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Reappraising culture: presentation and debate
05-03-2015

Reappraising culture: presentation and debate

On 5 March 2015, from 11.30 hrs, the WRR will present its Investigation report ‘Reappraising culture’ (Cultuur herwaarderen) at International Press Centre Nieuwspoort in The Hague. The report will be presented to the Dutch Minister of Education, Culture and Science, Ms Jet Bussemaker, following which there will be a panel discussion with experts from the field, chaired by Ruben Maes.

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02-10-2014

Towards a food policy

The Council presented its new report, ‘Towards a food policy’ (Naar een voedselbeleid) to the State Secretary for Economic Affairs on 2 October 2014. In this report, the WRR analyses developments in the national and international food supply in recent decades and explores new problems and challenges.

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17-11-2014

Promote links between housing, care and pensions

The WRR Investigation Op maat voor later. Maatschappelijke initiatieven op de snijvlakken van wonen, zorg en pensioenen (‘Tailor-made for later. Social initiatives at the interface of housing, care and pensions’) describes a large number of innovative forms of funding, service delivery and organisation at the interface of housing, care and pensions.

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WRR-Lecture 2014: The future of globalization
6-11-2014

WRR-Lecture 2014: The future of globalization

Joseph E. Stiglitz, Nobel Prizewinner and Professor of Economics at Columbia University, spoke about the future of globalisation.

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The Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy (WRR) is an independent advisory body for the Dutch government.

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27-01-2014

Making Romanian and Bulgarian Migration Work in The Netherlands

Now that the Dutch labour market has been thrown open to Romanian and Bulgarian workers, the justifiable concerns that have arisen concerning European labour migation need to be addressed, as do the untapped opportunities

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