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Lecture on Lutheran Theology and Art - Sunday 24 September

A lecture on Lutheran Theology and art takes place at The Danish Church, St Katharine's Precinct. The lecture is given by Cynthia Lumley PhD, Principal of Westfield House, Cambridge.

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Nordic Craft & Design at Manchester Art Gallery

In July 2018 Manchester Art Gallery opens a new, year-long display of important and influential 20th and 21st century craft and design from Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.

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Vacancies for Teachers of Danish

The University of Westminster is looking for teachers of Danish.

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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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2018 A-DS Scholar fundraising for Development Work

One of our 2018 scholars, Frederik Federspiel, has started an NGO that aims to do community-driven development work in rural Côte d'Ivoire. They are currently fundraising to be able to do their first project next year.

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Janne Malmros selected for group show in the Lake District

Former A-DS scholarship recipient, Janne Malmros has been selected for a show to celebrate Grizedale Forest’s 50th Anniversary of Arts and Culture in the forest. The show is running until 23 September 2018.

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Kate Grønholm - newly elected member of Council

We are welcoming Kate Grønholm who was elected as a member of the Society's Council at the recent AGM.

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Wayne Harber - newly elected member of Council

We are welcoming Wayne Harber who was elected as a member of the Society's Council at the recent AGM.

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Ekte Nordic Kitchen in Bloomberg Arcade

Newly opened all-day Nordic-inspired cuisine and take away offering for busy City locals, including the hugely popular smørrebrød sandwiches and Scandinavian pastries.

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Nordic Design for Children from Year 1900 to Today

V&A Museum of Childhood explores the cultural exchange of ideas between the Nordic countries and Britain and the worldwide impact of child-centred design.

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