July 15, 2024
København, Denmark
Others

Why is a Danish citizen still unjustly imprisoned after 12 years in torture hell?

By Maryam Al-Khawaja, daughter of Abdul-Hadi Al-Khawaja, Tim Whyte, Secretary General of ActionAid Denmark, and Vibe Klarup, Secretary General of Amnesty International Denmark. On a cold

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Ghetto

In Copenhagen, residents of a ‘ghetto’ put up a fight

In the Mjolnerparken district in the north of the Danish capital, residents are refusing to be evicted and have taken the Danish state

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Ghetto

Danish ghetto law threatens “coolest neighbourhood in the world”

Copenhagen’s “coolest in the world” neighbourhood is preparing for a large-scale protest against a discriminatory anti-ghetto law that opponents claim is driving away

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Asylum Seekers and Refugees

Denmark abandons refugees and denies them access to safety

While Denmark’s government celebrates the low asylum numbers, thousands lose their lives at sea en route to Europe. Unnecessary deaths that could be

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Discrimination Others

COP28 climate talks: Denmark supports UAE leadership

Following criticism from activists over the oil-producing country’s role, Denmark said it is hopeful that the United Arab Emirates, which is hosting this

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Others

European Court condemns Denmark for surrogacy

Denmark has come under fire from the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) for not recognising parenthood for couples who had children through

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Discrimination

Inequality in Denmark skyrocketing

According to official data, inequality is at the highest level ever measured in Denmark. According to the national statistics agency, inequality in Denmark

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Ghetto

Danish “Ghetto Package” eviction plan challenged in EU Court of Justice

The Eastern High Court of Denmark has submitted a complaint against the Danish government to the Court of Justice of the European Union

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Discrimination Others

The Danish Institute for Human Rights: Danish companies violate human rights

The Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) said that Danish businesses must communicate more effectively about their activities in support of human rights

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Others

Denmark Uncensored Addresses FIFA World Cup on the Danish Racist Law and Violations

Denmark Uncensored have sent an open letter to the president of FIFA, Gianni Infantino, demanding that FIFA stand in support of the marginalized

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