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We are a branch organization for the Danish road transport industry. DTL speaks out for our members locally, nationally and in the EU. We help members with everything from legislation to concrete challenges in the companies. DTL is also the employers' association for the Danish transport industry.
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The NEMO project develops cutting-edge technologies enabling emission-based tolling and mitigation solutions to reduce urban air and noise pollution from transport.Remote sensing, multifunctional barriers and novel road pavements lead the way to cleaner, quieter andhealthier urban environments.
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The Political Festival of Europe is a yearly democracy festival that aims to gather citizens of Europe over the course of four days to discuss politics and embrace Europe’s rich history and cultural heritage. The Political Festival of Europe takes place in a town called Mariager – also known as the city of roses – an old, idyllic medieval town with crooked houses, cobblestoned streets and timber framed houses. With a modest population of just over 2,500 inhabitants, Mariager town will soon become the place where European democracy will come to life gathering hundreds of thousands of Europeans who want in on the future of Europe. Our mission is to be a place of: Courage – where we dare discuss the future of Europe “Peoplelization” – where we build communities as well as celebrate, showcase, and spread insights to local, regional, and national cultures Inspiration – where we establish debates, dialogues, hearings, and citizen involvement Accessibility – where we create an informal environment for citizens, politicians, and business leaders to meet Anchoring – where we anchor and raise the importance of our democracy for the future of Europe at a local level  In line with our missions, our vision is to “peoplelize” European politics and become a platform, where we strengthen democracy and unity in Europe. We aspire to become the political Olympic Games, where everyone has the possibility of participating in creating the future of Europe. The COVID-19 pandemic has given us all the more reason to create a platform, where we together can discuss European politics and its future. A platform, where people actively can get involved in developing European democracy. The inspiration behind Political Festival of Europe comes from the Nordic tradition of folkemøder –  a concept we want to take to the next level and raise from national settings to a pan-European setting in order to discuss matters that influence everyone in Europe. What is a Folkemøde?  The Danish tradition of Folkemøde [Folk – people; møde – meeting] is a public meeting that dates back to 1839. It is a political event that gathers people with different political views and positions in the interest of democracy. A Folkemøde takes form of informal discussions and speeches across opinions and hierarchy that strengthens active involvement of all participants – every one has a say, every one is heard. After the concept faded away in the 1940s, neighboring Sweden’s own form of folkemøde – Almedalsveckan introduced in 1968 – became the inspiration and groundwork for Denmark to revive the concept on the island of Bornholm in 2011 with their very own annual Folkemøde. It took on popularity fairly fast and has generated thousands of national visitors ever since. So far held at national levels, we aim to expand this concept to the whole of Europe. Here is why. What the purpose of a Folkemøde? The Danish model of Folkemøde is the cornerstone for democracy and pays tribute to the community. The foundation of a Folkemøde lies in dismantling barriers between citizens, politicians and decision-makers in order to bring politics closer to the people and to make society a better place for everybody.  The aim is to lead discussions about how to improve the future of the society and have citizens participate in shaping change. A “folkemøde” aims to: o   Inspire and challenge political views and visions o   Let people meet and listen to politicians they voted for o   Let people have a say and be heard o   Increase trust between citizens and decision-makers and hold politicians accountable o   “Peoplelize”, ;build a community where culture is showcased and celebrated o   Facilitate meaningful debates and anchor them in the political agenda  As cultural heritage is also celebrated in a Folkemøde, entertainment and good food are an integral part of such an event. Hence, at the Political Festival of Europe, you will be able to find arts and crafts, music and gastronomy, alongside the political debates, speeches, workshops, hearings etc.
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European Training Centre Copenhagen is a modern training agency and project facilitator delivering cost-effective and efficient training seminars by utilizing the best located facilities and partner opportunities in Denmark and Europe. ETCC and our partner beneficiaries could find the best solution together with you.European Training Centre Copenhagen is an agency organised as a network organisation cooperating with Danish and international key-specialists in order to ensure the most updated and best-practice based training on our seminars and workshops.
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Food & Bio Cluster Denmark is a non-profit cluster management organisation, incubator and project organisation with nationwide coverage and headquarters located in the Central Denmark Region. The organisation was founded in 2020, by a merger between four Danish clusters to form a new “supercluster”, one of the largest of its kind in Europe with 250+ members ranging from small start-ups to some of the largest companies in the world. The merger was formed in collaboration with the Danish Agriculture & Food Council and Danish Food and Drink Federation and with additional support from Aarhus University, Technical University of Denmark, University of Copenhagen, and Danish Technological Institute. Food & Bio Cluster Denmark is a team of 40 specialists with different skills and backgrounds and manages on average about 40 regional, national, and international projects – all centred around innovation, financing, and internationalisation within the agriculture, bioresources, energy, environmental technology, and food sectors. The cluster has five physical locations across Denmark, and is therefore well-connected with stakeholders in Denmark, as well as private companies and research institutions. The aim of Food & Bio Cluster Denmark is to create synergies and initiate sustainable solutions for the future, maintaining the country’s internationally recognised leading position within food innovation and ensuring that Denmark continues to be the centre of development for future solutions within food and bioresources. By sharing resources from the four organisations, Food & Bio Cluster Denmark gains new resources and skills, enabling it to further support the food and bioresources sectors in the country.
