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  • Three future scenarios show what Dutch society can look like in 2030 when it comes to diversity due to migration. The scenarios are deliberately policy-poor; they show the impact of autonomous development without government intervention. The scenarios are intended as a tool for meaningful thinking about future-oriented policy. The scenarios were prepared by Futureconsult on behalf of the Society and Integration Directorate of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment.

    Dutch Ministry of Social Affairs: Envisioning 2030
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  • In its 5th country report for The Netherlands, the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance concludes amongst others that: 1) politics and the media are still strongly influenced by xenophobic language and scare, 2) ¬†children with a migrant background end up disproportionately at the lower levels of secondary education, 3) ethnic profiling by police is on the rise and 4) integration policy is failing newcomers.

    2019 ECRI country report on The Netherlands
  • In its 5th country report for The Netherlands, the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance concludes amongst others that: 1) politics and the media are ‘still strongly influenced’ by xenophobic language and scare, 2) ¬†children with a migrant background end up disproportionately at the lower levels of secondary education, 3) ethnic profiling by police is on the rise and 4) integration policy is failing newcomers.

    European Commission against Racism and Intolerance: country report 2019
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