3.1 Migration to the Netherlands

3.1 Migration to the Netherlands
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3.1 Migration to the Netherlands

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At the end of this lesson you are able to

  • Name the biggest groups of immigrants in the Netherlands and explain why they came here.
  • Put the arrival of current groups of migrants to the Netherlands into the correct chronological order.

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Guest workers
In the 1960s guest workers from the Mediterranean came here to work temporarily.
Also called migrant workers.

Return migration was the plan, but most of them stayed here.

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Former colonies
Biggest groups:
  • Indonesia (1945) 
  • Surinam (1975)
  • Antilles (1986)

Reasons:
  1. They speak Dutch.
  2. No trust in independence.

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Refugees
Refugees are people who flee from danger (mostly war).

Worldwide: 26,4 million seek asylum outside their country. 82.4 million including people within their own country.

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Refugees Ukraine

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Were do they go?
Look at the list on the left, where do these refugees come from?


Turkey: Syria
Colombia: Venezuela
Germany: Ukraine
Pakistan: Afghanistan
Uganda: South sudan and DRC (Congo)

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Seasonal workers
Rapid growth after 2004, because many countries in Eastern Europe became EU member states.

Circular migration = migration 
between the home country and another country for work.

Within a year = seasonal migration.

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Essence
The population of the Netherlands includes four distinct groups of immigrants. Firstly, guest workers from Morocco and Turkey who have stayed in our country. Secondly, people from former colonies: Indonesia, Surinam and the Dutch Antilles. Thirdly, refugees, who fled from different places around the world where it was unsafe. Fourthly, circular and seasonal migrants from Eastern Europe, of which most decide not to stay in the Netherlands.

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Aren’t we all descended from migrants?
It is not only during recent decades that people have arrived in our country; for centuries and millennia before, people came to the area we now call the Netherlands. Around the beginning of the era, it was the Romans and during the Middle Ages, it was the Saxons. Later on, Portuguese, Spanish, German and French people came to the Netherlands. Maybe one of your ancestors from long ago was in one of these groups of people!

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Note!
Guest worker- Recruited by Dutch government in the 60s. 
Migrant worker- Same as guest worker but in the Netherlands it mostly refers to people who were not guestworkers but still come to work here temporarily.
Migrant from former colony- people from Dutch Antilles, Surinam, Indonesia etc...
Refugee (vluchteling)- Someone who flees from danger.
Asylumseeker (azielzoeker)- Refugee who applied for asylum but is yet to be processed. No refugee status yet.
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10:00
Done? Start reading paragraph 1!!

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To do:
Paragraph 1: Exercises 1 to 8

Done? Follow the link
https://opendata.cbs.nl/statline/#/CBS/nl/navigatieScherm/thema?themaNr=82335
Figure out how many people emigrated from the Netherlands in 2022,

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At the end of this lesson you are
able to explain what circular migration is
able to explain what seasonal migration is

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Carefully study the photo.

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Name all the possible reasons why these people would risk the dangers of migration.

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Types of migrants

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What do you see?
What are the doing? Is this happening somewere else as well?
Is that ok?Or could it be different?

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Seasonal workers NOTE1
Circular migration- migrating between their homeland and a different country for work

Seasonal migration- circular migration but just for one particular part of the year, for example harvest season

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To do 
Check your answers
Do exercises 9 to 12
Done? move on to the mindmap on page 107
Challenge? Figure out how many seasonal workers we have in the Netherlands for a particular harvest. (asparagus, tulip bulb pickers, fruitpickers etcetera....) 

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