Youth is breaking the myth of Danish rural territories Reportatge originalment publicat a Blog Aarhus Universitet A clear blue sky rarely frames the day-to-day life in Skive, a small Danish town in the west of Jutland. Emilie Louise De la Rosa Andersen, a young psychology student in Aarhus, has lived most of her life in … Continua llegint The ‘rotten banana’ gets healthier
Cristina Gironès Martín & Arzia Halida Tivany Across the globe, the quantity of female journalism students has become more apparent, despite the fact that fewer women are working in the industry as journalists. In some cases, most professionals tend to leave the industry relatively early in their career. This article identifies the experiences of young … Continua llegint Challenges and strategies of female young entry-level journalists in the media industry in Indonesia and Spain
As one of the largest migrant workers communities in the world (UN Women, 2019), in Indonesia,working abroad has become a means of escaping poverty. (Setyawati, 2013) The government activelypromotes labor migration as a temporary solution to national unemployment and poverty where themajority of labor supply work as low-skilled and semi-skilled workers in the sectors of … Continua llegint Why is the Indonesian labor migrant force, one of the largest in the world, mostly formed by women?
Julia Natri & Cristina Gironès January 2021 Pablo Hasél, a rapper, has been condemned to two years and a day in jail for praising terrorism, and for slandering Spanish state and royal institutions in his songs. On the same day as Pablo Hasél was ordered to report to prison, the president of the European Court … Continua llegint Spain, the country with most imprisoned artists in the world
Reportatge originalment publicat a Blog Aarhus Universitet Cristina Gironès & Kimberly Nicolaus In two years, fossil gas will run through a pipeline from Norway to Poland via Denmark. Its construction hinders the green transition and harms the environment. In the middle of the Lillebælt strait, ships start to build parts of the Baltic Pipe. The construction … Continua llegint Baltic Pipe: A Great Risk to Achieve the Climate Goals
Reportatge originalment publicat a Blog Aarhus Universitet Cristina Gironès & Kimberly Nicolaus The young people themselves are responsible for getting infected because they don’t stick to the restrictions. That’s the main answer to the question of why especially the youth is infected with Covid-19 in Aarhus. However, the statistics show that the number of tests taken are the highest in … Continua llegint Youth, in the spotlight of the Covid-19 spread
Publicat originalment a Blog Aarhus Universitet Cristina Gironès & Chu Yang On the south side of the Aarhus River stands a squared building, reminiscent of an industrial warehouse. The Godsbanen is a cultural center that was built in 2012 in one of Denmark’s largest train freight yards, with the aim of offering a space for those artists who cannot afford the rent … Continua llegint Aarhus “K”, the “Kultur” district used for artistic expression
Publicat originalment a Blog Aarhus Universitet Just as you enter the square in front of Café Mellemfok, a banner with red letters stands out over the poorly parked bicycles and the colorful graffiti on the walls. “We support activism for peace in El Salvador”, it announces. This emblematic space of the city of Aarhüs serves as a central … Continua llegint An oasis for sustainability