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In Support of Ukraine
Tag: Open Call
Humanity in Action is compelled to speak out in opposition to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Read our official statement.
The Rescue of the Danish Jews
We remember October 1943
Read the article by Nina Axelsen and Mikaela v. Freiesleben about October 1943 and why we should still remember these events today
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October '43 Travel Grant 2020: 'Fatherland' Documentary Premiering at CPH:DOX
2020 grant winner Benjamin Kodboel, along with Senior Fellow Nour Moazzen, have created the documentary 'Fatherland', which is now premiering at the annual Copenhagen International Documentary Festival (CPH:DOX).
Humanity in Action Releases Animated Documentary 'Voices in the Void' on YouTube
On the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the rescue of the Danish Jews in 1943, Humanity in Action is pleased to announce that its short animated documentary Voices in the Void is now available online on YouTube.
The 2022 Activity Report
The Humanity in Action Denmark Activity Report 2022 is now accessible for everyone to read. Enjoy!
THE OCTOBER '43 TRAVEL GRANT
Apply NOW for the travel grant of DKK 30.000
The Humanity in Action Denmark October '43 Travel Grant is now open for applications
More news from Humanity in Action
Webinar: The US Midterm Elections 2022
The mid-term elections in the US on 8 November 2022 could be a turning point in American politics. All seats in the House of Representatives, and 35 of the 100 seats in the Senate, are up for grabs. The election takes place in a country deeply divided. What themes are shaping the election campaign? Learn more about American politics and its consequences when Humanity in Action invites you to a conversation with Helle Porsdam, Professor of History and Law specialising in contemporary American History (the webinar is in Danish).
Webinar: Europe after the war in Ukraine
With the invasion of Ukraine, Russia has used hard power on a continent that thought this kind of war belonged in the 20th century. What will the war mean for European politics and self-understanding? What will be the long-term consequences? Find out more about the broader meaning of the war in Ukarine in this webinar with Historian Uffe Østergaard.
Webinar: Ukraine - History, Society, Culture
Watch our webinar on Ukrainian society, culture, and history with Director of Ukrainian-Danish Youth House - and Senior Fellow - Julie Arnfred Bojesen. Julie presents key facts about the country's history, culture, language, and society, and answeres questions from teachers.
Teachers across the country are challenged daily by questions about the war in Ukraine. Pupils in Danish schools are influenced by news and media images, and they ask interested and concerned questions. What would your students like to know about Ukraine? And what would you, as a teacher, like to know more about in order to answer their questions? Watch our webinars designed especially for teachers. (The webinars are in Danish).
No Straws Attached
Senior Fellow Priyanka Klara leads the charge against waste through a business-focused campaign to reduce needless straw use.
Global Health on the Streets of Aarhus
Senior Fellow Simon Bech biked around Aarhus, Denmark with a trailer in tow to spread awareness of the social aspects to global health issues while funding field work by MSF.
HER Docs Film Festival
HER Docs Film Festival is the first documentary film festival in Poland presenting the oeuvre of womxn filmmakers.
2021 Travel Grant Winner
Humanity in Action is happy to announce the winner of the Humanity in Action October '43 Travel Grant: Conrad Aminak (2021 Cph Fellowship)
Unity of the Realm and Human Rights
The 2022 Copenhagen Fellowship dives into the complex issue of the Unity of the Realm from a human rights perspective
Become a Fellow
Every year, new Humanity in Action Fellows come together in six cities across Europe and the United States to study how and why people resist intolerance and protect democratic values.
01 Year duration
150 Fellows per year