June 21, 2024
København, Denmark
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 year’s UN climate talks, will push for ambitious action to combat climate change at the conference. Sultan al-Jaber, president of the UAE’s oil company ADNOC and its climate envoy, was appointed by […]

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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 has been at its highest since records began. Figures released by Statistics Denmark on Thursday show that the country’s Gini coefficient is over 30 for the first time since records began in […]

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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 if they are to meet the requirements of UN principles and upcoming EU law.  The DIHR said it reached this conclusion after scrutinizing over 30 Danish companies. The study included Arla, Maersk, […]

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International criticism of Kosovo agreement: Denmark sets a dangerous precedent against foreigners

According to several anti-torture organizations, Denmark’s plan to rent prisons in Kosovo violates the country’s international obligations. If the government’s domestic policy flagship of renting 300 prisons in Kosovo to deported third-country nationals becomes a reality, it could set “a dangerous precedent in the future”. This is the assessment from the World Organization against Torture, […]

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Denmark Building ‘Ukraine Town’ For Ukraine Refuees While Deporting Syrian Asylum Seekers

When Denmark was the first European country to withdraw the residency status of far more than 200 Syrian refugees the previous month, according to officials in Copenhagen, Portions of Syria were secure enough even for refugees to go. However, the topic has become controversial, and activists and community organizations have scheduled rallies in favor of […]

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Syrian Vs Ukrainian Refugees: Denmark’s Double-Standards Exposed

Denmark has been accused of applying double standards to migrants and asylum seekers. As a result of the turmoil in Ukraine, nations have extended their arms to Ukrainian refugees, providing a friendly response that has previously been refused to certain other communities escaping crises throughout the world, including Palestinian refugees from Syria. Over the last […]

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Danish Far-right Parties Seeking Muslim Countries’ Exclusion from Foreign Labour Rules

The Danish People’s Party has been running on an unashamed anti-immigration, populist agenda for more than twenty years, driving the Danish government to the right by opposing diversity and resisting the devolution of authority to Brussels. Four conservative Danish parties are set to offer a plan to address Denmark’s labour crisis by bringing in foreign […]

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Danish Discrimination Against Foreigners Is Soaring

The majority of Danes are unaware of how widespread negative bias towards immigrants has grown in Denmark. Here’s a quick rundown. Denmark has just joined the United Nations Human Rights Council. Their civilization is renowned as a place where individual liberty and equality are strongly valued. Unjust conduct and discrimination are not tolerated by a […]

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The Rise of Islamophobia in Denmark

In recent times, Islamophobia is becoming a divisive issue. It seeks to destabilize the EU and its principles by combining immigration discourses and actions. The development of Islamophobia in Europe has raised some uncomfortable concerns, for whom the European vision of equality and freedom is intended. This post will focus on Denmark, which appears to […]

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Denmark Needs to Stop Lying About Denial of Racism

Denmark has a multiethnic, multireligious, and cultural origin like almost all of its European neighbours. The worst outcome of each of these policies is explicit and deliberate racism directed at the immigrant community, Most of whom are inhabitants of the state. Inger Stjberg, Denmark’s previous foreign secretary, was just convicted and sentenced to 60 days […]

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