The number of young people who contact Red-Safehouse, which operates two hidden locations dedicated to young people fleeing so-called honour-related conflicts, has increased significantly over the past eight years.

The figures revealed that number of young people looking for a safe haven has increased from 88 in 2008 to a record 307 last year.

"Unfortunately, I think we've only seen the tip of the iceberg, which is most probably due to young people feeling shame, guilt and fear," Anita Johnson, the head of Red-Safehouse, told Jyllands-Posten newspaper.

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