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Directory of European and national rules on Web Applications (updated version, 21 May 2008)
edited by the Research Staff of the Italian Senate Library


Projects and Strategies
e-Citizen Charter (e-Citizen Programme)
[“The aim of the Dutch e-Government policy is to improve information exchange, service delivery and interactive participation by introducing a new partnership between citizen and government. This is to be achieved by giving more responsibility and choice to citizens. As far as the Dutch cabinet is concerned, the required empowerment is being supported by ICTs. To help citizens in their new role, the e-Citizen Programme has developed an instrument: the so called e-Citizen Charter”. e-Citizen Charte won the European e-Democracy Award 2007 (Global e-Democracy Forum, Paris, October 2007) and was Finalist of the European e-Government Awards 2007 (Ministerial e-Government Conference, Lisbon, September 2007). The e-Citizen Programme ( has been closed on 31 December 2007. The e-Citizen Charter, the WebAward and the Citizen’s Panel are continued by Citizenlink (Burgerlink), which also runs the Quality Charter project. More information: ]


Cultuurbeleid in Nederland
(Cultural Policy in the Netherlands)
[Annual Report]
Executive summary, January 2007
2006 Edition

Vladimír Bína
Cultural Participation in the Netherlands
Paper contributed to the International Symposium on Cultural Statistics. Montreal: UNESCO

Culture as Confrontation. Cultural Policy 2001-2004. Summary of documents comprising the present cultural policy
Zoetermeer: Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, 2002. 
[Publication related to Duch cultural policy priorities from 2000 to 2004. Among the main themes, e-culture and the different aspects concerning enterprises and cultural promotion]

Commissariaat voor de Media (Dutch Media Authority) National Reports
[on the media sector in the Country]


Staatsblad van het Koninkrijk der Nederlanden [Bulletin of acts, orders and decrees], 21 Nov 1813- . ‘s Gravenhage [etc.]: Staatsdrukkerij en Uitgeverijbedrijf [etc.], 1813-
[see also: 1813-1815, Staatsblad der Nederlanden].

Tractatenblad van het Koninkrijk der Nederlanden, 1951- . ‘s Gravenhage [etc.]: Staatsdrukkerij en Uitgeverijbedrijf [etc.], 1951-
[until 1951 see also Staatsblad]

Nederlandse staatcourant, 1 Jan 1813- . ‘s Gravenhage [etc.]: Staatsdrukkerij en Uitgeverijbedrijf [etc.], 1814-

Systematisch register op Staatsblad en Staatcourant [Subject index to the Bulletin of acts, orders and decrees and the Government gazette], edited by H. A. van Zijl, 1973- . The Hague: Vuga, 1973-
[continues: ]
Zaaksgewijze klapper op het Staatsblad.

Web Sources

Het koninklijk huis in beeld (Dutch Royal House) [English version]

Het Parlement (Parliament)

Eesrste Kamer der Staten Generaal (Senate)

Tweede Kamer der Staten Generaal (House of Representatives)

Regering (Government Portal) [English version]

Overheid > Officiële Publicaties (Istitutional Portal with database of official publications)

[Parliamentary Acts database]

Onafhankelijke Post en Telecommunicatie Autoriteit – OPTA (Authority for Telecommunications)

Adviesraad voor het Wetenschaps- en Technologiebeleid (Advisory Council for Science and Technology Policy-AWT) [English version]

Ministerie van Onderwijs, Cultuur, Wetenschan (Ministry of Education, Culture and Science) [English version]

Raad voor Cultuur (Council for Culture)

Commissariaat voor de Media (Dutch Media Authority) [English version]

Boekmanstichting (Boekman Foundation. Study centre for arts, culture and related policy) [English version]

Many thanks to Nico Bal, ECPRD Correspondent - House of Representatives, The Netherlands.






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