- a three-month once in a lifetime course in spring 2020
Join a three-month course at a Danish folk high school:
- Experience real Danish hygge! And make lots of new friends among 40 students from all over Europe
- Visit Roskilde Festival, among the most unique music festivals in the world
- Gain 15 ECTS-points through a pertinent academic curriculum from the University of Southern Denmark
- Emerge in topics such as European diversity, democracy and minority rights presented by committed academic staff and politicians from all over Europe
- Participate in a study trip and meet Europeans dedicated to minority issues
- Become an ambassador for minority rights in Europe
What is Minority Changemaker Programme?
The project Minority Changemaker Programme is an initiative of the Danish border Association (Grænseforeningen), which also sponsors the project with 270.000 Euro. Jaruplund Højskole situated in a green area in the outskirts of Flensburg, Germany, offers education and accommodation to the European students that will be part of this special Nordic concept for adult education that generally does not grant academic degrees. However, this project offers the students to obtain ECTS-points for further studies. Project partners are also the University of Southern Denmark and Youth of European Nationalities (YEN).
Who is Wienke Reimer?
Wienke Reimer, project manager of the Minority Changemaker Programme, was born 1991 in Schleswig as part of the Danish national minority in Germany, cand.schient.anth. (International studies and antrophology), Aarhus University, 2018, master’s thesis about the North Frisian minority in Germany, studied at Danang University, Vietnam, research project about nationalism and racism in South Africa. Lives in Berlin. Earlier employed at the Minority Secretariate in Berlin. Has earlier worked as a volunteer in Grænseforeningen’s Ambassadors project.
Want more information?
Contact: Wienke Reimer, Grænseforeningen, +45 2990 8605, email@example.com