Building inclusion

Migration and integration / Integration

Building inclusion

Housing and integration of ethnic minorities in the Netherlands

Summary

This report traces the migration and housing histories of immigrants and their children since World War II. Central issues in this study are access to housing by different ethnic minority groups over time, the quality of housing in neighbourhoods where those groups often live, and residential segregration. This volume is one in a series of seven reports on housing access and the social inclusion of vulnerable groups in Europe. The reports are part of the Building Inclusion project, supported by the European Programme for Employment and Social Solidarity (2007-2013).

Index

Foreword

  1. Building inclusion
  2. General context: definitions, numbers, migration flows
  3. Institutional and housing policy context
  4. National policy on integration and access to housing
  5. Actual housing position of migrants and their descendants
  6. Area-based policies and practices: coping with residential segregation
  7. Conclusions and discussion
References

Publication data

Author(s):
Kullberg, J., Kulu-Glasgow, Isik
Organization(s):
WODC, SCP
Place of publication:
The Hague
Publisher:
The Netherlands Institute for Social Research - SCP
Year of publication:
2009
ISBN:
978-90-377-0442-6

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