A man who shortly after the turn of the millennium got political asylum as kvoteflygtning according to the UN refugee convention, since 2004, accused the Danish authorities for unlawful discrimination.
Paradoxically began the case with that man who said that he was a trained doctor and dentist, even the discriminated people on the basis of their gender.
He refused to provide women hand during a course in 2004.
When the authorities discovered it, he was works of the so-called lægedansk-course at a hospital.
And so began a long and costly appeal, which has now lasted many years, where bl.a. the municipality has used considerable resources to find the file, many of whom disappeared during the kommunesammenlægningen in 2007. Many are discarded because of the personal data act.
the Authorities have failed on a wide, wide range of areas, says the man, who has once again complained to the board for equal treatment.
The Danish authorities, claiming the man, among other things:Committed abuse of power. Cheated him of reimbursement. Tried to hide the truth. Acted in breach of articles 3 and 4 of the UN convention on refugees from 1951. In an unjust manner deprived him cash. Scammed him for a lægedansk course. Discriminated against him because of his religion. Acted in breach of the act on ethnic equal treatment. Prevented him from upgrading to the Danish labour market. Failed to give him access to his case because of his ethnic origin. Pressure him to give the women hand. Not tolerated people of other religious backgrounds and behavior. Not helped him in the labour market. Treated him dishonest and unequal to other citizens. Failed to advise him not to complain about religious discrimination. Blame for the fact that he has lost much and have not been able to practice his profession for many years.
But the man's many complaints was recently once again flatly rejected by the Ligebehandlingssnævnet, which does not even bother to consult the municipality in the case.
It is manifest, that the man can not succeed in its complaint, said the board.
Read the proceedings of the board for equal treatment here and here.