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Sargun Oshana, former theater director at Blaagard Theater in Nørrebro, Copenhagen

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Sargun Oshana, former theater director at Blaagard Theater in Nørrebro, Copenhagen, has been awarded the first Bodil Koch Prize for his contributions to advancing equality and diversity in the arts and cultural life. Culture Minister Jakob Engel-Schmidt praised Oshana’s ability to bring new voices and audiences to the theater, making it inclusive across age, gender, sexuality, and ethnicity.

  • The Bodil Koch Prize, established in honor of a pioneering Danish politician, will be awarded annually to a person or organization that has made an exceptional effort to promote equality and/or diversity within arts and culture. The winner of the award receives 100,000 DKK.
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