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Katrine Villarreal Villumsen

København, Denmark
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About Katrine
Katrine Villarreal Villumsen is a journalist based in Copenhagen, Denmark.
A journalism graduate from the University of Southern Denmark, Katrine specializes in print/multimedia journalism and social media. Katrine also holds an MA degree in American Studies from the University of Southern Denmark, as well as she studied journalism at Santa Barbara City College in Santa Barbara, California, USA in 2007-2009.
Katrine was trained at the Danish daily of Berlingske, the oldest newspaper in Denmark. She went on to work at the Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR - the Danish equivalent to the BBC).
Today she works as a self-employed/freelance journalist, and she has been published in various newspapers and magazines and on various Web sites in both Danish and English.

For more information, please visit https://www.linkedin.com/in/katrinevillarrealvillumsen/
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Feature for the Danish daily Berlingske (in Danish) about the popularity of YouTube advertising among teenagers.

Feature reportage for the Norwegian daily Aftenposten (in Norwegian) about the Norwegian TV show Skam and its popularity in Denmark.

Feature interview (in English) for Total Prestige Magazine. Interview with the Danish caviar importer Rossini Caviar.

Dear friends, I am afraid we have messed up

10 Nov 2016  |  www.vice.com
The author expresses deep concern and disappointment over the election of Donald Trump as the President of the United States. Reflecting on personal experiences and the broader social implications, the text highlights fears for the future, particularly regarding minority rights, healthcare, and the treatment of immigrants. The author criticizes those who did not vote or who voted for Trump, emphasizing the potential negative impact on social progress achieved under Barack Obama. Despite the anxiety, there is a call for resilience and continued advocacy for rights and justice.

When persecution flees with you

18 Aug 2016  |  DR
LGBT asylum seekers in Denmark often face harassment and discrimination similar to the environments they fled from. Rahim, an asylum seeker, experienced threats and physical confrontations at an asylum center. LGBT Asylum, an organization in contact with 220 asylum seekers since 2013, recorded at least 13 incidents of verbal or physical assault since 2011. Arthur from Uganda, who was granted asylum in January 2016, had to hide his sexuality due to prevailing negative attitudes. Rose, also from Uganda, faces threatening attitudes from other asylum seekers. LGBT Asylum suggests improving conditions through staff education or establishing centers specifically for LGBT asylum seekers. Udlændingestyrelsen acknowledges the challenges in preventing harassment but is open to dialogue for better prevention.

While We Wait for the Rain

19 Feb 2016  |  DR
California is experiencing a severe drought, with water scarcity affecting both poor and wealthy communities. Water conservation specialist Kelly Bourque enforces strict water usage rules in Goleta, while in Santa Barbara, residents like Rose Elfman face tap water issues. Avocado farmer Catherine Epperson struggles to maintain production due to limited water supply. Despite efforts, including a potential desalination plant in Santa Barbara, the drought persists, with only a slight improvement after recent winter storms.

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