How the Upcoming Referendum Could Impact Future Cross-Border Family Law Cases

If you think the upcoming referendum is only a matter for Danes, you are wrong. The outcome of the vote can impact the lives of …

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Danish Parliament opens with a minority government

The first tuesday in October is traditionally the day when the Danish Parliament, Folketinget, officially opens after the summer break. The coming parliamentary session is …

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DENMARK TO HOLD REFERENDUM ON EU OPT-OUT IN DECEMBER

On 3 December, a referendum will ask voters in Denmark to replace Denmark’s current “opt-out” of the EU’s Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) rules with …

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Confused about the Danish refugee talk?

First they said 100, then they said no to more and now they say yes to 1,000. The Danish Government’s communication concerning refugee and immigration …

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Huge support from the Royal family for international education

No other than her HRH the Crown Princess Mary officially opened the new buildings of Aarhus Academy for Global Education (AAGE) – the international, English-language …

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System is not designed for refugees who do not want to stay in Denmark

The consequence of foreigners avoiding contact with Danish Police and not wanting to seek asylum in Denmark has been chaos at the Danish borders to …

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Election Posters – Placards – a race against time and political adversaries

The moment Statsminister Helle Throning Schmidt announces the next election, Astrid Aller will drop what she is doing and join her comrades in the race …

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New Danish film A SECOND CHANCE by Susanne Bier, starring Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, will be out in Danish cinemas as of 15 January 2015

The talented Danish actor has become a movie star thanks to his charismatic role in HBO’s hit Game of Thrones, but who is he? By …

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