In November 2015, the new Danish government introduced 34 controversial proposals to tighten the Danish Alien Act in order to make Denmark less attractive to asylum seekers and stopping the influx. 13 tightenings were passed the following week, and this Wednesday, the Danish parliament will debate the remaining proposals, including a proposal to postpone the right to family reunification for refugees with temporary protection status from 1 to 3 years!

Join Trampoline House and Welcome to Denmark on Wednesday, January 13, 1 pm at Gammeltorv as we protest against the government's refugee policy and the 34 tightenings, which a majority in parliament is expected to vote for. There will be speeches by Morten Goll, director of Trampoline House, and Line Søgaard, spokesperson for Welcome to Denmark. Please also sign the petition at

Trampoline House has lots of other exciting activities and services this week that you can read more about in our Calendar.

And remember that we need to find 1,500 people, who will become monthly donors with DKK 100 per month, in order for Trampoline House to survive. Help us by signing up and encouraging 2 friends in your network to sign up as well at It only takes 7 seconds!

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