In Denmark, the dominant idea is that all people have rights and freedom across ethnicity, religious beliefs, gender and sexual orientation. This means that everybody has a right to demand their human rights without being discriminated against based on race, colour, gender, language, religion and political conviction.
The Danish Constitution secures citizens in Denmark certain fundamental civic and democratic rights. Rights such as freedom of speech, religious freedom of conscience and respect for privacy and family life that cannot be curtailed.
Citizens in Denmark have the rights to express themselves. Section 77 describes that every individual is entitled to publicly express their thoughts written, in print or orally without any form of censorship – But as democratic citizens it is also important to take responsibility for what you say or write.