Is There Any Other Way?: Understanding Refugees’ Right to Property after Denmark’s Passage of the Jewelry Law

Is There Any Other Way?: Understanding Refugees’ Right to Property after Denmark’s Passage of the Jewelry Law

By: Kellina Keylek.

In 2015 alone, one million people from the Middle East and parts of Africa reached the European Union seeking asylum from countries consumed by war, political instability, and repression. Placed between two of the most “immigrant friendly” countries in Europe, Denmark responded to the influx of asylum seekers by enacting new policies further restricting the rights of refugees.

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A Survey of Flag Desecration Laws Around The World

A Survey of Flag Desecration Laws Around The World

By Mikka Burrell.

Currently, the following countries allow flag desecration: the United States, Australia, Canada, and Denmark. However, the follow countries made flag desecration illegal: Israel, Saudi Arabia, and France. Today's post provides a brief overview of the flag desecration laws of the mentioned countries.

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