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These organisations help asylum seekers in Denmark for free

If you are an asylum seeker or a refugee in Denmark, you need to know that there are many organisations that help refugees for free

By: Ahmed

Red Cross (Røde Kors)
Red Cross is an international humanitarian movement with approximately 97 million volunteers, members and staff worldwide. Red Cross was founded to protect human life and health, to ensure respect for all human beings and to prevent and alleviate human suffering. If you are new in Denmark you will most likely get in contact with Red Cross for help. The Danish Red Cross runs a large reception center for newcomers called Center Sandholm. It is located in Birkerød in Allerød Kommune. Phone: 3543 2244, E-mail asyl@redcross.dk, Web page: https://www.rodekors.dk/



Danish Refugee Council
The Danisdrc_22940112785_oh Refugee Council is a humanitarian organisation working in more than 30 countries throughout the world. DRC offers free counselling to all asylum seekers in Denmark. They have an office in Copenhagen with opening hours every Wednesday from 10-13. They explain about the asylum procedure, the asylum laws and can give you legal advice. Address: Borgergade 10, 3. Sal. 1300 København K, Phone: +45 33 73 50 00, Web page: www.flygtning.dk/danmark/asyl/



Refugees Welcome
Refugees Welcome is a small humanitarian organisation. They offer free legal counselling and assistance to asylum seekers, and at the same time they try to ensure the rights of refugees and inform the public of the conditions for refugees in Denmark. Phone: +45 50 55 80 11, E-mail: kontakt@refugeeswelcome.dk,
Web page: www.refugeeswelcome.dk, Also you can find them at the Trampoline House (Trampolinhuset) every Tuesday 16:00 – 17:00 (Thoravej 7, København NV)



Venligboerne is a group of volunteers based all around Denmark. The aim of the group is to minimize the distance between Danish society and the refugees coming to the country, enhance integration, and to help refugees in various matters. They base their actions on kindness and care, and help with, for example, collecting clothes and furniture to those refugees in need of it. Contact: www.facebook.com/venligboerne



Grandparents for Asylum (Bedsteforældre for Asyl)
Grandparents for Asylum is also a group of volunteers, consisting of senior citizens who fight to change the policies so that it will be possible for example to educate and work for those incapable of returning to their country of origin. They do this by organizing demonstrations, and further, amongst various other actions, write open letters to the press to cause attention to a specific case. Web page: www.bedsteforædreforasyl.dk, www.facebook.com/groups/BedsteforaeldreneForAsy




The National Association of gays, lesbians , bisexuals and transgender persons 
LGBT (Landsforeningen for bøsser, lesbiske, biseksuelle og transpersoner) is the national association of gays, lesbians, bisexual and transgender people concerned about political, social, cultural and social equality at all levels of society. So if you are an asylum seeker in Denmark, and you are gay, lesbian or transgender, and you need help you can contact LGBT.
Address 1: Nygade 7,2nd floor. 1164 København K phone: +45 33 13 19 18 Address 2: Mejlgade 71 (Cafe Sappho), 8000 Århus C Phone: +45 86 13 19 48 E-mail: lgbt@lgbt.dk, Web page: www.lgbt.dk


Danish Refugee Youth (Dansk Flygtningehjælp Ungdom)
Danish Refugee Youth (DFUNK) is a youth organization, which works to improve the conditions of refugees in Denmark and internationally. They arrange a number of voluntary social activities for younger asylum seekers. Address: Fælledvej 12, 2200 København N, Phone: + 45 26 77 89 40, E-mail: mail@dfunk.com, Web page: www.dfunk.dk/aktiviteter/aktiviteter-med-flygtninge/fritid-for-flygtninge



Grandchildren for asylum (Børnebørn for Asyl)
brnebrn-for-asyl_22521821018_oGrandchildren for asylum is a voluntary non-profit organization. The organisation are working actively to create awareness and improve the conditions of the asylum seekers in Denmark. Web page: www.facebook.com/bbforasyl




Right to Asylum (Asylret)
asylret_22940112865_oRight to Asylum is a small, private organisation consisting of humanists and left-wing activists, many of whom have been in other similar groups. Among Right to Asylum’s members you will find people with 20 years of experience in the area of refugee issues including legal aspects. Over the years Right to Asylum has worked with a great variety of asylum cases and humanitarian matters. Right to Asylum cooperate with other Danish groups and individuals to improve the quality of life for asylum seekers in Denmark. Right to Asylum also cooperates across national borders working with Swedish, Norwegian, German and British asylum groups.
Asylret works within the following five areas: Legal counselling for rejected asylum seekers. Legal counselling on humanitarian residence permit. Legal counselling on family reunification. Support and care to asylum seekers. Lectures concerning Denmark’s and EU’s refugee policy. E-mail: Info@asylret.dk, Web page: www.Asylret.dk





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