LGBT Asylum follows COVID-19 instructions and recommendations from Danish authorities

[på dansk nedenfor]

Due to the situation with the corona virus, our social activities in LGBT Asylum have been cancelled for the rest of the month. However, our email and phones are still open, and we still provide support and counselling on a one-to-one basis. For information about corona and the situation in Denmark, see the official information from the Danish authorities here – there is an “In English”-section at the bottom of the page.

Keep calm and take care of yourself and each other.

Pga. situationen med corona-virus er alle sociale aktiviteter i LGBT Asylum aflyst resten af måneden. Vores email og telefon er dog stadig åben, og vi yder stadig indviduel støtte og rådgivning. For viden om corona-virus i Danmark, se information fra myndighederne her.

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Keynote speech by Nicholas Chisha from LGBT Asylum at hearing about LGBTI+ refugees, 19 April 2021

22. April 2021

It is an unfortunate fact that at this point in time in the world, the gender identities and sexual orientations that do not conform to the heteronormative concept are still being considered criminal in parts of the world. Being gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, or queer when you are from certain parts of the Sub-Saharan Africa, the middle east, the Caribbean, south America or parts Asia, means that one is also subjected to discrimination, harassment, and, more seriously, violence, imprisonment and death.

Hjemsendelsespolitikken slår hårdt, og det er på tide at ændre den

16. April 2021

Danmark mener som det eneste europæiske land, at det er sikkert at sende flygtninge tilbage til Syrien. Jeg taler meget med mine venner, der også er flygtninge, om, hvad der vil ske med os, og hvad vi skal gøre. Jeg forsøger at være konstruktiv, men angsten gnaver også i mig.

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