NEW CLASS: Business training and entrepreneurship skills for refugees
This new class aims to promote the social and economic integration of and equal opportunities for refugees and migrants. In the class, we will work together to develop and support the entrepreneurial potential of refugees and migrants, and to help minority community members become successful in their work life. The class takes place every Wednesday from 1:30—3:30 pm in the Small classroom. For more information, call Job Coordinator Simon Christensen at (+45) 51 20 54 08.
BORGERFORSLAG: 20,000 signatures obtained
Folkebevægelsen for asylbørns fremtid (People's Movement for Asylum-seeking Children's Future) has collected 20,000 signatures for their ‘borgerforslag’ (citizens’ law proposal) demanding better living conditions and legal rights for children of rejected asylum seekers in Denmark. If we collect 50,000 signatures before June 8, 2019, the Danish Parliament have to debate the law proposal. You can sign the proposal here (Danish citizens only).
DEMONSTRATION: One world against racism and fascism
Join the big demonstration against racism and fascism that takes place this Saturday at Rådhuspladsen in Copenhagen from 1–3 pm.
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NEW HOURS: Vores Asylbørn
The legal counseling hours of Vores Asylbørn (Our Asylum Children) has changed to Thursdays, 6–8 pm.Vores Asylbørn is specialized in cases of unaccompanied refugee children and adolescents. We also help refugee families with children. You can book an appointment by showing up or emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
DEMOCRACY CLASS: The Indian Independence Struggle
The Democracy class takes place every Friday from 2:30–4 pm and is open to people with special interest in politics and communication. This season, Democracy class will analyze a series of revolutions that changed the world. This Friday, Mar. 15, Ruru will give a presentation about the Indian Independence Struggle. See what next Friday's topic is in Trampoline House calendar