Nanna Bak-Jensen lives in Copenhagen, holds a BA in Political Science and is currently pursuing an interdisciplinary MSc in Global Development at the University of Copenhagen. As part of her studies, she has spent half a year in Rome working as an intern at the Danish Mission to the United Nations as well as conducted field work in Tanzania. Besides her studies, Nanna works as a student assistant at the Confederation of Danish Industry, focusing on international development and how the private sector can contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Nanna has a long history of engagement with the Danish civil society and she is passionate about fighting global inequality and securing human rights for poor and marginalised populations.
Updated May 2020
More from Nanna Bak-Jensen
Presenting the Podcast Series: 'Stories From the Unity of the Realm'
In this podcast series the 2020 Copenhagen Fellows delve into some of the topics covered in the 2020 Copenhagen Fellowship. Find out more about the podcasts here.
'Stories From the Unity of the Realm' - Episode 6: 'LGBTQI+ Movement in Denmark'
Why has the LGBTQI+ movement in Denmark been so successful? And which struggles remain for the Danish LGBTQI+ movement? Find out in this episode made by 2020 Fellows Johanna, Eiko, and Nanna for the 2020 CPH Fellowship podcast series.
Humanity in Action Denmark Announces the 2020 Danish Fellows Cohort
From a competitive pool of applicants, 24 Fellows from Denmark were selected to join the 2020 Humanity in Action Fellows cohort.