Faces of New York
We asked five New Yorkers to tell us what's most important to them.Go to →
We asked five New Yorkers to tell us what's most important to them.Go to →
Queens is a melting pot of 2.3 million nationalities from 100 countries, speaking 130 languages.Go to →
New York is about the people that walk its streets. A faceted throng of ethnicities, backgrounds, and childhood dreams.Go to →
We asked five New Yorkers to tell us what's most important to them.Read more
Queens is a melting pot of 2.3 million nationalities from 100 countries, speaking 130 languages.Read more
New York is about the people that walk its streets. A faceted throng of ethnicities, backgrounds, and childhood dreams.Read more
Al-Baqa’a is so much more than a soccer club at the bottom of the Jordanian Premier League.Read more
Yasar Durra tries to teach future journalists in Jordan to navigate between professional competence and lack of press freedom.Read more
Nidal Mansour has made it his mission to defend journalist's rights in Arabic countries.Read more
7iber is a medium that braves Jordan’s inhibited press freedom.Read more
Sara Williams is a Canadian journalist in war-torn Middle East. Now she's pregnant, but that's not supposed to change a thing.Read more
An ’authentic’ Beduin experience at Oasis Desert Camp in Jordan turned out to be very different than expected. (In Danish)Read more
Adira and her children took the potentially fatal flight through war-torn Syria.Read more
25 year old Fateh fled Syria, but the war still haunts him.Read more
The Middle East refugee crisis has put neighbouring regions under strain. Jordan is one of the countries under a lot of strain.Read more
Jordanian Asma, Ola and Wala’a worry about tourists staying away from their home country. (In Danish)Read more
Today three school boys interviewed me about integration. All their questions were about islam. (In Danish)Read more
Patience is a virtue when it comes to the troublesome process of democratization.Read more
Was the referendum that will make Brexit reality really just an opinion poll?Read more
Are artists naive when they talk about politics? (In Danish)Read more
Political Science teacher, Nick Wright, analyses Brexit and its potential consequences.Read more
An enthusiastic Brexit activist tells about how the ‘leave’ campaign took back control.Read more
If you come to London without knowing what Brexit is, asking immigrants will give you a pretty good idea.Read more
Thailand is a popular tourist destination, but that is not the whole story. Part of it is a chaotic political situation that not many tourists are aware of.Read more
Myanmar’s hidden pearl, the temple city of Bagan, has been taken hostage in a political game. (In Danish)
Even though Myanmar is seeing a nascent democratization, the rohingya minority is as persecuted as ever.
Turning Tables is an NGO working to empower marginalised youth and allow their voices to be heard.Read more
Las Patronas means ’the guardian angels’ in Spanish. To thousands of migrants these women are exactly that. (In Danish)Read more
Myanmar has to be aware of the potential consequences of tourism and focus on building a true democracy. (In Danish)Read more
The democracy in Myanmar is not as spotless as international media usually say.
Being an embryonic democracy, Myanmar is still a country torn between its different states and their regional patriotism. (In Danish)Read more
The rugged beauty of the Wadi Rum desert makes human life feel humble.
While Jordan's neighbouring countries suffer from war and unrest, Jordan profits by growing tourism.
What we learned from meeting an activist from Turkey’s Occupy Gezi movement.Read more
Meeting members of the movement inspired us to reconsider our relationship with nature.Read more
At Battery Urban Farm kids learn about sustainable farming and climate change.Read more
Stop’n’Swap is all over New York.Read more
Green City Force helps disadvantaged youth in New York to find their place in the American job market through green training.Read more
The story of a youth sports camp in Lebanon in pictures.Read more
We focused on portraying the diversity we met on the streets of Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Hebron and Nablus.Read more
Experiencing everyday life in Palestine is as rewarding as trying to understand the conflict between the Palestinians and Israel.Read more
Life in Thailand means bigger wages and shelter from the Burmese military rule.Read more
A peep into the lives of Burmese migrants in Thailand. (In Danish)Read more
Want to learn more about how EU works, but don’t know where to start? Begin right here. (In Danish)Read more
We can’t shield our kids from knowing about cruelty. But we can find the best storytellers. (In Danish)Read more
A group of women who used to work for Triumph took control of their lives and established their own sustainable underwear brand. (In Danish)Read more
Shah came to Denmark with a mission. He wanted to meet young people from across the world and promote peace in his war-torn country.Read more
Why in the world couldn’t I just let go of Simon Andersen’s remark? I have been thinking about that ever since.
