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A protest against the far-right, anti-immigrant group “For Frihed,” or For Freedom, Copenhagen, Denmark, April 9, 2016 (Photo by Noe Falk Nielsen for Sipa USA via AP Images).

Why Denmark’s Controversial ‘Ghetto Laws’ Risk Alienating Immigrant Communities

Friday, Nov. 16, 2018

In this week’s Trend Lines podcast, WPR’s editor-in-chief, Judah Grunstein, and managing editor, Frederick Deknatel, discuss the political fallout from the draft Brexit agreement reached by the government of British Prime Minister Theresa May and the European Union. For the Report, Rik Rutten talks with WPR’s senior editor, Robbie Corey-Boulet, about Denmark’s controversial so-called ghetto laws targeting heavily immigrant neighborhoods.

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