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Although most young people in Denmark are still thriving, more and more of them are suffering from low wellbeing. Reports, measurements and studies from recent years confirm that the problem is both real and growing. This report maps the lack of wellbeing among young people in today’s Denmark and examines what may be the causes of their increasing low wellbeing. In continuation of this, we suggest a number of areas for improvement as well as concrete solutions to how to reverse the trend of declining wellbeing reported by children and young people. Explore this executive summary of the report to see the key findings and recommendations.
Podcast med Dr. Ira Kalish, Chief Global Economist for Deloitte
Podcast med Pippa Malmgren, tidligere rådgiver for den amerikanske præsident George W. Bush og det britiske kabinet
The public sector is facing two challenges that may change the welfare state as we know it. Demographic headwinds and low productivity mean that Denmark must either turn down expectations about the quality of public services or rethink how the welfare state is designed. This report looks into whether the public sector is braced for the challenges - explore this executive summary of the full Danish report to find out.
The ninth Small Great Nation report investigates the structural challenges that the Danish labour market is facing – including gender equality, labour shortage and flexibility. But how do we solve these structural challenges and meet the future needs of the labour market without leaving anyone behind? Dive into the executive summary to find out.
Podcast with Yanis Varoufakis, economist, best-selling author and former Minister of Finance in Greece
This new report investigates the EU collaboration - seen from a Danish and global perspective. What is Denmark's outcome of the membership? What are the consequences of Brexit? And can the EU become a global player that provides solutions to challenges that the whole world is facing? Dive into these topics, and many more, in the report.
Podcast with Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs of Sweden
Small Great Nation's Youth Panel consists of 42 bright young minds from all over the country with diverse backgrounds and profiles - but with one thing in common: they are passionate about Denmark's future. Therefore, they have spent half a year preparing a vision for the society they want Denmark to be in 2040.
Podcast with Jim Hagemann Snabe, Chairman of Siemens and AP Møller Maersk
Podcast with Linda Liukas, Finnish Children’s book Author, Speaker and Founder of Hello Ruby
Small Great Nation is ready with a plan to achieve the goals of the new Danish climate legislation. A high consistent tax on greenhouse gases is central to achieving the ambitious goals and will be the cheapest solution. Our proposal discourages the relocation of businesses and ensures social balance.
This new report dives into life with coronavirus, and what challenges and opportunities this holds for the climate and the economy. Have Danish companies discovered the potential of remote working? Will the pandemic speed up digitalisation? And can the Danish society reduce the spread of other diseases by changing social conventions? These are some of the topics investigated in this report.
Denmark can make a global difference towards achieving the UN's Sustainable Development Goals through innovation and entrepreneurship. We are front-runners when it comes to sustainable ideas. However, there is still room for improvement.
Podcast with Alastair Campbell, writer, strategist and former adviser for Tony Blair
The Danish welfare model is admired by many across the world. It helps to reduce income differences and create cohesion in the Danish society. But the financing of the welfare state is under pressure and action is needed if the welfare state is to be maintained in the future.
Podcast with Herman Van Rompuy, former Prime Minister of Belgium and president of the European Council
Since the mid-00s, a number of reforms have been implemented in Denmark, which have increased prosperity and improved public finances. We call them the “low-hanging fruits”. In the future, we need to harvest the “high-hanging fruit” in order to increase prosperity and welfare for the benefit of the Danes. But what does it take for us to reach them?
Interview with Sheree Atcheson, Influencer and Technology, Respect and Inclusion Manager in Deloitte
To realize the potential found in Small Great Nation’s Report 1 about Denmark's challenges and opportunities, it is important to look at the social coherence across the country. It is essential to ensure that people and businesses have the best possible conditions to operate in.