Trends in the Caribbean Netherlands 2019 presents the latest key figures on the economy and society of the Caribbean Netherlands (Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba)
This Annual Report Youth Monitor 2019 Summary explores the situation of young people in the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Update of SDGs in the Netherlands 2019. Part 2 of the Monitor of Well-being & SDGs 2019 (English).
The Netherlands on the European scale 2019 with facts and figures on the Netherlands in comparison with the rest of the EU.
Annual study of register data on reception and integration of asylum migrants arriving in the Netherlands since 2014, 2014-2028
This edition of CBS’ quarterly Internationalisation Monitor describes the economic relations between the Netherlands and the United States.
New edition of Trends in the Caribbean Netherlands 2018 presents the latest social and economic key figures on developments in the Caribbean Netherlands (Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba)
This Annual Report Youth Monitor 2018 Summary explores the situation of young people in the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
State of affairs regarding integration in the Netherlands: how do people with a (second-generation) migration background differ from persons with a native Dutch background and in which areas are differences minor?
In 2015, the members of the United Nations (UN) adopted an agenda for sustainable development
This handy edition of Trends in the Caribbean Netherlands 2017 presents the latest social and economic key figures
Overview of convergence processes between people with a migration background and those with a Dutch background.
the latest social and economic key figures on developments in the Caribbean Netherlands
Trends in the Netherlands provides figures over 2015 on topics such as population
From January to July 2016, the Netherlands is to hold the presidency of the Council of Europe. To mark this occasion, Statistics Netherlands (CBS) has published The Netherlands on the European Scale 2016. This publication shows how the Netherlands is performing in relation to the other EU member states. In which areas are we top of the class? Where are we lagging behind and where are we ‘an average member state’?