“The private rooms are naturally intended for people with disabilities, for those who need assistance, and also for those who want to be private and maybe come from cultures in which they don’t want to be naked amongst other people.”
The latest European Social Survey shows that Icelanders have progressively become more positive about immigration and multiculturalism and that the country now holds the most liberal views on these matters in Europe.
A Danish MP and vocal opponent of immigration will address the Icelandic Parliament today as a keynote speaker.
The fourth Multicultural Congress of Reykjavík ‘Let’s Talk,’ will take place in Reykjavík City Hall on Saturday, March 25, 2017, 10 am to 3:30 pm. Approximately 17,000 immigrants live in Reykjavík from more than 120 countries. The aim of the congress is to open an intercultural dialogue about...
The Icelandic Met Office has received criticism lately, because a German meteorologist, Martin Hensch, has been reading the weather report on RÚV’s Rás1, the Icelandic National Broadcasting Service.
Reykjavík Multicultural Council and Reykjavík City Council will hold their first joint meeting on Tuesday, November 24, 2015, in Tjarnarsal, Reykjavík City Hall.
Reykjavík city council has voted to take a leading role in the Icelandic Red Cross’s Be Nice campaign.
The seventh Reykjavík Multicultural Day was celebrated by many hundreds of locals and visitors alike on Saturday, May 9.
The seventh Reykjavík Multicultural Day will take place this Saturday, May 9. The program kicks off at 1 pm with a parade from Hallgrímskirkja, the Reykjavík landmark church, down Laugavegur and on to the City Hall.