Historian and sociologist PhD René Karpantschof guides us through the streets of Nørrebro, which historically has been Denmark's 'red stronghold' and the battlefield for numerous major conflicts between the authorities and resident movements. The tour uncovers the history of urban spaces as political battlegrounds, from the story of the BZ movement's challenge to the legal framework of housing politics, to the current housing struggles and new Danish “ghetto law”. René Karpantschof shares insights from his personal engagement in the Copenhagen squatter movements of the 1980s, providing a unique perspective on the ongoing fight for urban justice.
Meeting point at Sankt Hans Torv
Event organised in collaboration with re:arc institute