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Travelling to Denmark during Covid-19

Anyone considering travelling to Denmark is advised to check the latest guidance and recommendations from the Danish police (regularly updated): https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark https://politi.dk/coronavirus-i-danmark/rejser

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Re-opening of Danish cultural venues beginning of June 2020

At the beginning of June most cultural venues in Denmark will reopen, including new social distancing and safety measures in place and new booking systems.

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Online Art Programmes - Louisiana Channel

Louisiana Channel is an online ressource deveopled by the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebæk, Denmark. The Channel provides its audiences with a library of over 750 programmes on art and culture.

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SUPERFLEX presents - online films

The Danish artist collective SUPERFLEX was founded in 1993 by Jakob Fenger, Bjørnstjerne Christiansen and Rasmus Nielsen. As a reaction to the pandemic they are now making one of their films or audio works available online every week.

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VLOG Sandi Toksvig journeys through the world of forgotten women

British-Danish comedian, writer, radio and television presenter Sandi Toksvig is using her time in lockdown to make vlogs on YouTube. The topics of the vlogs, Vox Tox, covers a wide range of topics, but with a distinct focus on women's history.

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Hotel Bethel in Copenhagen offers Discount for Anglo-Danish Society Members

Signed up members of The Anglo-Danish Society enjoy a 10% discount at the unique Hotel Bethel, a former seamen’s home in the picturesque harbour, Nyhavn where Hans Christian Andersen resided across the water in No 67.

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SUPPORT OUR SCHOLARS APPEAL

This year is the 60th Anniversary of our charitable Scholarship Programme for postgraduate students – British students in Denmark and Danish students in the UK. You can help us continue to support our students with a donation to the Programme.

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Home Office publishes details of settlement scheme for EU citizens

EU citizens will be able to apply for settled status in 3 easy steps for less than the price of a passport, under plans outlined by the Immigration Minister.

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