Support for the Dutch rule of law among asylum permit holders
Identification, shared values, evaluations, and institutional trust (full text only available in Dutch)
- Noyon, S.M., Meer, M. van der, Kulu-Glasgow, I., Schans, D.
- Place of publication:
- The Hague
- Year of publication:
- Cahiers 2020-10
DIn recent years, the Netherlands have received large groups of asylum migrants, among which Syrians and Eritreans were the prominent nationalities. Now that many of these migrants have received an asylum permit in the Netherlands, there are worries regarding their structural integration, for instance in terms of their labor market participation and social integration. Furthermore, there are concerns with regards to support for the Dutch rule of law among this group. The concept of support for the rule of law can be defined in several ways. The current study distinguishes four elements: (1) identification as a member of the Dutch rule of law; (2) support for the core values and principles of the Dutch rule of law; (3)evaluations of the performance of the Dutch rule of law; and (4) trust in theinstitutions of the Dutch rule of law.
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