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We discuss the challenging situation facing refugees in Denmark, where government policy aims to deport them back to their home countries. We spoke with:
Alysia Alexandra, a Danish-American human rights activist and anthropologist. You can follow her updates on Syrian refugees in Denmark on Twitter at @AlysiaAlexndra
Lisbeth Zornig Andersen, a Danish economist, activist, author, and former chair of the Danish Children's Council. Her focus is on marginalized people, especially children. Click to read her article, When Denmark Criminalised Kindness, about her experience with Syrian refugees in Denmark.
Mikael Lindholm, a Danish business consultant focusing on innovation and growth. He was formerly a journalist and editor.
Find out more about Guernica 37, a a London-based legal organization working to challenge the Danish government's policy on refugees as a violation of the Geneva convention principle of “non-refoulement”.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theglocal/message