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Volunteering is a rewarding way to experience any city. Copenhagen is no different. It’s also a great way to brush up and learn the local language though most people in Copenhagen speak very good English. Volunteering gives you an excellent opportunity to meet new people and is an invaluable way to open up your mind to new cultures and people.

Below are some of the NGOs and think tanks located in Copenhagen.

Below are some links to companies looking for volunteers and other volunteering opportunities in Copenhagen.


No matter where you go and for how long, it is prudent to subscribe to travel insurance. This is especially even more important for ‘exotic’ countries where the chances of falling sick are relatively higher. Below are some companies that offer travel insurances. You can browse the internet for more options.

Make sure also that you have a current passport and valid visa as necessary.

Update 29/04/2008


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