Youth monitor


  • About the National Youth Monitor

    The National Youth Monitor is a summary of information, available in print and on the Internet, about the situation of young people in the Netherlands. The purpose of the monitor is to inform policymakers, researchers and other interested parties about the situation of the youth in the Netherlands today.  The monitor is compiled on the basis of existing reports and datasets and presents a picture of how the population aged 0-24 years in the Netherlands is doing.

  • Subscriptions

    To receive the publications of the National Youth Monitor automatically by email free of charge, please complete this subscription form. You can use the same form to unsubscribe.

  • Who is involved in making the National Youth Monitor?

    The development of consistent youth policy requires consistent and coherent information. The National Youth Monitor has therefore been developed at the request of the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport, the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment, and the Ministry of Safety and Justice.

    Statistics Netherlands is responsible for carrying out the National Youth Monitor. It combines the data flows required to provide the data for the Monitor. The website and the database, too, were developed by Statistics Netherlands.

  • Contact

    If you have any questions about the National Youth Monitor, the indicators, the publication or the underlying surveys, contact the Youth Information desk. It can be reached from 9.00 to 17.00 hrs, Monday to Friday, on telephone number 0031 88 570 75 75.

    You can also contact the Youth Information Desk by email, using this form; the form makes it easier to answer your questions more quickly and efficiently.