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Food waste in Kenya and India: will you dare to solve it?

Diary of UNYA Case Competition participant Tamara Beresh, Ukrainian living in Denmark, while pursuing the 1st year of Joint MA in Global Studies from Roskilde University and University of Vienna, working in Danish Red Cross, Humanitarian Diplomacy and Advocacy Unit. 21/05/2017 – Copenhagen, Denmark – We often consider learning as something rigidly scheduled and academic. […]

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UNYA Denmark launches branch in Aalborg

Since its foundation, UNYA Denmark’s mission to be a place for youth with an interest in the UN had been confined to Copenhagen. That changed when the first branch outside the capital was launched  in Aalborg on November 16.   Based in International House North Denmark, UNYA Aalborg will be a community for young people interested […]

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Young People Engage in Sustainable Development

  By Viktor Lerche-Jørgensen Lassen   On a Wednesday evening in September, about a hundred young people gathered at the UN City in Copenhagen to discuss the Sustainable Development Goals and how to get involved with them. The event which took place on September 27 was conducted by UNYA DK, and had sold out weeks […]

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Who is António Guterres?

For the fifth time in as many straw polls António Guterres emerged as the preferred candidate of the Security Council for the position as the next Secretary-General of the UN. But who is he, and how did he become so popular in the Security Council?     By Viktor Lerche-Jørgensen Lassen   On Monday, a […]

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