The government has set aside 250 million kroner to help tackle social control, radicalisation, religious coercion and other negative tendencies born out of parallel societies involving minorities.

Part of the proposal includes an exit package designed to assist women, young people and children who endure strong social controls, violence and other forms of oppression that deny the individual's right to decide over their own lives.

"The oppressive behaviour we see in parallel societies is deeply unacceptable," said the immigration and integration minister, Inger Støjberg.

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