Van gerepatrieerdenzorg tot allochtonenbeleid. Wetenschap en beleid met betrekking tot immigranten in Nederland
Trefwoorden:Netherlands, Immigration, Public Policy, Government Policy, immigration policy
SamenvattingIt is argued that the Netherlands has no formal policy on immigration because it has refused to consider itself an immigration country. The few measures that have been taken by the Ministry of Social Welfare to facilitate the absorption of immigrants over the past decade have developed into an informal policy. Although a problem for some time, the position of immigrants in the housing market has recently improved. However, finding employment has remained a major problem, so most research & policy debate has been over the distribution of jobs & how it might be extended to cover immigrants. 1 Figure, 28 References. Adapted from the source document.