Mette Frederiksen
Failed social experiment - Denmark Denmark offers official apology for racist social experiment on Greenlanders

As part of a social experiment program in 1951, the Danish government sent 22 Inuit children from Greenland to Denmark. Many of them remained separated from their families, lost their mother tongue and struggled with identity issues, facing severe trauma throughout their lives

Danish Communist Party ‘We oppose welfare cuts, austerity, and a warmongering foreign policy’

Peoples Dispatch spoke to Nikolaj Møller Kofod, international spokesperson for the Danish Communist Party about the challenges facing the left in Denmark

Activists in Denmark demand a consent based law against rape

Danish activists have urged the social-democratic government to enact legislation against rape that focuses on consent

Leftist groups urge Danish government to receive more refugees

Leftist groups in Denmark have demanded the social democrat-led government to raise the country’s refugee quota and receive at least 500 refugees annually, which was the case before 2016

Denmark communist Protests Danish communists protest granting government aid to companies operating from tax havens

Protests across Denmark were organized by the Communist Party between June 9-13 against the government providing financial aid to foreign companies operating from tax havens as part of the COVID-19 relief packages 

Denmark budget act Trade unions in Denmark say no to EU-driven Budget Act

The Budget Act, passed in 2012, imposes strict fiscal regulations, including ceilings on spending at the central, regional and municipal levels

Trump’s whim of ‘buying’ Greenland draws widespread criticism

Real estate interests, instigated by the possibilities of mining, along with the strategic intent of averting Chinese domination in the Arctic region, has prompted the US to pay greater attention to Greenland

Trade union demo Denmark Danish trade unions press for more welfare and labor-friendly policies from new government

The unions demand that the new dispensation discontinue the austerity policies of its predecessor and incorporate the aspirations of the working class in the ongoing inter-party dialogue in Copenhagen to form a new government.

Social Democrat-led bloc wins power in Denmark

Mette Frederiksen, the leader of the Social Democrats is likely to form a minority government, seeking support from various parties on a issue basis. The Social Democrats supported welfare measures but have taken an anti-immigration line

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