Netherlands- 85 Per Cent of Refugees Still Unemployed. I am sure this will totally pay for itself as our politicians keep saying!https://t.co/omFFBhg0Ng
— Stan (@StanM3) May 2, 2018
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The Netherlands deports native Dutch man instead of criminal immigrants https://t.co/GlTBdfZmWo
— Voice of Europe (@V_of_Europe) January 29, 2018
The 59-year-old Urho Engels, was born in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. But he moved with his parents to the United States when he was two years old.
A few years ago, he divorced his wife and he wanted to live in the Netherlands again. According to Urho he had “too many memories, I didn’t want to stay in the U.S. anymore”. Because he still had many friends in the Netherlands, he decided to move to his home country.
Hundreds of Roma children are being used by family members as pickpockets, burglars or even sex slaves in the Netherlands, various experts and aid workers said to Nieuwsuur. The police responded that 400 detectives work on hundreds of human trafficking cases per year, including the exploitation of Roma children. Police officers will get extra training this year on recognizing the signs of human trafficking.
The aid workers and experts told Nieuwsuur that the Dutch government and authorities do not provide adequate protection for these Roma children. If such a child is arrested by the police, he or she is often returned to a family member which only exploits the child again. An internal National Police and Public Prosecution report, in the hands of Nieuwsuur, confirms this image. “There is insufficient knowledge and awareness among the police and judiciary that crimes committed by minors can involve human trafficking”, that report reads, according to the broadcaster.