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?
The EU enhances its anti-racism efforts for five years with Action Plan
‘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’s clammy grip around the Faroese tourism has led to thinking green
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.
UK: It’s Time to Spike the Trend
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.
The school of life
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.