Several parties in the Danish parliament announce their support for removing the current lifetime ban male to male sex has in blood donation. Continue reading Parties across the political spectrum support gay rights legislation in Denmark
Many european countries have allowed gay men to donate blood, but the otherwise LGBT-friendly country of Denmark is still gives gay men a lifetime ban from donating. But changes to the rule are being discussed. Continue reading Should the doctors trust the donors?
Denmark, one of the most environmentally-friendly countries in the world, is further equipping its cities to be ambitious to lower carbon emission. Aarhus is one of them.
By Justin Tong and Shajia Abidi
It has been two years since Ukrainian crisis struck and the country continues to undergo many cultural, political and social changes. Today, positive initiatives are welcomed not only by citizens, but officials as well. A unique urban art project was launched recently in Kyiv. ArtUnitedUs mediates hope and dedication for change and better future.
By Andreas Pedersen & Dominika Píhová
More than half of young Danish girls use oral contraceptives, better known as birth control pills, in order to prevent pregnancy or regulate their periods. Experts discuss different opinions why girls begin consuming the pills at such a young age in Denmark.
By Demi Korban
Danish village finds an answer to the refugee crisis
While countries within the EU are fighting over refugee quotas, the Danish village Vemb in the middle of no man’s land is welcoming their new ethnic neighbours with open arms.
Groups of people who live under their own invented flags are now facing a war. It’s not the traditional war nations face, country versus country but instead a struggle to hold onto their unique identity and not fade back into mainstream society.
By Francine Crimmins & Emily Mundzic
A few local authorities in the United Kingdom care for almost half of the unaccompanied asylum seeking children who come across the borders. After budget cuts and overextended resources, vulnerable children remain without guardians and proper legal care.
By Jessica Voorhees