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Our Write & Unite; children's stories competition celebrates the International Decade for People of African Descent

There are around 200 million people identifying themselves as being of African descent live in the Americas. Many millions more live in other parts of the world, outside of the African continent. The promotion and protection of human rights of people of African descent has been a priority concern for the United Nations. For this reason, the International the General Assembly of the United Nations, declared that the Decade for People of African Descent (resolution 68/237) be observed from 2015 to 2024. This decade provides a solid framework for the United Nations, Member States, civil society and all other relevant actors to join together with people of African descent and take effective measures for the implementation of the programme of activities in the spirit of recognition, justice and development.

The theme of our 2016 Write & Unite was conceived with the Decade for People of African Descent in mind. We invite legal residents of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (including the Caribbean areas) to submit a story that shows, in a fun, playful or inspiring way that everyone, black, white, yellow, ginger or brown is equal and has the same intrinsic human value.

More information can be found here



International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

Attacks against refugees, asylum seekers and migrants are unacceptable, say heads of European human rights institutions

On the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, the heads of Europe’s main intergovernmental human rights institutions call for a strong response to xenophobic attacks against migrants, asylum seekers and refugees, and call on governments and state authorities to uphold their international obligations in this regard.

With the drownings in the Mediterranean persisting as refugees, asylum seekers and migrants continue to risk their lives to reach safety, this is the time to strengthen our commitment to the right to life and to dignity, said Michael O’Flaherty, Director of the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), Michael Georg Link, Director of the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), and Christian Ahlund, Chair of the Council of Europe’s European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI). Full article.

Source: FRA


Police threaten anti-refugee rioters with naming and shaming

The faces of several dozen people thought to have been involved in December’s anti-refugee riots in Geldermalsen were placed on the police website politie.nl on Friday in an effort to track them down. The photos, with the features obscured, will also be broadcast on local television on Friday evening. However, those who don’t come forward will reach national notoriety on February 2, when the photos will be broadcast without blurring on television crime show Opsporing Verzocht, police said on Friday.

Source: DutchNews

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Nasim, the new trainee in our programme Intensive Language Skills Coaching for Unemployed Youths - INHOW

Nasim, born in Iran is our new INHOW trainee: Intensive Language Skills Coaching for Unemployed Youths.

Through this programme job seekers will get the opportunity to do assignments that are comparable to the work future employers would assign them. The participants will be coached during the process, and their assignments will be assessed by coaches with elaborate working experience or by entrepreneurs. The participants will be assessed on their level of Dutch language skills as well as to what extent their work meets the expectations of employers. It is a 6-month programme (8 assignments). The cost of the programme is € 300 in total (50,- per month). The programme is meant for youngsters, but anyone who is interested is welcome to apply. Interest? Contact us 


The first training 'Discrimination-free selection mechanisms' completed!

The first group of employees and managers of temporary employment agencies has completed the training 'Discrimination-free selection mechanisms'!

Inclusive Works offers this training, together with Art.1 MN, to managers and employees of in temporary employment agencies.

The training consists of three sessions. The first session strengthens the participant's knowledge of discrimination law and how to apply this in their daily work. In the second session, the (unconscious) selection mechanisms and processes that lead to indirect discrimination are discussed. In the third session realistic solutions are sought and existing solutions (good practices) are presented to transform discriminatory requests into neutral requests.


We thank the participants for their active and positive contribution during the training!

For more information or to request our training? Please contact us!