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Private accident most common cause of non-natural death

Last year, 5.4 thousand persons in the Netherlands died a non-natural death. Non-natural death includes fatal accidents, suicide, murder and manslaughter. Most victims died in accidents.

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One in ten young people bullied online

In 2012 over 10 percent of the 15 to 18 year-olds were bullied online. Slander and malicious gossip are most common, followed by stalking, threat and blackmail. Most victims do not report this to the...

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One in 15 employees involved in work-related accidents

Last year, 458 thousand workers sustained physical or mental damage due to accidents in the workplace, i.e. 1 in 15 employees in the Netherlands. Nearly half of victims were absent from work at least...

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Bonaire residents feeling safer

Residents of Bonaire felt safer in 2017 than in 2013.

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Annual Report Youth Monitor 2018 Summary

This Annual Report Youth Monitor 2018 Summary explores the situation of young people in the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

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SDG 16 Peace, justice and strong institutions

Latest data contributing to worldwide monitoring of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 16 Peace, justice and strong institutions. SDG 16 aims to promote a safe society with institutions that are...

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Annual Report on Integration 2018

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...

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One in five cases of sexual harassment occur in the workplace

In 2009, one in every forty women were subject to unwelcome sexual advances; 20 percent occurred in the workplace. Only 10 percent were reported to the police.

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More deaths among cyclists than car occupants in 2017

In 2017, more cyclists than car occupants died in traffic accidents, of whom 1/4 on an e-bike.

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More cyclists killed on Dutch roads

811 people were killed in road traffic accidents in the Netherlands in 2006.

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Traffic deaths down again

640 people were killed in traffic accidents in the Netherlands in 2010. This is 11 percent fewer than the 720 deaths in 2009, and continues the downward trend observed in the last few years.

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National  problems hardly related to regions

There is hardly any difference between what Dutch people in urban and rural areas define as urgent national problems.

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Dramatic decline fatal road accidents in 2008

Last year, 750 people died on Dutch roads.

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Young people without basic qualification relatively often heard by the police

Young people without basic qualification are much more often heard by the police than those who have graduated from secondary vocational education level 2 (mbo-2) or higher. Unemployed school...

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