Tjek hvad tidligere elever har lavet, mens de har gået på Krogerup Højskole.
Emil Lukas Bo Jørgensen har Fotografi som hovedfag. Emil har taget et foto der blev spottet og anvendt til Ungkunst-projektet og den tilhørende plakat.
Eleverne Clara David Vinde fra Journalistik & Medier samt Anne Lise Bloch fra Fotografi skrev sammen denne artikel under deres rejse til Tyrkiet:
Police Maintain Strong Presence At Dicle University
Five days after violent student clashes at Dicle University in Diyarbakir, police troops fear another outbreak of violence between supporters of the Kurdish students and allegedly Hezbollah-linked outsider groups.
When you first step onto the campus of Dicle University, everything seems to have returned to normal after the traumatic events of last week’s fighting. A second glance will reveal the police vehicles parked at every corner; heavy duty trucks, and buses full of armed personnel stationed outside every faculty.
“There are still security issues at the university,” said one of the police officers stationed outside the Faculty of Education. “Of course we hope nothing new will happen, but we cannot be sure. We are staying to protect the students.”
Police were also involved in last week’s fights, attempting to break up the two groups using pepper spray and force. Despite their efforts, seven people were injured. Since then, police troops have been stationed around the university, carrying handguns and rifles as preventative measure
"Some don’t want peace"
According to Ibrahim, a language major at Dicle University who did not disclose his last name for security reasons, the fights were provoked in part by government officials as a way to interfere with the current peace process taking place between the Turkish government and the PKK. “Some people don’t want peace,” he said.
This is a concern shared by the district mayor of Sûr, Abdullah Demirbaş. “This conflict was encouraged by the government,” he claimed. “They wanted to provoke the PKK, and they did.”
Though Dermirbaş and other members of the BDP seem concerned about the government’s involvement with last week’s conflict, Diyarbakir’s Vice Governor, Mustafa Can, has promptly denied the speculations.
“We had nothing to do with the uprising at the university,” he said. “Of course we didn’t. We are currently involved in peace negotiations – we aren’t interested in starting any fights. There are simply different ideologies between these two groups and they cannot agree. Unfortunately this ended up in fights, but the government did not have anything to do with it.”
Cameras provide vital evidence
According to Mustafa Can, the authorities now know who initiated the fights. Cameras positioned around the university campus have provided the evidence needed for the government to release this information to the media soon, the Vice Governor said.
“We will give the appropriate information to the media soon, but the first and most important step is to prevent any more outbursts. We do not want to provoke anymore fights but want this conflict to be solved. But the responsible people will be punished in a few days”, said Mustafa Can.
No one knows how long police will consider there to be a security issue at Dicle University, but for now they remain on campus in order to protect students in the event of another escalation in the conflict. If you ask Riovan, a Biology senior, their presence can only cause more problems. “The conflict may be over, but the police is still here. As long as the police is still here, we cannot have peace.” (ALB/CDV/BM)
Eleverne på Krogerup Højskole arrangerer to årlige musikfestivaler - Maybeats og Vinterlyd. Få her et indblik i dette års Maybeats, der blev en enorm succes med over 400 gæster.
ALLE ud af asylcentrene - flash mob
(Dansk): I forbindelse med projektet ’ALLE ud af asylcentrene’ lavede Krogerup-eleverne en flash mob på Københavns Hovedbanegård.
Bilal vil bygge bro
(Dansk): Krogerup-eleven Bilal Massod fra Pakistan fortæller i et interview til Jyllandsposten om sit højskoleophold, danskerne og Mohammed-tegningerne, oktober 2011.
Læs hele interviewet her
I saw elections in Denmark, and I’m impressed
(ENGLISH): Read Crossing Borders student Bilal’s article about his impression of the Danish election, September 2011
We will rise above through friendship and love
(ENGLISH): Read Crossing Borders student Bilal’s article about the Norway attacks, July 2011
Artikler fra studieturen til Mexico
Eleverne Cécile Marie K. Wild, Mette Hein og Katrine Hjulmann har skrevet en artikel om deres besøg i det mexicanske fængsel Catazaja og mødet med fire af de indsatte.
Education on the move in Burma
Se en film med Aung San Suu Kyi om uddannelse i Burma - produceret af Verden Brænder-eleverne Naja, Siggi og Marit, som var i mediepraktik hos DVB - Democratic Vioce of Burma (kendt fra dokumentarfilem Burma VJ).
Artikler fra studieturen til Burma og Thailand
Elev på Verden Brænder, Laila de Champfleury, har skrevet en artikel om mødet med Aung San Suu Kyi, i forbindelse med studierejsen til Burma og Thailand. Hendes artikel hedder Stepping into a world of Aung San Suu Kyi, og kan findes her.
Verden Brænder elev Line Skovlund Larsen har i sin mediepraktik på det burmesiske eksilmedie Mizzima skrevet en artikel om elevernes oplevelse af overvågning i landet. Artiklen hedder Big Brother watches, inspects danish student’s notebooks, den kan du læse her.
From Pakistan to Krogerup
(ENGLISH): Read Crossing Borders student Bilal’s article about his journey from Pakistan to Krogerup, spring 2011:
(DANISH): Journaliststuderende Sven Wind har skrevet en artikel på baggrund af Manu Sareens besøg på Krogerup, forår 2011. Læs den her: