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The Pauli number

BY SHAHLÂ • ENGLISH TRANSLATION BY AFRA FEKRI • ILLUSTRATION BY MARÍA MEIGA • MARCH 2021 Greetings to you, dear people and governors. I have a question: do you really want to protect your country? Do…

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Avnstrup on strike: Eight problems and demands

BY WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS • OCTOBER 2020 The residents of Deportation Center Avnstrup joined our voices together to create a list of eight problems and demands that express why we choose to strike and protest the…

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Recommendation: Uledsaget

BY VIBEKE NIELSEN • 2018 Uledsaget (Unaccompanied) is a comic book anthology about taking flight, and about life as an unaccompanied young refugee in Denmark. The anthology is the outcome of a collaboration between unaccompanied…

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Lucky day

by Liv Nimand Duvå • 2016 I’m standing in a room with my partner at the Swedish Migration Agency. We’re here to hand in our application for a Swedish residence permit, which should then allow…

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Keeping warm in cold country

When you exit the metro at Christianshavn in Copenhagen you see a number of statues known as the Greenland Monument. They were made from red granite by the Danish sculptor Svend Rathsack after he had…

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A More Humane Asylum Policy?

It says in a report from a Danish Civil Service committee from June 2012 that no empirical studies have been made, which confirm that measures supposed to motivate people to return home are of any consequence in relation to the question of whether

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What do people in the asylum camps think?

Reactions: What do people in the asylum camps think of the new asylum agreement? In October 2012 the Government made a new asylum agreement together with Enhedslisten and Liberal Alliance. The Trampoline House welcomes the improved…

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