A children's rights expert says she is “deeply worried," about the state of children's rights in the Netherlands.
There has been a decrease in the number of reports of human trafficking in recent years, but this is no cause for relief: trafficking does not occur less often, but is instead becoming more invisible.
A new report by a British internet watchdog foundation finds that over a third of all online links to child porn are hosted on servers in the Netherlands
421,000 children in the Netherlands are at risk of social exclusion, and children's rights organizations are sounding the alarm with four recommendations to help prevent kids in poor families from becoming disadvantaged.
Several children's rights organizations have called for legislation that ensures a residence permit for migrant children who have been in the Netherlands for over five years. Defence for Children, UNICEF and Save the...
Over 150 organizations call on the Dutch government to improve child-friendly care for children of asylum seekers in the Netherlands.
Thirteen-year-old Gláucio and eighteen-year-old Márcia are allowed to stay in the Netherlands with their mother, but their father will not receive a residence permit.
According to Defence for Children, the Netherlands too easily rejects applications for family reunification. The organization also claims that Dutch legislation on family migration is in breach of international rules.
A large number of children in the Netherlands are still subject to violations of their rights, conclude UNICEF the Netherlands and Defence for Children in their Annual Statement. The organizations say the figures are ''shocking."