Political Material Case

Concerning A.P.J vs Denmark for violation of articles 7, 19 and 26 of CCPR. The author claims that in 2008, he started helping a friend, A.M., who distributed medication smuggled to the Islamic Republic of Iran from Iraq. However, the author found that his friend also transported political material from the Democratic Party of Iranian […]

  • Decision: 26. April 2017
Human Rights
CCPR 2252/2013

Basij case

Concerning Ka.H. vs. Denmark for violation of article 2, 6 and/or 7, 13, 14 and 26 of CCPR. The author fears persecution because he was an active member of the Basij, between 2004-2007. He worked as a guard and collected information on people who crossed the specific control areas. After the presidential election in 2009, […]

Human Rights
CCPR 2423/2014

Iranian Green Movement case

Concerning Ms. P.H.A vs Denmark for violation of Articles 1, 2, 3, 12 and 15 of CEDAW.   The applicant left Iran because she and her husband were tortured. In 2007, The applicant was given 25 lashes for serving alcohol. In 2009, the applicant’s husband participated in the Iranian Green Movement demonstrations after which he […]

  • Decision: 24. November 2016
Gender
CEDAW 61/2013

Satellite dishes case

Concerning Mr. M.B.S vs Denmark for violation of article 7 and 13 of CCPR. The applicant departed from his home country because he was dissatisfied with the general situation in Iran. The applicant and his friends were arrested for selling satellite dishes. During the detention, the applicant was subject to torture and to psychological pressure. […]

Human Rights
CCPR 2439/2014

Refugee Quota

Concerning Mr. R.K vs. Denmark for violation of article 3 of CAT. The author was tortured before fleeing Iran in the 1980’s and he applied for asylum in Greece. He was invited to Denmark on the so-called Refugee Quota* (Read more about the Refugee quota at the end of this résumé) and he got a […]

  • Decision: 1. September 2016
Torture
CAT 607/2014

Relationship in Secrecy

Concerning V.R. and N.R. and their son (represented by Daniel Norrung) vs Denmark for violation of articles 6, 7 and 18 of CCPR. V.R. and N.R started a relationship without their parent’s knowledge. However, N.R.’s parents arranged for her to marry someone else, A. After the wedding, the authors continued their relationship in secret for […]

  • Decision: 30. August 2016
Human Rights
CCPR 2745/2016

Minor seeking asylum with his brother

Concerning Z.S. and M.S. vs. Denmark – violations of art. 6, 7, 13, 14 and 26 of CCPR: Denmark was filed an initial complain against a deportation order to him and his younger brothers country of origin, Afghanistan, December 12 2014 by the Danish Refugee Appeal Board in violation of CCPR article 6 , 7, […]

  • Decision: 11. August 2016
Human Rights
CCPR 2488/2014

Barika refugee camp case

Concerning X (represented by Helle Holm Thomsen) vs Denmark for violation of articles 7 and 26 of CCPR. The author was born to a Muslim Iranian family of Kurdish in Iraq and he resided in the Barika refugee Camp. The author was discriminated against for being a Kurd and that he did not even have […]

  • Decision: 21. October 2015
Human Rights
CCPR 2389/2014

Sympathizer of the Kurdish Democratic Party of Iran case

The applicant is an Iranian national of Kurdish ethnicity. The applicant had gone to school for 13 years in the Islamic Republic of Iran. He is an active sympathizer of the Kurdish Democratic Party of Iran since 2008, and has participated in activities to promote the party, such as handing out flyers. He distributed fliers […]

  • Decision: 7. September 2015
Human Rights
CCPR 2329/2014

Democratic Party of Iranian Kurdistan

Concerning N (represented by Helle Holm Thomsen) vs Denmark for violation of articles 7 of CCPR. The author was born into a Muslim Iranian family of Kurdish origin in Al-Tash refugee camp, Iraq. The author’s father had been a member of the Democratic Party of Iranian Kurdistan (PDKI) and had “fought for PDKI” and lost […]

  • Decision: 27. August 2015
Human Rights
CCPR 2426/2014

The Iranian Committee for Reformation on the Wall

Concerning S.A vs Denmark for violation of articles 3 and 22 of CAT. The complainant was born in Ghazvin in Iran. In July 2002, the complainant became actively involved in a monarchist group called “Refrondom Komite” (the Committee for Reformation on the Wall), a subgroup of the Royalist Party. One day, while handing out leaflets, […]

  • Decision: 30. November 2010
Torture
CAT 339/2008

Discotheque Case

Concerning B.J., a Danish engineer of Iranian origin (represented by legal counsel) vs Denmark for violation of articles 2 and 5 of CERD. The author went to a discotheque in Odense with his brother and a group of friends. Two of them were of Danish origin and four were not. The doorman of the discotheque, […]

  • Decision: 8. May 2000
Race
CERD 17/1999