Research reports

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Fact sheet: Situation Analysis Children and Adolescents in the Caribbean Netherlands

Unicef

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On the basis of the 2019 situation analysis, 30 recommendati ons have been formulated toward the Dutch government and public entities. Once applied, actions stemming from the recommendations can ensure that in the future, the impact of initiatives meant to improve the well-being of children will be measurable and equitable, all efforts will be well-coordinated, and the necessary legislative framework and policy environment will be intact. The 7 recommendations that should be prioritized as a first step are highlighted per duty-bearer in this fact sheet.

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Children’s Rights in the Netherlands

Kinderrechten Collectief (Children's Rights Collective)

2008

86

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This is the third report of the Dutch NGO Coalition for Children’s Rights on the implementation of the Convention of the Rights of the Child (CRC) in the Netherlands. The report covers the period from 2004 to June 2007.

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It matters where your cradle stood. A study into poverty-related problems of young adults in the Caribbean Netherlands. 

National Ombudsman

2020

73

Dutch

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Poverty problem in the Caribbean Netherlands is a topic of concern to the National Ombudsman and the Ombudsman for Children. They are not alone in this. Other agencies such as the College of Human Rights and Unicef regularly sound the alarm and emphasize that being able to provide for the basic necessities of life is a (social) fundamental right; a fundamental right that must also be guaranteed in the Caribbean Netherlands.

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Despite the efforts of the cabinet to improve the income position of residents and reduce the cost of living, the two ombudsmen still see too little progress. This has been the reason to start a broad thematic research into poverty in the Caribbean Netherlands. In this chapter, the background of this thematic research and the focus of this specific research are explained in more detail.

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Strategic Program Document Children's Rights Caribbean Netherlands 2019-2021

Unicef

2019

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UNICEF The Netherlands has developed a Children's Rights Program for the Caribbean Netherlands. The program lasts from September 2019 to December 2021 and is funded by the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations. This document has been prepared for the public entities to provide insight into the program.

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The coronacrisis and Children and Adolescents on Bonaire

UNICEF The Nederlands

 

2020

17

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This assessment report serves to assist OLB and partners, including the Dutch Government, with identifying necessary actions needed to respond to the risks and needs of the most vulnerable children and their families as the crisis continues, while also taking preventive and preparatory actions in the event of future crises. UNICEF Netherlands urges all authorities involved to centrally consider the rights and the best interest of the child in all measures taken during the Corona crisis and other crisis situations.

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The Corona Crisis and Children and Adolescents in The Netherlands

UNICEF The Nederlands

 

2020

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UNICEF The Netherlands, with the support of Leiden University, the Faculty of Law, made an inventory of more than eighty possible risks. The risks are divided into seven overarching themes and provide insight into the impact that the corona crisis and the measures have on children and young people in the Netherlands. For example, the job loss of thousands of people also means an increase in the number of children living in poverty.

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Increasing poverty also leads to great concerns in the Caribbean Netherlands about an increase in domestic violence and child abuse.The identified risks are divided into seven themes:
• Poverty
• Violence against children
• Education
• Mental well-being
• Migration
• Youth care, youth mental health care and juvenile criminal law
• Caribbean Netherlands

Within each theme, a brief outline is given of the situation before this crisis, developments directly or indirectly resulting from the corona crisis and recommendations for now and the future to guarantee the rights of children and youth.

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Interim Evaluation Report Children's Rights Programme

Caribbean Netherlands 2019-2021

Unicef The Netherlands 

 

 

2013

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This research was carried out in collaboration with the public entities and the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations (BZK) to improve the situation of children and young people in the Caribbean Netherlands. The Children's Rights Program in the Caribbean Netherlands (2019-21) is largely based on the findings of the 2019 Situation Analysis (SitAn) of children and adolescents in the Caribbean Netherlands. This report provides an overview of the results achieved between the start of the program in September 2019 and January 2021.

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It also provides an indication of the schedule for the rest of the program for which we intend to apply for an extension from January through June 2022.