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You can become a Board Member!
Now is your chance to influence the future of Humanity in Action Denmark. What should the next fellowship look like? What should be the main priority of the organisation? Which conversations should we facilitate in the future?
The 2022 HUMAN RIGHTS Copenhagen Fellowship podcast series
During the 2022 Copenhagen Fellowship, our Fellows created a series of mini-podcasts. All episodes touch upon issues related to Human Rights and the Unity of the Realm. Let our Fellows enlighten you, touch you and spark your curiosity!
Humanity in Action Denmark Announces the 2022 Danish Fellows Cohort
From a competitive pool of applicants, eight Fellows from Denmark were selected to join the 2022 Humanity in Action Fellows cohort.
The Activity Report 2021
The Humanity in Action Denmark Activity Report 2021 is now accessible for everyone to read. Enjoy!
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.
Three reasons to spend your vacation on the school bench
The university paper "Uniavisen", from the University of Copenhagen, features an article (in Danish) about Summer schools. One of the summer schools described is the Humanity in Action Fellowship.
Announcing the Recipient of the October '43 Travel Grant 2021
We are proud to announce that we have found the recipient of the Humanity in Action October '43 Travel Grant 2021.