This week will see the Netherlands' general election taking place, with voting spread over three days due to COVID19 and the result being known sometime Wednesday night. This time around the election campaigns have been relatively 'mild' with debates held in the assumption that not much will change. That’s always a dangerous place to be in election terms, as apathy can be democracy's greatest enemy.
The question about immigrants is one of the key issues in Wednesday’s Dutch election. With that in mind, we asked international students from WUAS just how welcome they feel in Holland, and about the level of tolerance they experience from Dutch society.