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Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012
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Presentation Social Exclusion in The Netherlands - March 2012

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    • 1. Social ExclusionImmigrants The Netherlands Jeffrey Pennings Suzanne van Strien Linde van Erp
    • 2. IntroducingSOCIAL EXCLUSION IMMIGRANTSIN THE NETHERLANDS
    • 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. 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. 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. Level & Structure Source: 2011, Central Bureau of Statistics – The Netherlands
    • 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. 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. 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. Level & Structure Forecasting level of immigrants Source: 2011, Central Bureau of Statistics – The Netherlands
    • 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. Oranje fonds - ActionsIntegration projects• Sport• Music• Art• Language courses
    • 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. 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. 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. 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. “Be the change youwant to see in theworld” – MahatmaGandhi
    • 23. Thank you for your attention!!

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