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Study: 84 percent of ethnic-minority people in Denmark experience discrimination

Lena Hunter
November 28th, 2023


Eight out of ten ethnic minority people in Denmark have experienced discrimination in the past year. 38 percent say that they are considering leaving Denmark as a result, according to an extensive study from the Institute for Human Rights.


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Eight out of ten ethnic minority people in Denmark have experienced discrimination in the past year. 38 percent say that they are considering leaving Denmark as a result, according to an extensive study from the Institute for Human Rights.

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