On this first International Day of Education, students & teachers at DNS are excited to celebrate four decades of providing a unique pre-service teacher training programme.
Either you rebel, or you don’t. So, we train rebels: People who dare to speak up and who learn to use their capacity to promote positive change in their community.
Join this event which takes place 10 – 12 May 2019 in Western Denmark. Volunteer to help organise it, or contribute with a workshop or simply join as a participant.
Reflections from an action packed Erasmus+ project at the Tvind campus with participants from six countries sharing their stories. Expressing and creating culture through different forms of workshops.
We live in an oppressive capitalist society, but there are still many ways you can do good for the planet and humanity. Here are 99 ways how you can move towards living a more sustainable lifestyle.
Hot Air Balloon Team Tvind is a joint venture between DNS and the three care homes on the campus. A balloon team needs a pilot, a navigator, a crew of three people and a driver: Mantvydas from DNS 2017.
How can AI serve Feminist Theory and life? How can women take control of it? What happens after they take control of it? What do women want to pass on to future generations? #DAKINIProject
It has always been something fascinating but at the same time extremely far away. Something to dream about. The dunes of the desert. To experience these majestic natural phenomena is a life changing experience.
When we accidently crossed a national park in the southern Mauritania, I felt like a child. For the first time in my life I saw migrating birds in their winter habitat. It was deeply moving experience.
“I always say to my mom: I will not give you grandchildren, but the revolution”. Zac is a rapper with a mission: to disclose the truth about the reality of life in Mauritania. And the hopes of a people.
Most of today’s universities and colleges concentrate on dogmatic learning, not realizing how much it can bury someone’s potential. An alternative is needed: an affordable non-traditional global degree.
On our way back to Europe after more than 3 months in Western Africa, Simona and I decided to hitch-hike from Agadir to Tangier. Just to squeeze the last bit of adventure of our precious time.