Stories about Denmark
Namibia denies accusations that it is building an internet war chest to effortlessly check up on its domestic critics.
As we witness the rise of the Yellow Vests, France revisits its bloodthirsty history.
Copyright proposals being pushed by European governance bodies must take into account the nature and potential uses of networked digital technology.
"It’s about poverty, the lack of opportunities...That is why young people find it more risky to stay at home...They say: 'I would rather die on the sea than stay here.'"
What do you do when your national language doesn't show up in Google Translate? If you're the Faroe Islands, you just crowd-source your own solution.
Around the world, an estimated 65 million people who, for one reason or another, have been forced to flee their homelands. This platform aims to reunite broken families.
A recent conference in Copenhagen brought together a wide cross section of people interested in creating peace in the midst of conflict.
“A Swedish guy, and a Mozambican guy, and a Danish guy, they’re speaking one language, which is the music language."
"We hope as well that the global community does not forget the places around the world affected exactly by this epidemic. Afghanistan is exactly one of those places.”
Is the world better suited for a climate change agreement than it was in 2009, when the last important negotiations took place?
The Danish daily newspaper Information invited 12 refugees, some newly arrived, all professional journalists, to take over the entire 48 pages of the newspaper on Friday, October 9.
Sound artist Jacob Kirkegaard used to be a musician. But he discovered he'd rather find sounds than make them. Now he records what other people barely notice.
Danes crowdfunded an ad welcoming refugees after the Danish Ministry for Foreigners, Integration and Housing announced its intention to publish one dissuading refugees from travelling to Denmark.
Danes are being urged to stand together after a gunman kills two people in attacks on a cafe and a synagogue in Copenhagen on February 14.
Two people were shot dead in Copenhagen during separate events over one weekend. See how the violence unfolded through the lens of social media.
We humans have been using expressions of hesitation for a long time. Linguists are now noting a shift in usage across a number of Germanic languages from "um" to "uh."
When NGOs communicate, they often go for narratives of distress and disaster instead of showing progress and potential. The result is a distorted and stereotyped view of the world.