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Sceptics and supporters: New rules for non-EU health workers spark debate

Lena Hunter
January 25th, 2024


A broad new agreement to attract skilled non-EU workers to the Danish healthcare system is being rolled out. The government says it’s proactive, trade unions are thrilled, Dansk Folkeparti says it’s playing “Russian Roulette” with vulnerable Danes, and the media is nitpicking on why some non-EU countries are better than others. Get an overview here.


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A broad new agreement to attract skilled non-EU workers to the Danish healthcare system is being rolled out. The government says it's proactive, trade unions are thrilled, Dansk Folkeparti says it's playing "Russian Roulette" with vulnerable Danes, and the media is nitpicking on why some non-EU countries are better than others. Get an overview here.

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