Understanding the Danes and their culture
For expats who would like to know more about the connection between the making of modern Denmark and Danish culture today.
Denmark is a strange, little country. An island kingdom, far away from the center of Europe. An agricultural country, having gone through a fairly rapid industrialization. A former naval and trading power turned into a small, very homogenous nation.
This session will cover historical developments leading up to the current society, business structure and special Danish cultural traits, values and norms. The course also covers current events, media and politics.
The goal of the course is to give the participants an initial understanding of, why Denmark is the way it is, Danes the way they are, and an interest in current events in Denmark.
The session takes place June 11 from 17-19 (5 – 7 p.m.), at the Embassy of Lolland-Falster, Rosengården 7, close to Nørreport S-train station. See map here.
Price: this session is offered for free to promote the work of Work & Life Denmark, but a donation of 50 kr for snacks and rent of the venue will be welcomed.
As there are a limited number of seats available, please sign up by writing to Jens.
Please see more about the venue and other sessions before the summer here.