Who are we?

The Minority Changemaker Programme is a cooperative between three partners. We believe in an open, diverse, and democratic Europe.

In March, 14 young students from minorities in all of Europe attended the first Minority Lab in Copenhagen, Denmark.

In March, 14 young students from minorities in all of Europe attended the first Minority Lab in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Foto: Grænseforeningen

The partners behind the Minority Changemaker Programme are The Danish Border Association (Grænseforeningen), Jaruplund Højskole, and the University of Southern Denmark (Centre for Border Region Studies). 

We are supported by the Youth of European Nationalities (YEN) and collaborate with other European organisations such as ECMI, EURAC, and FUEN.

We are funded primarily by the Danish Border Association (Denmark) and the School Association of Southern Schleswig (Germany). In addition to this, about 25% of the funding is generously provided by different foundations.

We are not financed by any national government or political party, and the programme has no political, national, or religious affiliations.