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    DutchbuzZ Podcast: 15 April 2014

    DutchbuzZ turns its attention to environmental matters in The Hague Is The Hague s International Criminal Court s ban on whaling by Japan effective We look at Earth Day and a festival that celebrates nature We pay tribute to Father Frans van der Lugt the Jesuit priest originally from The Hague who […]

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    DutchbuzZ Podcast: 8 April 2014

    In this week s programme Being in the Netherlands without proper papers is no longer a criminal offence DutchbuzZ visits a community of asylum seekers in The Hague Are you feeling lonely here in The Hague We find out what you can do about it DutchbuzZ visits a popular culinary fair and talks to […]

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    DutchbuzZ Podcast: 1 April 2014

    In this week s programme We re not shaping up well when it comes to our perceived health in The Hague DutchbuzZ takes a look at a recent public health survey The UN s International Court of Justice in The Hague rules that the Japanese must halt their whaling programme in the Antarctic We find out […]

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    DutchbuzZ Podcast: 25 March 2014

    In this week s programme President Obama says The Hague has done an flawless job of hosting the Nuclear Security Summit The Hague s Gemeente Museum enjoys a presidential visit Our art historian Wendy Fossen was on the spot to find out more about it What was on the menu for the thousands of visiting […]

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    DutchbuzZ Podcast: 18 March 2014

    In this week s programme World attention focuses on The Hague as it prepares for the Nuclear Security Summit We find out why it s important for the international community to take part in the local council elections Why are so many trees being felled in The Hague We put the question to the city s […]

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    DutchbuzZ Podcast: 11 March 2014

    In this week s programme Effective integration is one of the key election issues for internationals living in The Hague and many of them will be voting in the local council elections on March 19 How good is the quality of your professional life as an international in The Hague DutchbuzZ asks an […]

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    DutchbuzZ Podcast: 4 March 2014

    In this week s programme The Hague prepares itself for the most prestigious event it has ever hosted the Nuclear Security Summit set to start in three weeks time The city s political parties are eager to win the expat vote in the Local Council Elections on March 19 The City Pier City Run draws a […]

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    DutchbuzZ Podcast: 25 February 2014

    In this week s programme 25 Feb 2014 A number of political parties in The Hague are vying for the expat vote in the upcoming local council elections DutchbuzZ speaks to three expat election candidates Last year s art heist at the Kunsthall in Rotterdam and the recently released movie The Monuments […]

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    DutchbuzZ Podcast: 18 February 2014

    In this week s programme The International Criminal Court does ground breaking work when it comes to putting an end to impunity for the perpetrators of crimes against humanity but how many of us know what s going on in these courts DutchbuzZ visits the ICC and speaks to some of its legal experts […]

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    DutchbuzZ Podcast: 11 February 2014

    In this week s programme The Wildlife Justice Commission to be set up in The Hague this year aims to bring international rhino horn and ivory poaching and trading syndicates to justice Drones usually used for military purposes are being used in the battle to save the rhino from extinction We talk […]

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