September 6th, 2011

Danish NT: Red Carding Domestic Violence

Apparently, 28,00o Danish women suffer domestic violence at the hands of their partners – a staggering statistic that Simon Kjaer, Daniel Agger and Thomas Sorensen have made a focal point in the above  video, which was produced to draw attention and awareness to the issue.

The Danish U21 team are also involved in this vital campaign and you can see their video here.

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  4. Guest says:

    Aww what sweetie pies *kisses*

  5. Jen says:

    I wish I understood Danish!! Beautiful way to bring this issue to the attention of people!!! Woohoo to Daniel for getting informed about such an important issue!

  6. aninjasdream says:

    Beautiful do gooders.

  7. Kat says:

    it's on Youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cx3_0lLm5_c
    It's a great cause and Daniel looks so fine in that shirt :P

  8. Agnes Wonka says:

    congrats to them, for supporting such a good cause!
    imo we have to change many things in the society to solve this problem.

  9. Kristina says:

    A depressing number indeed. And a very important issue. Very good boys! As they also pointed out in the video many children are growing up in a family where there is domestic violence. They are also victims. The circle must be broken, and these fine boys just might have an impact. Let's hope so.

    • Sergz says:

      Thanks for pointing out the detail about the children. I tried my best to understand what they were saying but my since i'm Swedish, I only got like 30 % of what they were saying. :P

      • Kristina says:

        Well, well, well! I'm Swedish too!! From Stockholm. I tried my very best to understand it, but I only understood Agger completely. Heja Sverige! I kväll får det inte gå åt h-e :)