In a letter addressed to the Danish Foreign Ministry last week, EuroMed Rights, together with its member Dignity and four other leading Danish Non-Governmental Organisations, raised their concerns about the tightening of the conditions for Danish assistance to human rights organisations in the occupied Palestinian territory. EuroMed Rights and its partners fear that Denmark’s changed … Continued
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Copenhagen/ Brussels/ Paris, 25 January 2016 – the Danish parliament and government is about to adopt, on 26 January, a very controversial law on the entry and sojourn of foreigners, which provides for confiscation of asylum seekers’ valuables. EuroMed Rights, the European Association for the defense of Human Rights and the International Federation for Human … Continued
The EMHRN strongly condemns the terrorist attacks on an event on freedom of speech and a synagogue in Copenhagen last weekend, resulting in the death of two civilians and the injury of five policemen.
The Danish Parliament conducted its second reading of a new amendment to the Danish Aliens Act aimed to limit asylum status granted to refugees; an amendment which would mainly impact refugees from Syria.
The Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network (EMHRN), a regional network of civil society organizations engaged in human rights work, convened for its general assembly in Copenhagen 1-3 June 2012.