Yearly Archives: 2012

Iftikhar Gilani: What makes Denmark corruption-free

This article was published in Inquilab in Urdu language. Below is the English translation. Inquilab is a multi-edition paper published simultaneously from 10 places and the largest circulated Urdu daily in India. The leading and widely circulated Pakistani daily Duniya also published it as lead page column. Heading is a country without corruption,lessons for India [...]

November 21, 2012

Knut Gotfredsen: Anti-corruption the Danish way

As part of the ‘India Today Copenhagen Tomorrow’ programme, three Indian journalists came to Copenhagen to exchange ideas and learn about specific Danish topics which they were keen on reporting about. One such topic was corruption – and understanding why Denmark ranks as one of the world’s least corrupt societies. This video clip shows you [...]

November 19, 2012

Three Indian journalists: What we take back with us to India

As part of the ‘India Today Copenhagen Tomorrow’ initiative, three Indian journalists were invited to come to Copenhagen to meet the Danes and experience their culture. In November 2012, they had an intense week in Copenhagen, full of meetings, impressions and ideas on how to co-create a better future. EVALUATION   Ms. Aditi Tandon, Special [...]

November 14, 2012

Copenhagen, share your ideas with the world

Dr. Annapurna Vancheswaran, Director of the Sustainable Development Outreach Division at The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) is visiting Copenhagen on 6-9 November 2012. After having visited Copenhagen Municipality’s Mayor of Sustainability, this was her immediate response: “Copenhagen’s plan to be climate neutral by 2025 is a fantastic idea. I hope that you succeed, as [...]

November 7, 2012

Conference on global software development

The IT University of Copenhagen invites you to ‘participate’ via video in a conference which focused on the challenges and opportunities in global software development. The Global Software Development conference, held on 10 September 2012, was aimed for practitioners who are curious about the current state of the art within globally distributed software development both [...]

November 2, 2012

The holy and the art

Contemplations over a dead cow at Arken Museum of Modern Art. Holy cow! It can be complex to judge what is art and what is just offensive. By Inanna Riccardi A highlight of the ‘India Today Copenhagen Tomorrow’ initiative is the contemporary Indian art exhibition shown at Arken Museum of Modern Art in Copenhagen. When [...]

November 1, 2012

Harihanan and Garg: About transculturation and multiculturalism

In October 2012, the University of Copenhagen organised a public reading with two of the most brilliant and talented contemporary Indian writers, Githa Harihanan and Mridula Garg. Here are two video interviews with them which were recorded after the event. Githa Hariharan is an Indian writer and publisher. She has published several essays about cultural [...]

October 17, 2012

CIID: Design as an innovation-driver

In this interview, Vinay Venkatraman, co-founder of Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design, explains the reason for the success of the institute which is today reciding in one of the finest addresses in Copenhagen CIID was founded in 2003. Since its first step in a little room in Amager, a suburb of Copenhagen, it has become [...]

October 10, 2012

Shanta Serbjeet Singh: The idea of India

In this video clip, Ms. Shanta Serbjeet Singh talks about the idea of India, Indian culture, and the core ideas of India such as holistic view of life on earth, respect for nature, oneness, and interdependence of all beings. Ms. Shanta Serbjeet Singh is the Vice-President of Sangeet Natak Akademi – the National Indian Academy [...]

October 9, 2012

Aromar Revi: Co-creation is the only way to move forward

Aromar Revi is a practitioner, consultant, researcher and educator with over a quarter century of inter-disciplinary experience in public policy and governance. As a story teller, Aromar, takes us through an incredible journey in India – a country with a long history, hundreds of different spoken languages and many diverse, living cultures. India is a [...]

October 9, 2012

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