Research on the impact of the coronavirus crisis on internationals in The Hague region
The coronavirus has affected our day-to-day lives on many levels. While the coronavirus measures are gradually being lifted by the government, this pandemic will leave a profound impact on our community.
The coronavirus crisis in the Netherlands has taken a toll on many people, especially so for the international community – expatriates, students and immigrants who are far away from your home country, trying to find your way in a new city. We understand your challenge and we are conducting this research because we want to learn about your experience during this crisis. All responses will be treated anonymously, and the results will be analysed and published on our website.
By answering a few questions in our survey, you can help us to improve our services to accommodate your needs. This survey should take approximately 5 minutes to complete.
Your participation in this survey is anonymous and your response shall be processed with strict confidentiality and in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The Data Protection Declaration applies to all personal data processed by The Hague International Centre in the context of carrying out its tasks. The Hague International Centre does not retain your personal data for longer than necessary for the proper execution of its task and in compliance with its legal obligations. For more information, please consult our Data Protection Declaration.
A report of this survey is available here.