark feel everyday. Last week, Studenterhus Aarhus organised a study trip to the West coast of...
Too small, too big, not my style anymore: Almost everyone has clothes that he or she does not wear. “Tøjfællesskabet” is a place where you can exchange these clothes against others. Organised by two friends, Marlene and Stine, the...
Denmark might not look very big on a world map, but what it might lack in square kilometers, the Scandinavian country makes up for in the number of Danes that have made a name for themselves on the global...
Denmark might experience major public sector strike Because there have been negotiations between authorities and trade unions and they could not agree so far, on April 10th, it might be the first time that a huge strike, or 'lockout', will...
Last November, the United Nations stressed that Latin America and the Caribbean is the most violent region in the world for women. According to a Small Arms survey conducted in 2016, among the 25 countries with the highest rates...

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