June 21, 2024
København, Denmark
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 avoided with access to legal and safe migration Many of the refugees who have obtained protection in Denmark and now drive the country’s buses or look after elderly citizens could just as […]

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Asylum Seekers and Refugees Women Rights

Young women in Denmark are at risk of deportation to Syria

The risk of being forced to return to Syria is most significant for young women under Denmark’s aggressive approach toward Syrian refugees. The Danish government continues its policy of selective acceptance of refugees, based mostly on their country of origin. Independent of other EU member states, the Danish government has determined that Damascus and its […]

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Asylum Seekers and Refugees

Denmark is shattering Syrian refugees’ lives

“I’d sooner commit suicide here in Denmark than return to Syria!” That’s what Syrian refugees in Denmark told when the Danish government decided to revoke their residence cards, stating that it is now acceptable for them all to go to Syria. So because policy change would exclude men between the ages of 18 to 42 […]

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Asylum Seekers and Refugees

Danish Hypocrisy: “Jewellery Law” That Used To Confiscate Syrian Refugees’ Assets Will Not Apply To Ukrainian Reguees

According to a Danish MP, the country’s administration and parliament are exploring adjustments to the rules of Ukrainian residence in Denmark not to be first impacted by the refugee regulations. Unlike Syrians and Iranians, Ukrainian migrants are unlikely affected by a contentious Danish “jewellery legislation” intended to take assets from individuals escaping violence. Rasmus Stoklund, […]

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Asylum Seekers and Refugees

Denmark Leaves No Stone Unturned To Make Refugees Unsafe

Denmark is the first European country to notify massive Syrian refugees that they must return home. In February 2019, around 400 Syrians from Damascus had their residency cards and ability to work cancelled. A small percentage of those impacted have accepted the risk of going to Syria independently. Human rights groups have recently recorded mistreatment […]

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Asylum Seekers and Refugees

Denmark’s Far-Right Policies Take a Hard Line on Migrants

According to Copenhagen, Damascus is secure enough to return roughly 100 Syrians. It is becoming the first nation in Europe to cancel Syrian refugee residency permits. It was formerly known as a free, friendly, liberal society with the protection of human rights and a powerful and compassionate welfare state. Despite the overwhelming evidence of continuous […]

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Asylum Seekers and Refugees

Denmark Left No Stone Unturned To Force out Asylum Seekers

Another law, allowing Denmark to deport asylum seekers outside of Europe while their claims are processed, is the latest in a series of unusual and severe moves aimed against workers by an administration that goes well beyond those adopted by other European states and the European Union (EU). Haven seekers would be transported to a […]

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Asylum Seekers and Refugees

Syrian Asylum Seekers No longer Able To Stay in Denmark

After Denmark became the first European country to withdraw the residency status of more than 200 Syrian refugees last month, it was with anger from EU legislators, the UN refugee organization, and human rights organizations. According to officials in Copenhagen, areas of Syria are now secure enough even for immigrants to return. While having a […]

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Asylum Seekers and Refugees Discrimination

A Bird’s-eye View of Forcible Integration in Denmark

The attempt to impose Muslim refugees to incorporate by requiring them to enrol their children in childcare from the era of one is discrimination that will almost surely backfire. Forcing immigrant workers to enrol their children in childcare for 25 hours a week to the age of one; instantly double the punishments for crimes dedicated […]

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Asylum Seekers and Refugees

MEPs Chide Denmark On Rogue Asylum Policies

MEPs have slammed the Danish Minister for Immigration and Integration on removing Syrian refugees’ protections and externalize immigration. Hundreds of Syrians leaving Denmark have arrived in other EU countries, causing authorities to investigate if Denmark is suitable for readmission underneath the Dublin Rule. Denmark is not obligated by minimum requirements under the Common European Refugee […]

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