April 23, 2024
København, Denmark
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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 to court, accusing it of discrimination on ethnic grounds. With its bicycle stores, organic cafés and narrow streets lined with brick facades, the former working-class district of Norrebro in northern Copenhagen is […]

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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 those who still live in social housing. Hundreds of protesters are anticipated to gather on the outskirts of the Mjlnerparken housing estate in the well-known Nrrebro neighbourhood on Saturday, with the backing […]

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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 (CJEU) to determine whether the EU’s legal protection against racial discrimination applies to actions implemented under the “Ghetto Package” regulations. A group of Copenhagen homeowners who are being evicted from their homes […]

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Separate Clinics for Ukrainians in Denmark: Yet Another Racially Biased Step

In marked contradiction to the government’s current discriminatory and unprecedented tactics towards other non-white immigrants, new medical facilities to heal Ukrainian migrants are developing in Denmark, according to a press statement today by Euro-Med Human Rights Monitor. The Danish government’s dual standards are too obvious to ignore, from its determination to forcefully return Syrian refugees […]

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Denmark On Ethnic Engineering Agenda Using Ghetto Policies

The term alone is frightening. Yet it has become an essential political exchange in Denmark. Since 2010, the Danish government has used “ghetto lists” to identify socially dangerous places for the country. The country’s government introduced “ghetto” regulations in 2018 to further restrict people living in different districts based on their ethnic and cultural backgrounds. […]

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Denmark’s Ghetto Package Increases the Sufferings Of Vulnerable Minorities

Denmark Ghetto Package is a strong tool used for provoking discrimination and inducement. These are merely feckless punitive policies made to strengthen the political structure. Euro-Med Human right monitor released a statement today in which they shed light on the role of the Ghettoes package in society. “The Danish Government must immediately and fully stop […]

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Rebutting Denmark’s White GHETTO Mentality

Denmark’s plans to divide immigrant “ghettos” by imposing a 30 per cent limit on the number of “non-western” residents allowed to dwell in restricted zones. The restricted zones appeared on the surface to be at odds with segregationist Jim Crow and Apartheid legislation – at least in part. On the other hand, combined absorption and […]

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Denmark Accused of Racism For Expanding ‘Ghetto’ Housing Policy

Denmark plans to strengthen policies aimed at minimizing the presence of “non-Western” inhabitants in low-income areas—a strategy that has sparked litigation and xenophobic charges. A public housing complex in a Copenhagen district with a significant immigrant population and second-generation Danes houses many individuals. The Danish government now wants to remove them from their flats as […]

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Denmark’s Heinous Ghetto Law Shrinking Land For ‘Non-Westerns’ 

A majority of Danish politicians have publicly stated that “Danes should not become a minority in any residential areas.”   The government enacted highly controversial legislation that essentially outlaws landlords from renting to non-Danish citizens above specific income levels within designated social housing areas to achieve this.   The most significant intervention was a general […]

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Denmark’s draconian Ghetto law, A Nightmare for Migrants

The Mjølnerparken housing estate is still a centre of tension and conflict, mainly due to the socio-economic circumstances that define the neighbourhood’s inhabitants. While Danes can be subtle and patient people, it’s no secret that the events at the Mjølnerparken have had an effect on how they think of their increasingly diverse communities. The label […]

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