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The Dutch integration test looks a lot more like a language test according to Max Spotti, who investigates the question why in this column.
Eurpean nations are using their own nation language as the threshold to define what it means to be “one of us”. Relevant language policies in integration tests are far from embracing multiculturalism, but ones that feed intolerance and prejudice.
In this article, Anastasia Goana Go Ying Ying deconstructs the 'kapsalon shoarma'. She argues that the kapsalon can be read as an index of superdiversity.