The Ukrainian-Danish Youth House is visiting Copenhagen
At this year’s Youth Summit, the Ukrainan-Danish Youth House is moving to Valbyparken. The event will take place between the 8th – 9th of September. The Youth House is an initiative between Danish Cultural Institute and Danish Youth Council.
Become a part of a new international community – and learn more about the eastern neighboring countries.
The team behind the Ukrainian-Danish Youth House is coming to Copenhagen to take part in this years Youth Summit. At the festival the Youth House will be opening their doors to a new international house – which you can become a part of.
By taking part in the event, The Youth House is planning on inspiring and creating dialogue – and not least hear what the Danish youth is looking for in a youth house.
The Youth House will be facilitating a workshop for two high school classes.
At the stand there will be a VR-experience of Ukraine and a “mini youth house” where you will be able to make your mark.
It will also be possible to take part in a “neighbor quiz” where you will get the opportunity to learn more about the easterne neighboring countries: Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.
The event is going to be filled with talks and debates where the goal is to learn more about similarities and differences between being young in Eastern Europe and Denmark.
The Ukrainian-Danish Youth House is created in collaboration between Danish Cultural Institute and Danish Youth Council.