June 6, 2022
Green Gate 2021

Reshaping the fashion industry

The way we understand fashion is changing. Fashion is no longer just about looking good, it is about being environmentally and ethically aware of how the clothes are being manufactured, where they are coming from, and what impact a piece of clothing has on our environment.
May 31, 2022
Egyptian parlamentarians in Copenhagen

Insights from the Danish Ombudsman

A delegation from the Egyptian Parliament gained a lot of inspiration during an exchange-trip to Copenhagen. A full day’s program at the Danish Ombudsman was the focal point.
May 26, 2022
Students from Assuit and Gladsaxe reunited in Copenhagen. Photo: Agnete Flyger // DEDI.

Local stories of climate change

After the students from Egypt and Denmark had met in Assuit, students from Assuit University traveled to Denmark to learn more about Danish agriculture for the second half of the program “Sustainability in Agriculture.”
April 27, 2022
The students posing for a selfie on the Western Limestone Plateau before continuing to El-Kharga Oasis. Photo: Elisabeth Vang Jørgensen // DEDI

Water in the desert

Danish and Egyptian students of geoscience went on a joint field trip in Assuit from 4-8 April to study the history of climate change in the New Valley desert and Kharga Oasis.
March 16, 2022
Women Take the Lead Publication Cover

Book release: Women leaders

BOOK RELEASE: "Women Take the Lead 2021: Addressing the challenges of young female leaders: 20 Perspectives"
February 1, 2022
Katrine Ebdrup Damgaard at Women Taking the Lead (Photo: Jakob Pagel Andersen)

Be the change

Katrine Ebdrup Damgaard has felt the benefits of the Women Take the Lead network in her conversations with male colleges and when she was holding job interviews.
December 30, 2021
Julie Lorentzen, Head of Division, Department of Management and Communication, Health and Care Administration at Københavns Kommune. Photo by Photo by Jakob Pagel Andersen

A new motivation

Meeting Egyptian women in leadership positions not only gave Julie Lorentzen a better understanding of life in Egypt. It also made her learn something about herself and her own country.
December 17, 2021

Smashing the glass ceiling

To Mayar Darwish, the Women Take the Lead Network has been both eye-opening and empowering. She is planning to share her experience with her team of women at Pepsico.
December 17, 2021
The participants enjoyed a full day visiting the organisation Very Nile at Qursaya Island. Here they explored the process behind Very Nile's up cycling projects and discussed urban sustainability. Photo: Rowan El Shimi // DEDI

Green networks

After attending the two international workshops of DEDI Green Gate project, Danish Tamar Bashary and Egyptian Manar Ramadan have no doubts when it comes to their new friendships being uniqe.
December 6, 2021
DEDI Alumni Club talks Gamification

Meeting again

Making it possible to stay connected, learn more and continue the dialogue and exchange, DEDI Alumni Club has invited the members to attend some 12 meetings […]