April 23, 2024
København, Denmark
Discrimination Women Rights

Gender Equality A Distant Dream For Denmark

Denmark has a significant way to go regarding the equality of the sexes. According to equity analyst Sara Louise Muhr, sexism sometimes stems from a lack of formal acknowledgement for IDA members. To transform the mindset, we must acknowledge that we all have biases and that, including in Denmark, people are not as similar as […]

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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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Discrimination Women Rights

Amnesty Slammed Denmark for Transgender Discrimination

Amnesty International has condemned Denmark for stereotyping its transgender community, requiring them to seek medical examinations in body-related matters despite legal measures intended to safeguard them. Amnesty International is working with the transgender community to alter the healthcare system and disclose homosexuality as a mental disease. Also, after two years in the design, they questioned […]

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Discrimination

Why Denmark’s Racial Ghetto Law Targeting ‘non-Western’ residents?

The Danish government intends to replace a divisive rule addressing immigrant communities with a more robust version. Human rights organizations have warned that such actions might violate existing anti-discrimination legislation. Human rights organizations have raised concerns about the Danish government’s intentions to replace unpopular “ghetto” rules that impact vulnerable areas with stricter restrictions aimed at […]

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Discrimination

Denmark’s Anti-begging Law Only Convicted Foreigners

Anti-begging regulation presented in 2017 has up until this point solely brought about feelings of unfamiliar residents, raising worries about police discrimination.   As per the new principles, an individual can be prosecuted for asking without earlier notice. One of the conditions for condemning is that the asking makes a ‘burden’ for individuals from the […]

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Discrimination

Talking About Racism is Taboo in Denmark

The death of George Floyd, 46, in Minneapolis on May 25, 2020, was a tragic event but it also provided an opportunity for the world’s loving and thoughtful people to stand up and take ownership of the precarious circumstances they locate themselves in nowadays. The world is finally responding to the screams for equality and […]

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Discrimination

Inadequate Civil and Political Rights in Denmark Exposed

Pre-trial detention has historically been employed more intensively in Denmark than in surrounding nations. Pre-trial inmates have climbed in percentage to the entire jail population during the previous five years, from 33.7 per cent in 2015 to 38.2 per cent in 2020. Confusion throughout pre-trial imprisonment has psychological ramifications as well. The detainee’s susceptibility increases […]

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Discrimination LGBTQ Sports Communities

Danish LGBTQ athletes shrug off discrimination within sports environment

Over the past decade, human rights violations, discrimination and civil inequality have spiked exponentially in Denmark. For foreigners and tourists, Copenhagen might have a reputation of being very LGBTQ friendly, but athletes, specifically, suffer unimaginable discrimination and bullying within the Danish community. Discrimination in the community reflects official prejudice and misleading media deliberately lashing and […]

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