On November 11, the director of the Ministry of Immigration, Integration and Housing will visit Trampoline House to meet with our director Morten Goll and discuss Trampoline House's integration model and methodology.
Later that week, on November 13, Morten Goll will participate in a radio panel debate about Danish integration policies broadcast live from asylum center Kongelunden. Tune in on P1 Eftermiddag.
Also, on November 13, Uzma Ahmed (development consultant for the Red Cross, co-founder of The Brown Feminists, and former party member of the Danish party The Alternative) will do a workshop in Trampoline House on the terminology and categorization used for people with brown complexion/non-local heritage. The workshop will explore racial privilege by looking into the life experiences of being a minority. Is it an advantage or a disadvantage?
View all our activities and services this coming week in our calendar.
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