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‘HOTEL KONG FREDERIK’ HONORS CO-FUNDER OF HUMANITY IN ACTION, HERBERT PUNDIK
On Monday, October 19, ‘Hotel Kong Frederik’ (Hotel King Frederik) announced that they are honoring the co-founder of Humanity in Action, Herbert Pundik, by naming and dedicating one of their rooms to him and his wife Sussi. Room number “509” is now named “The Pundik Executive”.
Humanity in Action Denmark’s October ’43 Travel Grant is now open for applications
This travel grant is dedicated to young students and professionals who work with issues regarding refugees and/or the protection of minorities in either the academic, social, political or practical field. The travel grant applies to projects on Danish conditions or Danish engagements abroad.
"White Danes must actively distance themselves from racism," says Senior Fellow Mary Consolata Namagambe
White Etiquette - Senior Fellow Mary Consolata Namagambe speaks in the Danish national newspaper Weekendavisen about the need for a greater emphasis on anti-racist practices in Denmark.
All our Fellows conduct a hands-on local civil society initiative. Check out some of our community's projects.
No Straws Attached
Senior Fellow Priyanka Klara leads the charge against waste through a business-focused campaign to reduce needless straw use.
Det Turkise Telt ("The Turquoise Tent")
Det turkise telt’ is a Danish-Turkish arts and music festival that takes place annually during Aarhus Festuge, created by Senior Fellow Cagdas Citirikkaya.
Global Health on the Streets of Aarhus
Senior Fellow Simon Bech biked around Aarhus, Denmark with a trailer in tow to spread awareness of the social aspects to global health issues while funding field work by MSF.
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