Known as Denmark’s most inclusive folk high school, Egmont Højskolen houses both disabled and non-disabled students who come to learn, socialise, practise sports, party and enjoy the special experience of staying at a Danish ‘højskole’ – side by side. “My father’s dream when he founded Egmont Højskolen was for people with disabilities and people without disabilities to work together, learn together and understand each other,” where all lessons are in English, taught by native English speakers. Right now the classes are preparing for a two-week trip to South Africa, for the fourth year in a row.