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CURRENT SURVEY by the International Community Advisory Panel

Written by Tetyana Benzeroual
ICAP - the International Community Advisory Panel - which has been doing community surveys over the past few years, providing insights FROM the community for municipal authorities among others. ICAP is finalising the results of thier Education survey whcih took place just before the summer, and have recently launched a new one: asking if people feel at home in the Netherlands. While they are beyond delighted that in less that a week they already have more than 3,000 (!) responses, more means they can also get a clearer idea as to where the challenges lie in our international community.    ICAP’s current survey would like to know if the international community feels that they are part of Dutch society and what they think is important when it comes to feeling at home.    How easy did you find it to make friends and find your way around? Is learning Dutch important and have you ever faced discrimination because you are foreign? All these issues come on board in the survey, which will take about 10 minutes to complete.

ICAP - the International Community Advisory Panel - has been doing community surveys over the past few years, providing insights FROM the community for municipal authorities among others. ICAP’s current survey would like to know if the international community feels that they are part of Dutch society and what they think is important when it comes to feeling at home.


How easy did you find it to make friends and find your way around? Is learning Dutch important and have you ever faced discrimination because you are foreign? All these issues come on board in the survey, which will take about 10 minutes to complete.

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