Connecting your Scandinavian trip by Scandinavian Airlines

Something amazing about holding a Schengen visa for any one of the schengen countries gives you a pass to enter any of the European countries. No wonder the visa is so coveted. But with the vastness of Europe, it becomes hectic and not so easy for anyone to move from … Read more

Horrific earthquake in Turkey and Syria sends Scandinavians into anxiety and panic

The world in general and Scandinavians specifically have been getting to terms with the mass exodus of Ukrainians fleeing their war torn country. But before the war had even subsided and normalcy resumed comes the earthquake in Turkey and Syria. For close to a year now, the Russia-Ukraine war has … Read more

Common myths about Scandinavian socialism

It is less of a wonder that many people have not only admired but have also considered Scandinavia as a possible  destination. What stands out that makes Scandinavia a darling of many is  their high level of trust in their government as well as in one another. However, there are … Read more

Nature and Experience Working in Norway

One thing that can earn respect for expatriates in their motherland is the simple mentioning of ‘I work in Norway.’ This phrase conjures up thoughts of prosperity, great incomes, wealth and a general great workplace experience which so many can only envy. People will not only admire you, but they will … Read more

Record-setting gender equality in Scandinavia

The United Nations deliberately put Gender Equality as a sustainable development goal number 5 for all good reasons. While the rest of the world still just strive to attain gender parity across the social-economic spectrum, Scandinavia already provides a great benchmark as women take prominent lead in so many sectors. … Read more

Scandinavia during the Second World War

What we today know as Scandinavia has been time tested through some of the most troubling happenings in the past. One of such tumultuous historical realities is the Second World War that wrecked great havoc throughout the region. Today, you walk through the West coast of Jutland, Denmark in places … Read more

The Sami indigenous people in Scandinavia

Any keen person will know that the global agenda has in the recent decade shifted towards sustainable development, rights of the indigenous people, climate change, circular economy and such. In fact, at the heart of the UN charter is a need to guarantee the rights of and protect the indigenous … Read more

Denmark, the Home of the First Woman-Led Mosque

Europe has always been on the spot for what critics argue is islamophobia and anti-semiticism. In fact, cases of subtle or even aggressive approach to Muslims have attracted public outrage in the past. The story of the Muslims have always been a struggle to get equal treatment and respect of … Read more