New bus company throws it’s hat in the ring

by Lucy Arup and Peter Buchholtz Placed in between the gaps of the chain link fence on the path leading to Copenhagen’s central bus...

Fares not fair, say Danish bus passengers

By Lucy Arup and Peter Buchholtz The German bus operator Flixbus expands its empire to Denmark, putting pressure on the competition. Meanwhile Danish passengers...

Danmarks Radio tackles mistrust

by Lucy Arup and Peter Buchholtz As the media and press from countries such as the UK, Germany and the United States attract more...

Is DR doing enough to combat stereotypes?

By: Chloe LeValley and Henry Wong Western media has a tendency to categorize all African countries as impoverished, said Niels Kvale, a DR foreign...

Competition leading to further sustainability?

By: Chloe LeValley and Henry Wong In Denmark, everyone has the free choice of energy companies but most citizens don’t care or are not...

Major energy companies in Denmark are selling their oil, leading to a greener future

By: Chloe LeValley and Henry Wong The largest company in Denmark, A.P. Moller-Maersk, just sold its oil and gas firm to a French energy...
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SEX EDUCATION IN DENMARK IS LESS ABOUT SEX AND MORE ABOUT IDENTITY

More than half of U.S. schools do not require sexual education to be taught, and when they do, there is a strong emphasis on...

When Machinery does good

The high pitch noise of heavy objects cannot be heard until the door of this warehouse is open, and given the color and aspect...

Innovative changes improve the life of residents

The laughter of kids and chatty people gather on a sunny Sunday at Tåsinge Square in Copenhagen. Different tables are placed on one of...

The Fight Against Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

By Mary Jefcoate Changing a tradition embedded in culture and religion can be a difficult task but sometimes a necessary one.   The UNFPA works with small communities,...