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Chapter 4.2 History. History of migration after WWII. 1946  Dutch Emigrants to Canada, New Zealand, Australia and the US because of bad economical condition of NL Economic immigrants because of the employment opportunities in the booming post-war Canadian, Australian etc. economies.

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history of migration after wwii
History of migration after WWII
  • 1946  Dutch Emigrants to Canada, New Zealand, Australia and the US because of bad economical condition of NL
  • Economic immigrants because of the employment opportunities in the booming post-war Canadian, Australian etc. economies.
  • 1946-1969  Indonesian immigrants. Two waves, first wave directly after war, mainly white Europeans. Second wave was through the 1960’s when people were moving to Netherlands because of WWII and independence War of Indonesia.
  • 1951  Malaccans, they helped the Dutch during independence War of Indonesia. Were supposed to go back but never went because of instable political situation in Indonesia for Malaccans.
mediterranean countries
Mediterranean countries
  • Economic immigrants because of the employment opportunities in the booming post-war Dutch economy.
  • 1960’s  Greece, Spain, Italy Portugal, 70% of them returned to country of origin
  • End 60’s, early 70’s  Morocco, Tunisia and Turkey, 30% Moroccans and 15% Turkish returned to country of origin.
dutch antillean and surinamese immigrants
Dutch Antillean and Surinamese immigrants
  • Economic immigrants because of the employment opportunities in the Netherlands
  • 1970’s  Surinamese migrants because of decolonization
  • 1975  Surinam became independent. People were able to migrate to the NL’s very easy from Surinam between 1975 en 1980. Brain-drain for Surinam in that period.
  • Antillean had had a steady migration to the NL’s over the years.
problems of the 90 s and early 00 s
Problems of the 90’s and early 00’s.
  • Family reunification and Asylum seekers. Stricter rules for Family reunification since 2004.
  • Eastern European immigrants since 1990’s
  • Polish, Bulgarian and Romanians.
dutch problems or universal
Dutch problems? Or universal?
  • Eastern Europeans stealing our jobs!
  • Or are they?
  • How about their perspective?
polish in the uk
Polish in the UK
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_z5y30Vqu4