-#2: The history and culture surrounding politics in Japanese democracy. Written by Michiyo Terasaki, Crossing Borders National Coordinator for Japan. Japanese democracy began gradually during the Meiji period (1868-1912) when Japan was struggling diplomatically with foreign Read more…
At Crossing Borders we offer many different types of programs from workshops to summer courses and debate camps.
On an annual basis Crossing Borders runs 10-15 international projects, always under a Human Rights based approach. The implementation of these projects are done with local partners within Europe, West & East Africa and the Middle East.
We offer workshops to students of Danish schools and high schools. The topics are diverse and schools can tailor them according to their needs.
In response to the global crisis of youth unemployment, Crossing Borders is upgrading its volunteer program to become a career booster for youth.
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What is “Real Democracy” in Japan? Written by Michiyo Terasaki, Crossing Borders National Coordinator for Japan –Prologue: What made me interested in democracy for the first time in my life?- “The spouse of the Prime Read more…
“We have the power to choose, moment by moment, who and how we want to be in the world. Right here, right now.” This was a statement by Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, a neuroanatomist, as Read more…