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If you insult someone publically you might be called in for an “injury case”Anything that threatens the security of the nation is punishable by lawThe government can take away your freedom of speech if you are a prisoner The army in charge of the defense of Denmark can take away the freedom of speech of any soldier if it is necessary for security or discipline Some jobs, like therapists and people who handle cases are under a confidentiality agreement.
You can not in danmark say to someone “I am going to kill you” or anyhting like that.
Freedom of Speech
A Workshop By:Karan Khosla
Raise awareness (e.g. about Arab Spring) Talk about “What is Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Assembly really?” Freedom of speech in modern society and in Denmark Case study of people fighting for their rights Interactive activity
Who: Ordinary citizens, wanting freedom What: Democratic uprisings and revolutions spread through the Arab world Where: Middle east and North Africa (MENA) When: 17 December 2010 (Mohamed Bouazizi set himself on fire in Tunisia) How: Large scale protests Why: To have a democratic government which will hear their opinion. To get rid of dictatorship
President of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights and Director of the Gulf Center for Human Rights. Nabeel Rajab was initially jailed for a tweet, but is Nabeel Rajab imprisoned today for organizing protests in the streets of Bahrain.
The Danish court sees Freedom of expression and assembly as vital for a democracy The legislation sets some limits to what you are allowed to say or write publicly. Insults National Security Prisoners Army Confidentiality
§ 266 b criminalize speech by which a group of people are threatened, insulted or degraded on account of their race, skin color, national or ethnic origin, religion or sexual orientation.