Denmark was the first country to sign the UN Convention relating to the Status of Refugees in 1951 and since then this small Scandinavian nation has received and helped many refugees.
Over the past decade, however, the national laws and Aliens Consolidation Act have been changed repeatedly and this has led to international criticism and allegations that the Danish Government is constantly about to break international conventions.
The Danish people are torn between national interests and international human rights.
Nobody knows exactly how many refugees are living underground in Denmark but in fact there are Danish citizens who choose to break the law in order to help them.
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