Locations

Arrival

  • Haags Montessori Lyceum (Nassau Bredastraat 5, The Hague)

Official Opening WEMEP 2016

  • Provincial Government Hall (Zuid Hollandplein 1, The Hague)

Committee & Expert Meetings on Friday

  • The Hague City Hall (Spui 70, The Hague)

Committee Meetings on Saturday

  •  Montesquieu Institute (Lange Voorhout 86, The Hague) [ITRE]
    • The Montesquieu Institute (MI) is a multifunctional centre for comparative parliamentary history and constitutional development in Europe. It supports those involved in fostering and strengthening democracy and aims at serving politicians, civil servants, scientists, journalists, students and those employed by interest groups.The institute, or one of the partners, collaborates with other research centres and institutes in Europe on research and educational programmes that focus on parliamentary history, political culture, and political relations and developments in the EU member states and the European Union.
  • Humanity House (Prinsegracht 8, The Hague) [LIBE I & LIBE II]
    • The Humanity House was founded on 9 December 2010 at the instigation of the Dutch Red Cross. The Humanity House receives support from the City of The Hague and the European Regional Development Fund of the European Commission.The Humanity House is a museum that lets you experience what it’s like to live through a disaster or conflict and explores related themes in temporary exhibitions. The Humanity House also provides a platform, a place of encounter for people, organisations and agencies that deal with humanitarian themes. Moreover, the education programmes explain global problems to children and young adults.
  • ProDemos (Hofweg 1-H, The Hague) [EMPL & AFCO]
    • ProDemos is the ‘House for Democracy and the Rule of Law’. Their job is to help explain the systems that govern democracy and the rule of law, and to show what citizens themselves can do to exert political influence – at municipal, provincial, national and European level.ProDemos collaborates with municipal and provincial authorities, district courts and education institutions. Aided by their educational programmes, facilitators and lesson materials, they provide education on the jurisdiction of the provinces, the procedures in a court case, or on how to become a member of the Municipal Executive.

Intercultural evening “Bonte Avond”

  • Studio Dudok (Hofweg 1a, The Hague)

Meetings on Sunday

  • Haags Montessori Lyceum (Nassau Bredastraat 5, The Hague)

Lobby Session

  •  Parliamentary Society & International Press Centre ‘Nieuwspoort’ (Lange Poten 10, The Hague)

General Assembly

  • Binnenhof Square, The Hague
    • This is where the General Assembly will be held, the old plenary hall of the Dutch National Parliament! Located right next to the new Dutch Parliament buildings and situated at the center of Dutch politics: right at the Binnenhof, next to the Ridderzaal, opposite the office of our Prime Minister and the ministries of general Affairs. If you look carefully, maybe you will spot some Dutch politicians here!