Klitmøller lies on the western coast of Denmark and is home to around 1000 people. But rapid expansion and rising rent costs are causing division within the town. Is a solution to this problem in sight for the locals and the government?
‘In 2020, systemic racism became a worldwide issue that caused multiple conversations of how to combat it. The EU Commission has drafted a five-year plan to help with the issue’
Corona has led the tourist industry to stop and think, and for some it has been a time to reflect on how the industry effects nature and wildlife.
Since the re-opening of nightlife in the UK there has been an alarming ‘trend’ covering the country – ‘Spiking’; drugged by a needle injection or a pill that leaves the victim in a depressing state and has ruined ‘nightlife’s’ comeback from the covid-19 pandemic.
In Danish folk high schools, the curriculum includes everything from archery to yoga to practical sustainability. But what the students learn there is something quite different: self-worth and a sense of community.