Minority Changemaker Programme may be postponed to 2022, but it will take place online this spring in a new format.
This is not just another lecture, but rather an engaging workshop where YOU will be in focus. We want to hear your points of view, your history and your ideas – and we will provide experts and teachers to start the discussion.
For a taste of the Højskole tradition of singing together, we will be inviting our very own house pianist and teacher Rigmor to accompany us in a virtual sing-along at every workshop. Music is integral to Danish Højskole and we will be discussing the songs we're singing as well.
On top of the more academic discussion, all workshops will have a short more low-key presentation from one of our teachers about something they're passionate about. That could be anything from board games or cooking to medieval architecture or the bird migration of the barnacle geese (you might be surprised).
We're tired of conference calls too. It's been a long year. But we really believe that these workshops will be a lot of fun and hopefully a small consolation. No matter what, in this way we're offering a taste of MCP this spring Wednesdays at 16.00-17.30 approximately/4 to 5.30 o’clock PM.
April 21st: Introduction: Do minorities matter? with Lise Arildsen, Grænseforeningen
April: 28th: The European history of minorities with Martin Klatt, Southern Denmark University (SDU)
May 5th: Minority politics with Martin Klatt, SDU
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