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The WRR addresses the theme of business and society
The WRR has added the project ‘ Business and Society’ to its work programme. A good relationship between business and society is ...
ESAF meeting on scientific advice during the COVID-19 crisis
On Wednesday 24 June 2020, the European Science Advisors Forum (ESAF) organized a virtual meeting in response to the COVID-19 ...
Society needs greater resilience to tackle COVID-19 crisis
The COVID-19 crisis is already having a huge economic, social and political impact. While a great deal of effective action has ...
WRR discusses artificial intelligence with French National Academy of Technologies
WRR researchers Erik Schrijvers and Haroon Sheikh spoke recently with members of the Ethics Committee of the National Academy of ...
The WRR calls for a very cautious and careful approach to the introduction of a coronavirus app
Great caution and care must be exercised when any coronavirus app is introduced. That is the view set out in a position paper by ...
Translation of security report published in Springer series
“An effective Dutch security policy has to respond to the international interdependence of our society,” states the Netherlands ...
National Institute for Public Health and the Environment Expenditure on healthcare will continue to rise until 2060 by an average of 2.8 percent a year
Expenditure on healthcare is expected to continue rising until 2060. Without any policy changes, the costs will increase by an ...
WRR explores possible steps in the wake of COVID-19
The effects of the COVID-19 virus on the Netherlands are far-reaching. Because the complete extermination of the virus is not ...
Digital resilience under pressure
The government has sent its response to the WRR report entitled Voorbereiden op digitale ontwrichting (Preparing for Digital ...
‘European Variations as a Key to Cooperation’ in International Springerseries
The Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy (WRR) and Springer published a new title in the series 'Research for ...