RAPOLITICS’ work in the Middle East inspired us to focus even more on youth activism in our work in Denmark. With this project we work with youth self-expressions as a strategy for achieving a political voice. Rap has through the times been used as a political instrument, and RAPOLITICS is very much committed to promoting this agenda.

Project Info

Tomorrow Today is a project with activities in Denmark. The young people participating in the project activities will discuss youth activism and how young people can make themselves heard in a positive and creative way. The project consists of a junior rap coach course, 35 workshops at schools and high schools, an intensive Playground-workshop for music students, visits from rappers from the Middle East, a project camp, a grant scheme with 10 grants, and a dialogue meeting with politicians in Copenhagen.


Article: Can Words Change the World? (Danish)
Article: Mostly Revolutionaries, but also Rappers (Danish)
Pictures: from Tomorrow Today
Flyer: Vollsmose Sept 2012
Event: Egypt Hip Hop Bash!
Blog: Politics, Raptivism & Palestinian Unit
Blog: I rap about Things I Can Change
Blog: Palestinian Female Rapper back in Denmark
Blog: Where is the Rap Revolution in Jordan?
Blog: Wrapping the Rap in Gaza
Blog: A month with Palestinian Unit
Blog: Rap in the Veins
Video: Safaa – female rapper from Palestine
Video: Interview with Egyptian Rappers visiting DK
Pictures: Gazan raptivists in Denmark
Event: @ Pumpehuset with Refugees of Rap
Event: Performance at Operaens Café

Number of youth: 1.153 Danish youth
Donor: Erindringsmøntmidler
Time Frame: August 2012 – May 2013
Responsible: Pelle Møller (