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A week before the nuclear security summit and as part of the release of a special edition of The Hague Governance Quarterly (THGQ), we will hold a special Inspirationlab about ‘Disarmament and Terrorism’.
On Sunday 23 March Campus The Hague’s Centre for Innovation is organising a Pop-up Security Studio in the Raadzaal in City Hall in The Hague.
On Monday 24 and Tuesday 25 March the Nuclear Security Summit will take place in the World Forum in The Hague ( Statenkwartier district). What consequences will this have for the accessibility of the university's premises in Leiden and at Campus The Hague on and around these days?