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Thu 17 Oct
Man staat bij een bestelbus

Film & Debate: Sorry we missed you

The British film 'Sorry we missed you' tells the story of the Turner family, that has been struggling financially. Father Ricky decides to buy a van and work as a delivery driver, but the pressure remains. After the film, a debate will take place.

 

Mon 25 Nov
From left to right: Ms Angela MERKEL, German Federal Chancellor; Mr Emmanuel MACRON, President of France.

Haagsch College: Cafe Europe

Do Germany and France still determine the course in Brussels? Or have Poland and Hungary become more influential? And how have the powerrelations changed within the EU after the European elections and in times of Brexit?

 

Politics Cafe: Algemene Politieke Nabeschouwingen

This Politics Cafe was focused on the Algemene Politieke Nabeschouwingen, the debate about the budget plans of the government. How did parties prepare for it, and who can be considered the 'winner' of the debate?

 

Prinsjesfestival

During the annual Prinsjesfestival in The Hague, several activities took place to celebrate democracy. The theme of this year was representation in Dutch politics. To what extent is it a reflection of society?

 

Book presentation: Wilders gewogen

On Wednesday September 11th, Gerrit Voerman and Koen Vossen presented their book about Geert Wilders and the PVV. How did the party and the electorate evolve? And what does the future of the PVV look like?

 

Thu 17 Oct
Man staat bij een bestelbus

Film & Debate: Sorry we missed you

The British film 'Sorry we missed you' tells the story of the Turner family, that has been struggling financially. Father Ricky decides to buy a van and work as a delivery driver, but the pressure remains. After the film, a debate will take place.

 

Mon 25 Nov
From left to right: Ms Angela MERKEL, German Federal Chancellor; Mr Emmanuel MACRON, President of France.

Haagsch College: Cafe Europe

Do Germany and France still determine the course in Brussels? Or have Poland and Hungary become more influential? And how have the powerrelations changed within the EU after the European elections and in times of Brexit?