NOA National Report Card on The Netherlands
This report showcases the current policy landscape in 10 areas: culture, education, hate crime, hate speech, Holocaust remembrance, intercultural dialogue, media, religious freedom, security, and sport. The research demonstrates that there is still much the Dutch government can and should do to combat antisemitism.
Regrettably, antisemitism has played a significant role in recent Dutch and European history. Like racism and other forms of hatred, it can only be overcome by recognising and understanding its specific nature and manifestations. By acknowledging existing gaps and opportunities in current national policy and making a concerted, coordinated effort to prevent, address and eradicate antisemitism, a clearer path can be opened towards a more inclusive and democratic Europe.