Sami and Mouhammed left Syria as it spiralled out of control and are now embarking on new lives in Sweden. While their journeys north
were filled with danger, they are aware of the new challenges they face as they start over in a foreign country
Modern agriculture is unsustainable, but what are the other options? On November 12, The Murmur will team up with the restaurant MadMad Madbodega to host a panel discussion about the problems facing food production, and what realistic solutions are on the table. Restaurant owner Heather Thomas explains why it such an important issue to address.
In international newspapers, immigration minister Inger Støjberg wants to run an information campaign to warn off asylum seekers from seeking protection in Denmark. But while the move satisfies her parliamentary partners in the populist Dansk Folkeparti, dissenting voices within her own party Venstre argue it is a petty and counterproductive strategy
In her popular podcast Strangers, Lea Thau finds meaning in the lives of others. But along the way, the Danish radio documentarist explores her own feelings and place in the world, between the dynamic but heartless American society, and her roots in the compassionate but dull Danish welfare state
In the Dream City area of the Roskilde Festival camping site, organisers let the participants build whatever their imagination permits (almost). Last week we went to take a look. The Post Office at 1:30 was particularly awesome.
An alliance of populism, liberalism and ultraliberalism will attempt to form a new right-wing government. But the left wing are consoled with having Denmark’s largest party, and a rising – but untested – green ‘alternative’
Local politician Kristian Hegaard was excluded from decisions about tough budget cuts because he had a conflict
of interest : he is disabled. While he has always pursued his dreams, he believes society needs to ensure that everyone is given
the opportunity to succeed, regardless of their burdens