Acceptance of homosexuality in the Netherlands 2011. International comparison, trends and current situation
English title: Acceptance of homosexuality in the Netherlands 2011. International comparison, trends and current situation
Author(s): Saskia Keuzenkamp -
Type: Book (monograph)
The Dutch government wishes to promote the social acceptance of homosexuality. To gain an impression of the current status and the progress in achieving this objective, the government asked the Netherlands Institute for Social Research/SCP to carry out a study of the current statistics and trends in this regard. This report shows that the Netherlands is still the most gay-tolerant country in Europe. Nonetheless, there are limits to that tolerance and there are some groups in Dutch society which clearly have more difficulty with homosexuality than others (e.g. young people, members of orthodox religions and non-Western migrants).
City: The Hague
Number of pages: 36