Minister of Social Welfare and Gender Equality Karen Jespersen of Denmark

In a press release February 1, 2007, the Liberal Party Venstre announced that Karen Jespersen had joined the party and would be a candidate for parliament (Folketinget) in the next election.
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in her offices, because she still has her predecessors furnishings.
was a hard worker, and for her, justice was a strong word.
Jespersen had lived as a squatter with other feminist students.
Lives and works in Copenhagen Karen Jespersen was born in a working-class area of Copenhagen.
Jespersen has been a known voice in the societal debate since she was an active women's libber in 1970.
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Minister of social affairs Karen Jespersen is probably a perfect example of this "not actually racist", but "culturally racist" attitude, draped in the mantle of politically correct opinions and beliefs: "It is a big mistake to view the cultural differences as something symbolic, on a par with our "roast pork" and "Christmas Day.
This Per Madsen, who Karin Jespersen is now bringing in from the cold, is the same individual who in The Danish Society's (Danske Forenings) member's journal, amongst other things, expressed the view that "Muslims are still living in the middle ages, with an oppression of women and female culture which is unheard of in this country.
It's been almost two years since, and Karen Jespersen is beginning to wonder whether Peter is getting just a little too comfortable.
Jespersen says others feel entitled to parental support any time they need it.
Karen Jespersen is so new to her job as Denmark's minister of social affairs that she felt compelled to apologize to a visitor that she couldn't identify the painter of the canvases hanging in her offices because she still has her predecessor's furnishings.
Jespersen says she was deeply influenced by her mother, who she said had "little education, but was a hard worker, and for her, justice was a strong word.
Before that, Jespersen had lived as a squatter with other feminist students.
Jespersen denies that her transformation represents a betrayal of principle.