Palestinian reality is debated across the globe. However, often by international academics, journalists and politicians. The Danish House in Palestine has invited a number of Palestinians representing different outlooks and areas of expertise to share their perspectives.
“Growing up in Palestine is far from easy, especially in refugee camps, where clashes, shootings and tear gas have replaced the joy and laughter that should be a matter of course in any child’s life. There are efforts, however, to move the lives of children in refugee camps in the right direction.” Director Lone Bildsøe Lassen in the latest newsletter.
The Danish House in Palestine is a non-profit, non-governmental, politically independent organization. We facilitate dialogue and cultural exchanges between Danish and Palestinian practitioners. Our aim is to strengthen bilateral relations and encourage mutual respect and understanding between Denmark and Palestine.
The Danish House in Palestine is located in a beautiful, renovated house in Ramallah’s old city. We are open Sunday to Thursday from 9am to 4pm. You are always welcome to stop by for a cup of coffee and a talk.