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DIHR Afrodansker report 2017

Afro-danskere oplever diskrimination i hverdagens Danmark Please read the first report on Afro-dansker in Denmarks history. There has never been a focus on People of African Descent in Denmark as a group and still very little is any has been done regarding the institutional bodies to address the particular for of racism People of African …

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Hell No To African Slavery Demonstration

  Please join us Sunday 26th 2017 at the Libyan Embassy in Copenhagen Denmark to protest against the enslavement of African people and other crimes against humanity taking place in Libya.  We are also protesting the systemic silencing of crimes which have been ongoing for years in the region which have culminated into what we …

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Intersectional discrimination

Black Women are at the very center of People of African Descent’s homes and communities. Black Women are often put last in being recognized within the structures of society in Denmark and we at AEC advocate for the implementation of laws and the legal language on intersectional discrimination *multiple discrimination* within Denmark which do not …

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Hadforbrydelser

Værd at vide om Hadforbrydelser: Hadforbrydelser er en alvorlig kriminalitetsform, som politiet er særlig opmærksom på at forebygge og bekæmpe. Det handler om at skabe sikkerhed og tryghed for nogle grupper af borgere, som er særligt udsatte i kraft af deres race, tro eller seksuelle orientering. Hvad er en hadforbrydelse? En hadforbrydelse er et strafbart …

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Diskrimineret af myndighederne

Diskrimineret af myndighederne

Demand Catalog by People of African Descent and Black Europeans

Chapter I: Introduction & Core Demands 1. Recognition as a Group affected by Racism People of African Descent and Black Europeans are one of the largest minorities in Europe and highlighted as being particularly vulnerable to racism across the European Union. Estimates from the United States Congress suggest that approximately 7,000,000 to 10,000,000 individuals of …

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