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ARTICLES & LINKS: INTERNATIONAL CRITICISM OF DANISH XENOPHOBIA

»Danes Justify Harshest Asylum Laws in Europe«
THE GUARDIAN (UK), June 29, 2002.

»'Freed from a mental yoke': Denmark Tightens it's Immigration Laws«
NEUE ZÜRCHER ZEITUNG (SWITZERLAND),
June 19, 2002.

»Copenhagen Flirts with Fascism«
THE GUARDIAN (UK), June 5, 2002. Comment by Stephen Smith, co-founder of the UK-based Beth Shalom Holocaust Centre.

»Something Rotten in Denmark: The New Danish Government and the Extreme Right«
COUNTERPUNCH (USA), April 30, 2002.

»A Turn from Tolerance«
WASHINGTON POST (USA), March 29, 2002.

»Elections in Denmark«
RADIO NETHERLANDS (HOLLAND),
November 21, 2001

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RELEVANT WEBSITES ON DANISH XENOPHOBIA

THE MINORITY PARTY (»Minoritetspartiet«)
Danish political party working towards non-discrimination and antiracism in Denmark (English version)

TICKET TO DENMARK
Ticket to Denmark is part of a new transnational movement which aims at overpowering the nationalist system of exclusion. This is to be achieved by creating a new legal transnational immigration flow. In the politics of immigration, marriage is considered to be the strongest instrument available to the individual. Through marriage, individuals can transcend the statist system and found a new world system. A new state is born whenever two people get together and dissolved when they part. This is a world system based on individuals by chance - we call it the world.

BOYKOT DANMARK
»Boykot Danmark« is a project addressing tolerance in public spaces. It is a campaign, which encourages the reconsidering and questioning of Danishness and the national patriotism. BOYKOT DANMARK encourages the boycott of a Danish mentality witnessed in public spaces. Boycotting the discrimination that manifests itself in subtle daily attacks on people with un-Danish habits and expressions. BOYKOT DANMARK boycotts the silent exclusion of people according to their cultural background, ethnicity or religion.

THE BOARD FOR ETHNIC EQUALITY
The Board for Ethnic Equality is an independent, advisory state institution that is working for ethnic equality and against racial discrimination in Denmark. The Board for Ethnic Equality is being shut down by the Danish government on January 1, 2003!

BASHY QURAISHY
President of ENAR (European Network Against Racism)

THE TORCH (»Faklen«)
Critical magazine/website, focusing on human rights violations in Denmark (English version)