New azc in Zeist opens: ‘We don’t talk about the world, but we do about our own humanity’

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The asylum seekers can live in the new complex for five years. It is a large site, still gray and gray at the moment, with hopefully some room for greenery soon. “We also need that living space,” says the mayor, as he walks through the puddles, because the paths have only just been built and are not yet completely finished. “The primary school is further on, the first children were already taught last Thursday. And there will be a childcare facility, a bicycle facility, an outdoor playground, so that space is also needed.”