Your Diversity is your Strength is an event organized by Foreningen Nydansker and Danish Green Card Association on Thursday, 15th January 2015 at International House, Gyldenløvesgade 11, 1600 Copenhagen
Report By Naqeeb Khan Bareach
Diversity is about recognizing, respecting and valuing differences based on ethnicity, gender, color, age, race, religion, disability, national origin and sexual orientation. Continue reading
As a holder of a greencard, you need to apply for permission to start a business at the Danish Agency for Labour Retention and International Recruitment. A residence and work permit on the basis of the greencard scheme does not automatically give you the right to start a business. Learn more about your options if you are a greencard holder.
As the only country in the Nordic countries, Denmark offers a greencard for immigrants from countries outside the EU and the EEA. A residence and work permit on the basis of the greencard scheme does not automatically give you the right to start a business. Continue reading
Opinion | Uncertainty and insecurity make life uneasy for green card holders
Danish Green Card Association takes issue with arbitrary changes in rules for work permits for green card holders
Despite the media focus on the large number of green card holders who are forced to accept a job below their education level, the author argues that there are many success stories that aren’t being reported. Continue reading
Contacts for Guidance and Coaching with Job Search for Green Card holders and their Spouses
Dear Green Card Holders, Following are some specific contacts you can utilize for guidance in your job search process: Continue reading
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DGCA has signed Copenhagen Diversity Charter. Copenhagen has a goal to be the most open and welcoming city in Europe in 2015. In order to achieve this, Copenhagen must meet the three values. They must treat ethnic minorities well, they should regard diversity as a strength and they have to work against racism and discrimination. You can discover DGCA by clicking the link here- http://www.blanddigibyen.dk/skrivunder/mangfoldighedscharter/