Social ExclusionImmigrants The Netherlands Jeffrey Pennings Suzanne van Strien Linde van Erp
IntroducingSOCIAL EXCLUSION IMMIGRANTSIN THE NETHERLANDS
Definition                Immigrants   Establishment of people from abroad      in the Netherlands. To be counted         ...
Level & Structure                             ~16.6                             Million                                   ...
Level & Structure      Level of immigrants                                   Immigration                  Population   % i...
Level & Structure      Source: 2011, Central Bureau of Statistics – The Netherlands
Level & Structure      Structure of immigration people - Gender     90000     80000     70000     60000     50000         ...
Level & Structure      Structure of immigration people – Marital state       160000       140000       120000       100000...
Level & Structure      Structure of immigration people – Age structure       2010       2009       2008                   ...
Level & Structure      Forecasting level of immigrants      Source: 2011, Central Bureau of Statistics – The Netherlands
CausesCauses to come to the NetherlandsFor the skilled immigrants:• Work opportunities and    expectations for a good care...
ConsequencesSociety• Enrichment of the level of knowledge• Multicultural society  group formation• Diversity• Criminality...
Government roleImmigration PolicyForeigners that want to stay longer than 3months should ask for a residence permit(exclud...
SUPPORTING   GIVING                          ACTIVITIES OF  SUBSIDIES                        NON-PROFIT                   ...
Oranje fonds   What is the Oranje Fonds?   • Founded in 2002   • Supports social cohesion and social integration projects ...
Oranje fonds              Financial expenditures of Oranje Fonds 35,000,000 30,000,000 25,000,000 20,000,000 15,000,000 10...
Oranje fonds - ActionsIntegration projects•   Sport•   Music•   Art•   Language courses
Oranje fonds  Current Marketing Strategy  •Current target group for their marketing: 30+  • Support by Princess Máxima and...
Oranje fonds  Current promotion  •Online channels:  • You can donate a monthly amount online.  • Own a Youtube channel.  •...
Oranje fonds  Website - Strengths of the Oranje fonds  • The possibility to make an online donation.  • Citizens can submi...
Conclusions   The Netherlands should pay     more attention to social           exclusion   How?   • Create more awareness...
“Be the change youwant to see in theworld” – MahatmaGandhi
Thank you for your   attention!!
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    1. 1. Social ExclusionImmigrants The Netherlands Jeffrey Pennings Suzanne van Strien Linde van Erp
    2. 2. IntroducingSOCIAL EXCLUSION IMMIGRANTSIN THE NETHERLANDS
    3. 3. Definition Immigrants Establishment of people from abroad in the Netherlands. To be counted as an immigrant these people need to be registered in the municipal population register Source: 2011, Central Bureau of Statistics – The Netherlands
    4. 4. Level & Structure ~16.6 Million Population ~80% ~20% Dutch Immigrants ~5% ~2.4% EU Indonesia ~2.2% ~2% Turkey Suriname ~2% ~0.8% Morocco Caribbean ~4.8% Others
    5. 5. Level & Structure Level of immigrants Immigration Population % immigration of X 1 000 total population 2004 94,0 16 258 032 0,58 % 2005 92,3 16 305 526 0,57 % 2006 101,2 16 334 210 0,62 % 2007 116,8 16 357 992 0,71 % 2008 143,5 16 405 399 0,87 % 2009 146,4 16 485 787 0,89 % 2010 154,4) 16 574 989 0,93 % Source: 2011, Central Bureau of Statistics – The Netherlands
    6. 6. Level & Structure Source: 2011, Central Bureau of Statistics – The Netherlands
    7. 7. Level & Structure Structure of immigration people - Gender 90000 80000 70000 60000 50000 Male 40000 Female 30000 20000 10000 0 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Source: 2011, Central Bureau of Statistics – The Netherlands
    8. 8. Level & Structure Structure of immigration people – Marital state 160000 140000 120000 100000 Divorced 80000 Widowed Married 60000 Single 40000 20000 0 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Source: 2011, Central Bureau of Statistics – The Netherlands
    9. 9. Level & Structure Structure of immigration people – Age structure 2010 2009 2008 0-20 2007 20-65 2006 65+ 2005 2004 0 50000 100000 150000 200000 Source: 2011, Central Bureau of Statistics – The Netherlands
    10. 10. Level & Structure Forecasting level of immigrants Source: 2011, Central Bureau of Statistics – The Netherlands
    11. 11. CausesCauses to come to the NetherlandsFor the skilled immigrants:• Work opportunities and expectations for a good career• Third most attractive country for skilled migrantsFor the other immigrants:• Family reasons• Heard about it from others• Safe, free and rich country
    12. 12. ConsequencesSociety• Enrichment of the level of knowledge• Multicultural society  group formation• Diversity• CriminalityEconomic situation• The number of unemployed people• The rate of employment will decreaseDemographic• the size of the country VS the number of immigrants  over population
    13. 13. Government roleImmigration PolicyForeigners that want to stay longer than 3months should ask for a residence permit(excluding EU citizens and knowledgeimmigrants)Investments2011800 million euros
    14. 14. SUPPORTING GIVING ACTIVITIES OF SUBSIDIES NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS SUPPORTING ACTIVITIES DONE PROJECT BY THE LOCAL ‘’VOOR UIT’’ COMMUNITY PROVIDING AND MANYDUTCH CLASSES OTHER THINGS..
    15. 15. Oranje fonds What is the Oranje Fonds? • Founded in 2002 • Supports social cohesion and social integration projects •Active in the Netherlands and some former Dutch Antilles. • Spend 170 million in 2010 on projects. • 46 employers in 2012 How?  Small-scale neighborhood initiatives  Monitoring projects for young and older people  Language programs
    16. 16. Oranje fonds Financial expenditures of Oranje Fonds 35,000,000 30,000,000 25,000,000 20,000,000 15,000,000 10,000,000 5,000,000 0 2007 2008 2009 2010 Source 2012; Central office Foundation of Recruitment
    17. 17. Oranje fonds - ActionsIntegration projects• Sport• Music• Art• Language courses
    18. 18. Oranje fonds Current Marketing Strategy •Current target group for their marketing: 30+ • Support by Princess Máxima and Prince Willem- Alexander • Best 3 projects of each year are awarded by the Oranje Fonds on:  Social Cohesion  Social Welfare  Innovation
    19. 19. Oranje fonds Current promotion •Online channels: • You can donate a monthly amount online. • Own a Youtube channel. • Using Google Adwords. •Offline channels, • Donating by SMS (€2,50). • Sending vouchers as donations • Extensive Media coverage
    20. 20. Oranje fonds Website - Strengths of the Oranje fonds • The possibility to make an online donation. • Citizens can submit their own project. • Project gets support with supervision. • Possibility to subscribe to the newsletter. • Annual report with statistics. Weaknesses: • Some social media aren’t used well. • People’s opinions are neglected
    21. 21. Conclusions The Netherlands should pay more attention to social exclusion How? • Create more awareness by online and offline promotions • Direct & indirect projects • Example: Encourage residents to volunteer and help immigrants
    22. 22. “Be the change youwant to see in theworld” – MahatmaGandhi
    23. 23. Thank you for your attention!!

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