The new Dutch government recently presented its coalition agreement, after the longest negotiation period in Dutch history, in which migration played a key role. The eventual coalition agreement’s section on migration titled ‘humane and effective migration policy’ indicates what to expect from the new government on migration and asylum. This post discusses what such a policy looks like in the eyes of the governing parties.
|Media of output||Border Criminologies|
|Publication status||Published - 11 Dec 2017|
- coalition agreement