Calais og Brussels
We travel in September to the french port of Calais on the English Channel, and then on to Brussels. Experience standing in the epicentres of two vastly different worlds and two vastly different ways in which the refugee crisis is being handled and gain insight into a multifaceted issue. Despite the differences between these worlds, you will be able to see how connected we are, both in the conflicts we jointly handle, and geographically, when we only travel by train and bus on the study trip.
An important forum for political debate and decision-making in Europe
Teachers on the study trip
Asmus Wisler Møller
Asmus has studied History of Ideas in many different places. He wrote his master's thesis on the importance of curiosity and is generally shaped by an urge to see and understand connections through geography and time.
Rasmus Feldingbjerg Drabe
Rasmus was born into movement of Free Schools on southern Funen, where he still lives. He is a trained officer from the army and teacher from The Independent Academy for Free School Teaching. He loves adventure, the ocean, and the subtleties of life