Our colleague Elianne Zijlstra was interviewed for the Dutch tv program "De Monitor" about asylum-seeking children who have lived in uncertainty for several years. 'Asylum-seeking children who have stayed in the Netherlands for a long period lack perspective, which is harmful for their development', states Elianne Zijlstra.
For more information: Pedagoog maakt zich grote zorgen over asielkinderen die jarenlang in onzekerheid leven [in dutch]
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