Sunday, June 14, 2009

Situation of Children in Asylum Seekers Center Breaks International Law

Dutch centers for asylum seekers are breaking international law and are a serious danger for the development of the children growing up there. A report with 65 recommendations for improvement was presented to Deputy Minister Nebahat Albayrak (Labor). Six to eight thousand children live with their parents in such centers. The Netherlands doesn’t meet international standards regarding living conditions, education, health care, security and recreation are concerned.

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