Conrad Aminak is a Greenlandic student in Odense, Denmark. He was born and raised in Tasiilaq, an Easthern Greenland city, and is currently living in Denmark where he studies Financial Economy. He fights for equal representation for voices of youth from smaller and bigger places in Greenland, and he is working to raise awareness of societal issues among young Greenlanders in Greenland today. Societal issues such as suicide, sexual abuse, and alcoholism. Greenland is an autonomous territory within the Kingdom of Denmark. The population is concentrated mainly on the southwest coast, while the rest of the island is sparsely populated. Because of this it is difficult for Greenlanders to get help when it comes to these serious challenges. That is why Conrad reaches out to the World to secure help for those who doesn’t have a voice to reach out for themselves.
Updated May 2021
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