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Centre for Parliamentary History

The Centre for Parliamentary History (CPG) conducts academic research and publishes the parliamentary history of the Netherlands after 1945. In addition, the CPG provides education in parliamentary history and frequently speaks to the press about the background of current political issues.

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Ruud Lubbers spreekt de Tweede Kamer toe

Biography Ruud Lubbers (1939-2018)

Ruud Lubbers (1939-2018) was the longest-serving prime minister to date and, moreover, was so during a crucial period in the Netherlands. CPG researchers are now writing a critical, scholarly biography based on new insights.

Demonstratie van het landelijk WAO Comité op het Binnenhof, 1982

Parliamentary History Series: Politics during the Lubbers cabinets (1982-1994)

In 2023, the CPG began a new research project on politics in the long 1980s and during the Lubbers cabinets (1982-1994) that will result in a new volume (volume 11) of the Parliamentary History Series.

Events

Meeting research group 'The Eighties' with Bart Stol

Inaugural lecture prof. dr. Ronald Kroeze

Presentation Jaarboek Parlementaire Geschiedenis 2024

Contact

Do you have questions about the research we do or have done, our teaching or what we can do for you? We are happy to help.

Visiting address

Center for Parliamentary History
Erasmusplein 1
6525 HT Nijmegen

Postal address

Center for Parliamentary History
Postbus 9103
6500 HD Nijmegen

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