World’s Women in Denmark are speaking at Folkemødet 2018. They will talk about the barriers immigrants meet when talking “incorrect fluent Danish”. World’s Women in Denmark have arranged a debate to take place at Folkemødet on Bornholm, 16 June 2018 from 10.30-11.30. We will be talking about the barriers immigrants
At the well-prepared dialogue meeting at the Talk Town 2018 festival, the organisation Feminist Change has raised the subject of becoming and being old. World’s Women in Denmark have contributed to the joint discussion with a focus on ethnic minorities. You can hear the interview with our representative Olga Fruerlund
Learning about the history of the Danish women’s movement from the people who were there, get the retrospective view of the actions taken by Danish women in the 70’ies to raise awareness about their struggles, and much more, was all made possible for those, who attended the screening of the
” Openness, the feeling of security and safety – those were the first impressions of Denmark that we got during our visit in the country”. The Russian delegation, which we welcomed in May, summed up their experience using these words. During two sunny Spring days we were busy completing a
We have taken the next step of our international project Youth-Trio – Socialization, Culture, Creativity. We will now send two of the artists of our society to Karelia (Russia) to teach within their field of expertise. One is opera singer Yolanda Mendez Brockdorff and the other is professional photographer Claudia
”Women of the world in Denmark” commemorate this year that 100 years ago women in Denmark could run for parliamentary elections in Denmark. In cooperation with FIU-equality, we organize a brunch, where we have invited the pioneers of our generation – the first politically active women with an ethnical background.
Every Christmas our organization tries to teach our members something special about the Danish traditions. Earlier, we have made Christmas decoration, learned Danish Christmas songs, enjoyed traditional Christmas lunch. This year we decided to learn how to make traditional Christmas sweets. This enjoyable Danish tradition is about the whole family
On November 7, 2017, exactly 100 years after the Russian revolution, which was one of the most landmarking events in the 20th century, the Women of the World in Denmark society will bring focus on Alexandra Kollontaj. Alexandra Kollontaj was one of the driving forces in the revolution and a