If we want to change something, we need to take responsibility over the things around us. If we are to take responsibility over our society, we need to work together with the people around us.
I want to be a good teacher and DNS taught me that it is only possible through a process of self-discovery and exploration. I followed that path since graduation and it takes me to places I could not have predicted.
Our mission is to meet people and learn about their reality and culture. Passing trough The Gambia we visited modern griot Alagi Mbye and his family to talk about mandinka culture.
Students at DNS take a great interest in food and sustainable lifestyles and diets. Thus, having a vegan lifestyle has gained momentum at our college during the last years. Tvind is a vegan friendly campus.
We have to deal with the uncomfortable fact that even if we are living on the lowest budget in our lifetime, we are still way richer than the majority of people around us. But I see them, and they see me.
Indré had the chance to conduct a short interview with him about the situation in Syria, the lack of insightful media coverage and the collapse of the United States of America.
Something happened at DNS during the spring of 2017. There was a sense of wanting to break up the ordinary routine, work across the teams and to “lift up” the college – to “go radical”
Kiribati will be gone. We know that. They know that. That’s why they bought land on Fiji 2000 kilometres away. An island nation itself, Fiji is elevated high enough to adapt to Climate Change.
You had never been interested in mechanics, and if something needed fixing, your father had done it, or you had called a plumber or an electrician. You were quite used to driving an ordinary car, but the mechanics of it?
I’ve had a passionate relationship with Kurdistan for five years. We’re only part time lovers, but the distance makes our meetings even sweeter. The Kurdish people has had a profound impact on me.
‘The Other’ helps to explain identity: why people feel the belonging to this certain group, ethnicity, gender, nation. Fear of “the Other” is being used to promote nationalism.
DNS is not just a school, but a program that becomes your life for 4 years and stays with you 4 ever. The demands are high and the programme challenges the students to abandon their comfort zones.