We invite guests from a wide section of Danish society, to discuss cultures, politics, socio-economic issues, integration, official policies and much more.
The reason why we produce programs in English language is that in the greater Copenhagen area, there live nearly 1.5 million people. Among them, a sizeable number speak English in their daily life, for example: diplomats, foreign students, expatriates, Green Card holders, nannies and au pairs as well as a large number of ethnic and religious minorities who are settled in Denmark. We wish to reach them with the message of involvement, sense of belonging and participation.
The program is non-party political and neutral in its approach to issues but always keep human rights in the center.
Bashy Quraishy is born in India but grew up in Pakistan. Studied Engineering in Germany and USA, and later studied International Marketing in London.
Member of several commissions, committees and boards, involved with human rights, ethnic/religious equality issues, anti-racism, Roma discrimination, islamophobia and anti-semitism, both in Denmark, EU and internationally.
Author of 8 books and 30 policy papers on minority issues – media, ethnic identity, islamophobia and racism in European Union, intercultural living, integration, human rights and minorities in the media as well as NGO networking.