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Prince Claus Award honoured Tonga

The Dowager Lady Tunakaimanu Fielakepa at Langafonua Womens Centre Nukualofa, Tonga 2020-© Photographi by Mary Lyn Fonua. Monday, 28 December 2020, Nuku'alofa, Kingdom of Tonga: The Prince...

XX Prince Claus Awards 2016

15 December 2016, Royal Palace Amsterdam: HRH Prince Constantijn of the Netherlands, Honorary Chair  of the Prince Claus Fund, presented six Prince Claus Awards...

2015 Principal Prince Claus Award goes to Newsha Tavakolian

On 2 December 2015, HRH Prince Constantijn of the Netherlands presented the Principal Prince Claus Award to Iranian photographer Newsha Tavakolian. The Prince Claus...

Joumana El Zein Khoury turning a page

The World Press Photo Foundation announced that Joumana El Zein Khoury has been appointed in the capacity of Executive Director starting February 2021.  A different world has presented itself...

Henk Pröpper knighted

Monday, 27 April 2020, King's Day, Kingdom of the Netherlands:  Henk Pröpper, former Chair of the Board of the Prince Claus Fund (2013-18) was appointed 'Knight of the...

Thinking Forward Radical in our Time

A statement by Joumana El Zein Khoury, Director of the Prince Claus Fund. Greetings from the Netherlands. It is midwinter here, so our part of the...

Nineveh, The Heart of an Ancient Empire

H.E. Saywan Barzani. Ambassador of Iraq. By Roy Lie A Tjam The names Nineveh and Jonah, are inextricably linked. An impressive exposition on the ancient city...

Nineveh – Heart of an Ancient Empire

Exhibition ‘Nineveh’ in the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities The ancient Assyrian capital in the limelight Nineveh, once the capital of the powerful Assyrian Empire and...

On diplomats during the Holocaust: the case of the Romanian Constantin Karadja

During his career as a diplomat, Constantin Karadja showed great courage and tenacity, evidenced by numerous diplomatic documents. His decisive actions against the persecution of Jews during the Holocaust were not in line with the government he served. His youth, education and the international influences he experienced made him a pan- European with strong humanist and intellectual bias. Human rights took center stage, only then came political and other interests. His scientific activities reflect his versatility and wide orientation.

Europe: “The long march” or “From Berlin to Kremlin”

The (useless) lessons of history By Phd. Dorian Vlădeanu.             For the last more than 500 years, the Russian Empire has been in a continuous war for ......

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