Back to the roots: Copenhagen rediscovers old baking traditions

Written by Jule, Johana and Marie The corona pandemic has made many Copenhageners enthusiastic again about a centuries-old product: bread. What this means for...

Copenhagen hosts the World Press Photo

The World Press Photo exhibition, now in Copenhagen. The Politiken building hosts this year winning photos, until the 17th October. Winning photo, taken by...

Tightening of citizenship rules affects freelancers and students

Denmark has a strict immigrant policy, but this year, the conditions for getting Danish citizenship tightened up. Since the biggest change requires applicants for...

How a Danish gentlemen’s agreement can ensure more family-friendliness in European parliaments

written by Jule Ahles, 04.10.2021 In the Danish Parliament (Folketing), the parties have long agreed to fill only a certain proportion of their seats...

Greenland’s struggle of identity

written by Marie Groß Almost 70 years after the end of the colony and the achievement of autonomy, the Greenlanders still have difficulties to...
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COPENHAGEN-BASED CHURCH CLAIMS THE COLOURS OF PRIDE

The colours of pride and their symbols are the norm in Copenhagen. In Kristkirken at Vesterbro they claim and praise the movement. Written by...
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Danish church founds English congregation

The Copenhagen-based church Eliaskirken on Vesterbro has decided to try something new. The priest William Salicath has started an English-speaking congregation. Written by Daniel...

Copenhagen: Why ‘Mounted’ Police Forces are the New Thing

The Danish Police department, in Copenhagen, use ‘mounted’ strategies to ‘keep the peace in the streets.’ Whilst being a small authority, they make a...

Greenlandic politician says the island need a discussion on foreign affairs

At the International Press Centre in Copenhagen, two representatives from Greenland discuss the issues concerning Greenland and foreign affairs.  Written by: Fredrik Holtekjølen. Aaja Chemnitz...

Copenhagen: The Success of their Annual Flea Market

Hundreds of people attend the Copenhagen second-hand flea markets, due to being the ‘best flea-markets’ in Scandinavia. Individuals can sell any product from homemade...