1. That to receive asylum is a human right for all those who in one way or another are oppressed, either because of ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation or due to political or religious convictions.
2. That the Danish government’s treatment of asylum seekers on certain issues are in conflict with the UN Refugee Convention as signed by Denmark on July 28th, 1951.
3. That Denmark should respect the UN’s Refugee Convention, Child Convention and the World Declaration on Human Rights. Therefore we must close down all asylum centres, and each asylum seeker should be allowed to live like any other person in the Danish society whilst their case is being heard.
4. That Parliament must ensure that Denmark adheres to the UN Child Convention, including individual family rights.
5. That all hearings of asylum seekers should be performed by competent personnel. Asylret maintains there is a need for psychologists, psychiatrists and doctors. The police are not competent in these particular fields; rather their expertise lies in taking statements and building cases against suspects, not in counselling persecuted and traumatized individuals.
6. That asylum seekers should have temporary residence and working permits, whilst their case is being heard.
7. That asylum seekers should be allowed citizens' rights, including access to a reasonable health service, permission to work as well as being able to get an education equal to other residents of Denmark.
8.That asylum seekers should have access to a lawyer before speaking to the relevant authorities regarding their case.
9. That asylum seekers should be able to appeal any decision taken by the Refugee Appeals Board to an independent court of law.