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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 ...
Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency presents background study to WRR Uncertainty and Social Discontent research study
This week saw the publication of the Wonen en gevoelens van onbehagen (Housing and Feelings of Social Discontent) study by the ...
Project group 'Sustainable Health Care' visits France and the United Kingdom
Delegations from the ‘Houdbare Zorg’ (‘Sustainable Helalthcare’) project group went on working visits to Paris and London in ...
Prime Minister Mark Rutte visits The Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy (WRR)
On Thursday 30 January, Prime Minister Rutte paid a visit to the WRR. This was the first of two visits the Prime Minister ...
Science in policy advice
On Tuesday 21 January 2020, Johannes Klumpers gave a lecture to employees and council members of The Netherlands Scientific ...
WRR report 102: Invest in quality of work now
New technology, the growth of flexible working options and a higher workload can greatly affect quality of work. The Netherlands ...
Colloquium on evidence-based policy making
Frans Brom, Council Secretary and Director of the Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy (WRR) was invited to share ...
International conference puts socio-economic health differences in the spotlight
WRR board member Marianne de Visser was one of the keynote speakers at an international conference on socio-economic health ...
The future of the European Union
‘European variations are the key to cooperation’, argued Professor Ernst Hirsch Ballin at the first conference of the BRIDGE ...