For the second year in a row a Danish education program helps young people from all over Europe discover that the integration problems of their country are not isolated incidents. Katya Cengel reports on what three Latvian participants learned about Europe and their own country. "I wanted to see how a multi-cultural society works," said Latvian law student Inese Viskere. "I wanted to know how 64 people from 37 cultures would get along living together for a month."Twenty-year-old Viskere was one of the 64 young adults chosen to participate in a 1998 four week minority course held in Aabenera...
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