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In 2014 the Danish police deported 517 rejected asylum seekers. That is the third highest number in 10 years

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Autumn 2015

In this magazine you can read about the asylum seekers that are ordered back by the state; How do they deal with the situation and not least, how do they feel?

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Some activities are only for women in the Trampoline House

Every Saturday a group of women holds a meeting in the Trampline House. Among the women are asylum seekers from other nationalities and Danish women. By: Eden Some women are not free to share their stories with men, but in the Women’s Club all women are free to speak. In …

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Smiling children in asylum center

Danish people always want to donate money for asylum children for summer trip and other activities. It is to make the children happy and smiling. The camp life is not easy on the waiting time, children need to be in a place with happiness   By: Eden Two month ago …

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Nasser Aghaei, “I take medicine for sleeping in order to reduce my stress”

There are several asylum seekers who has been in Danish asylum centres for several years without any clear future. They are checking the post list on the wall of their centres every day in hope of seeing their identification number on the list of posts in order to get a new post from the Immigration Service or the court regarding reopening their case. Some asylum seekers have spent more than one decade of their life in the centres.

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Howaida M. Rustem, “If we are being sent back, we may die”

What is painful for a mother is that her children were born in a country full of peace, freedom and equality, and that they then one day should return back to a country full of war, conflicts and unstableness. A country called Iraq where tension between religious groups has caused large destructions.

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