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GOTO is the enterprise software development conference designed for team leads, architects, and project management and is organized for developers, by developers. As software developers and architects ourselves, we wanted to craft the ultimate conference. The result is a high quality conference experience where a tremendous amount of attention and investment has gone into having the best content on the most important topics presented by the leaders in our community, staged in an intimate environment needed to support as much learning and networking as possible.
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GOTO Copenhagen 2019 highlights the technologies, methodologies and skills you need to know today to build systems of the future. Learn about new trends, connect with industry experts, share your passion, and grow your skills.
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Boarderschool with focus on sport. Small school in suburbs of Copenhagen.
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VIFIN is a knowledge and research centre at the Municipality of Vejle. We work to create, disseminate and mainstream good practice on integration and social development at the local, regional, national and international levels.  The Municipality established the Resource Centre for Integration (VIFIN) in 2002 to create a resource centre that collects and processes knowledge on integration of ethnic minorities and also develops and implements integration projects and activities. Within the field of integration, VIFIN’s core competence is development of digital material for learning Danish as a second language. Over the years, our competencies have expanded and today go beyond integration and language learning, and include smart learning and pedagogical innovation with digital tools in general. We also work with projects and activities on smart city, resilience and sustainability. VIFIN sources its funding for projects and activities from the European Union, Danish ministries and from income-generating activities. We see ourselves as a combination of resource centre, project organisation and consultancy agency.
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International Trading (IT) is a trading company that specializes in expanding Danish products and services to South Asian Market. We are always eager to find new trading partners and establish a good relationship in international trade markets. We work like a bridge to connect companies, provide effective and efficient services and facilitate them to expand their product and market.
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Institute for Learning in Higher Education (LiHE) is an international academic not-for-profit association founded in 2007 for the advancement of learning-centred higher education (HE). We explicitly work as a network organisation to bring together international researchers and practitioners within HE, to further advance international research and publication of ways in which to successfully design and implement learning-centred HE. LiHE is run voluntarily by a group of co-directors all serving as professors at top-universities and business schools.As a network organisation LiHE brings together scholars who support a move from a traditional paradigm with content-based syllabus-driven didactic teaching to a learning-centred paradigm with focus on the relationship between curriculum development, teaching and study methods, and students
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Maersk Oil is an international oil and gas company with operated production of about 600,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day. We produce oil and gas in Denmark, the UK, Qatar, Kazakhstan, Brazil and Algeria. Exploration activities are ongoing in Angola, Norway, the US Gulf of Mexico, Greenland and in the producing countries. Turning marginal and challenging fields into commercial successes has been the cornerstone of Maersk Oil
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Human[i]ties Perspective is an academic conference and career orientation event supported by the DG of Education and Culture of the European Commission. As part of the REALISE IT joint initiative between the Erasmus Mundus Association (EMA) and OCEANS Network, this conference aims to facilitate a collective reflection on some of the key challenges facing the Humanities in the 21st century in Europe among young academics, professionals, and professors.
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ActionAid Denmark fights poverty by promoting the political empowerment of the world’s poor. MS supports long-term development work, education programmes and campaigns as well as exchange of experience and knowledge between people. MS is part of ActionAid International.
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 Aalborg University offers education and research within the fields of natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, technical and health sciences. Aalborg University currently consolidates and further develops its profile as a dynamic and innovative research and educational institution oriented towards the surrounding world. It is characterised by combining a keen engagement in local, regional, and national issues with an active commitment to international collaboration. 
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INFORSE-Europe is a network of 75 non-profit NGOs from 35 European countries. Works for a sustainable energy world with renewable energy and energy efficiency. Among activities are: Publish Newsletter, working out scenarios by 2030 and 2050, organising European Seminars for NGOs, participating on EU Green Week and UN Climate conferences, and making cooperation projects among the members. CSO at UNECOSOC, UNFCCC, EU transparency register.
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The Department of Entrepreneurship and Relationship Management (IER) is rooted in a business economic tradition. Methodically, the department is based on learning cycles with businesses and industry promoting institutions.  The interaction with the surrounding business community is expressed through co-operation in relation to research projects and in the lectures in which theory and a practical understanding and knowledge go hand in hand.IER is based in Kolding, Sønderborg and Slagelse campus and has about 85 employees. The activities of the department are organized in three research groups and on administrative unit that, based in their academic skills, handles the tasks of the department within research, communication and education.
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