The Danish ministry of justice is headed by minister Mette Frederiksen.

UNHCR criticizes Danish report on Eritrea

A new Danish immigration report on Eritrea has caused a political storm in Denmark. Both contributors to the report and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, UNHCR, have heavily criticized the report.
Foto: Jannik Abel

New rules for long-staying children

The government and the supporting parties have agreed on new rules for long-staying children. The rules are still strict, but a few more families will be granted leave to remain. Generally, children must have lived in Norway for a minimum of four and a half years and gone one year to school.

Opening hours Christmas 2014

Our office in Torggata 22 is open Monday 22nd and Monday 29th of December. We are closed 23rd – 28th December and 30th Dec. – 4th January. Regular opening hours from Monday 5th of January.
Also in Norway the myth that 'immigrants take our jobs' is thriving. Photo: Screen shot VG Debatt

European myth busters

Writers from the Guardian, Le Monde, El País, Süddeutsche Zeitung and La Stampa address some common claims about migration and assess whether they are true in their country in a new article.

NOAS launches the webpage ‘Become wiser’

“People will die, people will be (gang) raped, and 8 year olds will be beaten up in attempted robberies with today’s asylum/integration politics” “The idiotically naïve intake of happiness seekers like you guys, who are on benefits as soon as you get in, must stop” This is how asylum seekers are talked about online.


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