The Ladies’ International Network København is a volunteer-run network of women from countries all over the world who gather through LINK to build a social network. LINK is purely social and informal in nature – our aim is to help members expand their circle of friends and get involved in joint activities and shared interests. You can read the LINK Bylaws here.
Any internationally minded women can join LINK! Whether you are a non-Dane that would like to meet with other international women using English as the language of communication; or a Danish woman who wishes to make international friends and converse in English.
You can apply online right now! After you have filled out the online application, you will receive an email explaining how you can pay for membership. If you would like more information before joining, please email Membership.
Standard LINK membership is just DKK300. The membership year runs from October 1 to September 30. Special reduced prices may apply to those joining part-way through the year, for information please email Membership.
The membership fee covers our running costs (website, newsletter, advertising, etc), subsidises activities and events, and provides subsidies for each subgroup.
LINK's committee and subgroup organisers are all member volunteers. All members can help take part in the running of the group and are invited to attend the AGM every April. They can also contact the committee any time to raise issues or make their views known. Committee positions are advertised in the newsletter when they become vacant. We also offer help to any member interested in setting up a new subgroup.
All LINK members can join any subgroup they like, although there is occasionally a waiting list for some of the most popular ones. Click here to see a current list of active subgroups. Subgroups receive a subsidy from LINK, but depending on the activity there may be extra costs when you attend to cover running expenses, e.g. tennis court hire, snacks, etc. Once you have joined LINK simply contact the subgroup coordinator of the group you’re interested in to find out more.
Yes! Any member can set up a subgroup if there is enough interest. We provide help to set up the group and a small subsidy.
No, in fact over one-third of our members either have grownup children or none at all. The Activities committee organises different types of activities that cater to all tastes and all age groups. Activities take place both during the day and at evenings and weekends.
Yes! Many of our members work here in Denmark and so we also organise events and activities at weekends and evenings to cater for them.
It is very rich and varied. At the moment, it is approximately 25% British, 26% American, 10% Danish, 5% German, 4% Dutch, 4% French, with the balance being spread over 47 other different countries, making us a truly international organization