A presentation on sustainability and examples of what it takes to achieve sustainable transition.Read more
Berkan is a 28-year old architect from Istanbul. He took the step from talk to change.Read more
A peep into one of the world’s most lengthy conflicts that is so hard to grasp. (In Danish)Read more
Imagine if studying at university meant grafting cocoa trees and producing compost.
How can art be a revolutionary tool? We asked the Dutch artist Jonas Staal who founded the New World Summit.Read more
The transition will not happen without us. Investing money is one thing, investing your time is even much more important, says climate policy expert.Read more
Global Warming Membership Club is a company inviting people to consume their way out of the environmental crisis. Or is it?Read more
Politicians are not there to rule us, but to represent us, says Daniel Hires, co-founder of Silent Climate Parade .Read more
In 2014 Fredrik left his computer work in Copenhagen to become an organic farmer.Read more
How does the French nationalist youth movement, Génération Identitaire, work with change making?Read more
This tutorial gives you some guidelines on constructive ways of telling stories.Read more
The 25 year old folk high school student from Syria used to be a dentist before he had to flee.
Khaled Diab fled the war in Syria. But his story might be one of the happier ones.Read more
This is Tasneem's story about her involvement in the Syrian war, the dream of freedom and her friends who died for it.Read more
We have just wrapped up the second Sports Unite Youth summer camp. In spite of different challenges such as money, security and material. (In Danish)Read more
Life in Israel and Palestine is full of taboos. This photo series depicts everyday life on both sides and how people make it work. (In Danish)Read more
To give us a sense of those young people’s life conditions in Lebanon she did an indescribably powerful thing.Read more
In Istanbul ordinary people's stance on Syrian refugees is mainly characterised by compassion and openness.
What is it like to be a refugee student at a Danish folk high school? (In Danish)Read more
A homestay with a Burmese immigrant family taught us that even the poorest are not necessarily powerless.
Fulvio Vassallo Paleologo explains about mass migration from a juridicial point of view.Read more
The African migrants are the modern 'hunter-gathereres' that collect bottles to survive and sleep in the streets of the capital of the world's happiest nation.Read more
Arthere Istanbul is a hip café in Istanbul. It's also the place where Syrian refugees try to heel through art.
Abdullah Muzaffari was 12 years old and all alone when he became a refugee. He didn't even know where Denmark was. (In Danish)Read more
A portrait of Europe and its young generation.Read more
Tanja from Denmark has made her way to Athens to take part in the everyday life of a squat for refugees.Read more
In Palermo, Sicily, Elena Askløf and Peter Laugesen met with Massimo Sferrino, an activist in Forza Nuova.Read more
When the fierce earthquake hit Nepal, Julie Weis Moeslund had to fight for survival.
We may all be living in a global village, but my son and I still need eye contact to really start listening. (In Danish)Read more
On the trip to Myanmar I not only learned about the country and its system, but I also became more critical of the system I come from. (In Danish)Read more
I have a friend who’s name is Eden. She has been treated like a worthless suitcase.
Thousands of people in Mexico jump the infamous fright train, 'The Beast', as illegal migrants in search of a better life.Read more
Ayman and Omer were rejected in Denmark. Now they're trying their luck in Germany.
On refugees, migrants, numbers and humans. (In Danish)Read more
Students from Odder Folk High School had some insight into the Ethiopian school system and football.Read more
Sara Christensen actually didn’t want to go to Africa. Until she went to Ethiopia on a study trip with Odder Folk High School.Read more
At Village of Hope many former drug addicts find people who care for them for the first time in their lives.Read more
Raiman had a safe childhood, but became a drug addict in his early teens. Now he shares his story.Read more
A sneak peek into how folk high school students develop new ideas for Global Storytellers.Read more